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Signature Features

2021 Mainstage Season

5 Fully Produced Shows. Professionally Filmed in HD. The Next Best Thing to Live.

Purchase a Signature Features subscription to get early access to all of the videos in this series, or purchase each video individually below. Simply Sondheim is currently available to purchase and stream, and the other productions will be released on an ongoing basis throughout the year.

Now Streaming Online

Simply Sondheim

by Stephen Sondheim

February 2 – April 16, 2021

An exclusive Signature Theatre event, produced with special permission from the composer himself. 12 phenomenal singers join a lush 16-piece orchestra for over 30 songs to satisfy every Sondheim craving. Directed and Choreographed by Matthew Gardiner.

Daniel J. Watts' The Jam: Only Child

March 16 – May 7, 2021

2020 Tony Award® nominee Daniel J. Watts (Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) digs through his memory’s attic for a delectable treat bursting with lyricism, dynamic tap dance and heart. Directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz.

Midnight at The Never Get

Book, Music & Lyrics by Mark Sonnenblick

April 30 – June 21, 2021

If life was just a rehearsal for your memory, what moment would you relive? It’s 1965 and cabaret crooner Trevor Copeland is in love – with Arthur, his songwriter – in this smart, funny and slyly subversive Off-Broadway smash hit musical by Mark Sonnenblick with original tunes reminiscent of The Great American Songbook. Directed by Matthew Gardiner.

After Midnight

Conceived by Jack Viertel

Mid-June

With music by Duke Ellington, Harold Arlen, Dorothy Fields and more framed by the poems of Langston Hughes, this exhilarating song and dance extravaganza features 28 of the big band era’s most memorable songs and showcases the gorgeous glamour and sophisticated syncopation of the Harlem heartbeat after midnight. Streaming for After Midnight provided by Broadway on Demand. Directed and Choreographed by Jared Grimes.

Detroit '67

by Dominique Morisseau

Early August

Family disagreements explode as streets erupt in riots in this thought-provoking, resonant play that sizzles to the soundtrack of the 1960s and won playwright Dominique Morisseau the Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama.

The Signature Show

The Best of Signature's Past, Present and Future

The Signature Show is Signature’s free monthly variety show on YouTube, featuring performances by acclaimed artists, interviews, celebrations of new musical voices and tributes to the past, present and future of Signature Theatre.

Catch up on past episodes below, and subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don’t miss an episode.

All episodes of The Signature Show are available for free on YouTube.

The Signature Show: Judy Kuhn, Daniel J. Watts, Girlfriend and more

Four-time Tony Award nominee Judy Kuhn (Broadway’s Fun Home, Signature’s Sycamore Trees) joins Associate Artistic Director Matthew Gardiner for this month’s episode of The Signature Show, as they talk about her incredible career, her childhood in DC, and getting back to live performance. This episode also features a hilarious clip from Daniel J. Watts’ The Jam: Only Child introduced by Tony nominee Daniel J. Watts, Jill Paice and Eleasha Gamble singing “I Know Him So Well” from Chess, a reunion of the cast of the vibrant musical Girlfriend as they perform the title track from the show, and Robbie Schaefer performing “Here Comes the Sun.”

The Signature Show: New Performances and Signature in the Schools

On this episode of The Signature Show, Associate Artistic Director Matthew Gardiner sits down with composer Nolan Williams, Jr. (Grace, Stirring the Waters Across America) to discuss his work and creative process. This episode also features an exciting new dance piece choreographed by Denis Jones (Crazy for You) filmed on NYC’s High Line to “Sh-Boom (Life Could be a Dream),” members of The Black Artist Coalition performing Williams’s stirring song “Selflessness,” and Ashley Spencer (Crazy for You) singing the Gershwins’ timeless classic “Embraceable You.”

The Signature Show: Chita Rivera

On this episode of The Signature Show, Associate Artistic Director Matthew Gardiner interviews Broadway legend Chita Rivera about growing up in DC, stories from her glorious career, and advice for living your best life.

The Signature Show: A Very Special Holiday Episode

Get in the holiday spirit with Maria Rizzo, Tracy Lynn Olivera, Nova Y. Payton, and more talented performers on The Signature Show! This special holiday-themed episode features festive tunes such as “Winter Wonderland,” “The Man with the Bag,” “Oh, Chanukah! Oh, Chanukah,” “Last Christmas,” “My Favorite Things,” “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” and “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”

The Signature Show: 2021 Season Announcement

We are thrilled to announce the plays and musicals in Signature Features, which joins the previously announced Signature Vinyl as part of Signature’s 31st Season. With five fully-staged theatrical performances filmed live and streaming on demand in HD, the best seat in the house is now in your home. Learn more about each of the shows, get a sneak peek of the filming with previews of the first two productions, and enjoy performances from Signature favorites Nova Y. Payton and Mark G. Meadows in our video above.

The Signature Show: Let the Sunshine In

Watch Natascia Diaz and Vincent Kempski perform their stirring “I Don’t Know How to Love Him” from Jesus Christ Superstar, see the cast of our postponed production of Hair sing “Let the Sunshine In,” and get a sneak peek at Signature Vinyl, our streaming cinematic concert.

The Signature Show: A Chorus Line and Sunday in the Park

We’re celebrating 5 Helen Hayes Award wins for A Chorus Line, including Outstanding Musical Production and Outstanding Musical Ensemble. Watch our newest episode to see Outstanding Supporting Performer winners Jeff Gorti and Samantha Gershman talk about their experiences on A Chorus Line, hear songwriting duo Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich discuss their collaborative process, and enjoy a Sunday in the Park with George reunion with Claybourne Elder and Brynn O’Malley.

The Signature Show: Old Favorites, New Music and Fun Backstage

Watch performances of songs from Dreamgirls and La Cage aux Folles, a mini-reunion of the cast of the smash hit Diner, a wig design demo, and Ines Nassara singing her interpretation of a song by R&B singer H.E.R.

The Signature Show: Michael John LaChiusa

Our newest episode of The Signature Show features an interview with acclaimed composer Michael John LaChiusa (Hello Again, Giant), Tracy Lynn Olivera (Assassins) singing LaChiusa’s “He Wanted a Girl,” Awa Sal Secka (Gun & Powder) and Katie Mariko Murray (Grand Hotel) performing their gorgeous version of a famous Judy Garland/Barbra Streisand medley, and more.

The Signature Show: Stage One, Grand Hotel and Les Miserables

The third episode of The Signature Show features memories from Mark G. Meadows, Bobby Smith and Nkrumah Gatling singing a socially-distanced “We’ll Take a Glass,” Felicia Curry reprising her acclaimed “On My Own” from Les Misérables, a student Sondheim performance from Stage One and more. Click the link above for your half-hour virtual theater fix.

The Signature Show: West Side Story, New Music, Hairspray, Sweeney Todd

The second episode of The Signature Show features a moving performance of “I Know Where I’ve Been” from Hairspray, a throwback to our production of West Side Story, a new song by the writers of Gun & Powder, Signature co-founder Donna Migliaccio (Broadway’s War Paint) performing one of our favorite songs from Sweeney Todd, and more.

The Signature Show: The Best of Signature's Past, Present and Future

Catch up with talented artists in The Signature Show, a new half-hour digital experience hosted by Associate Artistic Director Matthew Gardiner. The first episode features special guest artist performances and interviews, favorite memories from Signature’s past, an original music and tap performance, and a tribute to composer Darius Smith with a song from U.G.L.Y., his musical developed in the SigWorks: Musical Theater Lab.