50th Celebration Season Announced

We are delighted to announce our 50th Celebration Season! The lineup includes three brand new productions for the Mac-Haydn and some of musical theatre’s greatest shows.

Our season will once again incorporate three Children’s Theatre productions and our tremendously popular end of season Cabaret.

There will be many other exciting opportunities to see our talented performers throughout the summer so stay tuned for for further updates on those. For now, we hope you will enjoy browsing the Main Stage season for 2018.

Tickets and season subscriptions are now on sale.

And the 2018 lineup is…

Damn Yankees
(May 24th – June 3rd)

America’s favorite past times — baseball and musical theatre! See this classic as you’ve never seen it before and start the 50th season off with a home run.

Damn Yankees

Funny Girl
(June 7th – June 17th)

This classic musical is long overdue for a stop on our stage. Big laughs and big hits with “I’m the Greatest Star,” “Don’t Rain on My Parade” and the always perfect “People.”

Funny Girl

(June 21st – July 1st)

Kander and Ebb at their best, this classic is packed full of smash hit songs, high drama, with plenty of laughs along the way!


Mamma Mia! New Production
(July 5th – July 22nd)

As the most requested show in the history of the Mac-Haydn, Mamma Mia has finally arrived to delight you and leave you dancing in the aisles. Packed with hits and glitz, this mega-hit is sure to leave you feeling out of this world.

Mamma Mia!

The Hunchback of Notre Dame New Production
(July 26th – August 5th)

This stunning retelling of the Victor Hugo classic story features one of the most sweeping scores we have presented. A touching story not to be missed!

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The Wedding Singer New Production
(August 9th – August 19th)

Get ready for big laughs, big dancing, and big hair! The Wedding Singer, based on the hit film, is sure to leave you believing in true love.

The Wedding Singer

(August 23rd – September 2nd)

Just when we need her the most, that eternal optimist is back to teach us to believe in a better tomorrow.

The Wedding Singer