Through May 19
Love and Money
In this comedy, a wealthy widow’s plan to donate everything she owns hits a snag when an opportunistic young man appears to claim his inheritance.

Through May 26
Proving that everyone has a dark side, Snow White and her princesses toss off their tiars in this absurdly racy romp that’s anything but Grimm.

Through May 26
Guys and Dolls
Set in 1940s New York, this romantic story features high-rolling gambling men and the womem who love them.

Through June 2
In the Heights
Hope is the reoccuring theme in this Tony Award®-winner with music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Chronicling three days in the lives of its characters, the play is set in New York City’s Latino neighborhood of Washington Heights. The toe-tapping score features hip-hop, salsa, merengue and soul music.

Through June 2
Things I Know to Be True
Can a parent love their children too much? Is it possible to not love them enough? These are questions that hover over Things I Know To Be True, a beautiful and painfully perceptive portrait of a family and the frictions that arise when grown-up children try to push beyond the confines of their loving parents’ expectations.

Through June 9
Broadway Bound
In Neil Simon’s heartwarming biographical play, two brothers are trying to break into the world of comedy writing while coping with their parents crumbling marriage.

Through June 18
The Man with the Pointed Toes
A beautiful and determined schoolteacher aims to teach a bunch of rough-and-tough cowboys how to behave in a civilized world.

Through June 29
Based on the New York City newsboys’ strike of 1899, rebellious Jack Kelly rallies other newsboys to join the fight for fairer wages.

Through June 29
In this comedic thriller a playwrght, suffering from writer’s block, plots to make a student’s brilliant original play his own.

May 18
Sebastian Maniscaico
This stand-up comedian brings his Stay Hungry tour to Comerica Theatre. Audiences are taken by his quick-witted observations of life’s irritations, exaggerated body language and quirky facial expressions.

May 18
Bill Engvall
Known for his membership in the Blue Collar Comedy group and signature “Here’s You Sign” bit, this stand-up comic, actor and writer will appear at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale.

May 22 – June 16
Guy is a singer and songwriter who spends his days fixing vacuums in the Dublin shop he runs with his father, and his nights playing his music in local pubs. He is on the verge of giving up music altogether when he meets a woman who convinces him to believe in the power of his music. This eight-time Tony Award®-winning musical is a spell-binding tale of love and loss, following dreams and walking away.