Broadway at Iroquois

Broadway at Iroquois

Broadway at Iroquois, formerly known as Music Theatre Louisville, is a non-profit organization in Louisville, Kentucky, dedicated to producing, presenting, and developing diverse and affordable entertainment. The company stages several shows during the summer at Iroquois Amphitheater in Iroquois Park. In 2008, the company officially changed its name to "Broadway at Iroquois", banking on the name recognition of its location.

2008 Season

*"Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" June 13-22, 2008
*"Cats" July 11-20, 2008
*"The Wiz" August 8-17, 2008
*"Mame" September 5-14, 2008

2007 Season

*"A Year with Frog and Toad" May 8-18, 2007
*"Hello Dolly!", June 15-24, 2007
*"42nd Street", July 6-15, 2007
*"Disney's High School Musical", August 3-12, 2007
*"Oliver!", September 7-16, 2007

2006 Season

*"Schoolhouse Rock Live!" May 9-20, 2006
*"West Side Story", June 16-25, 2006
*"Anything Goes", July 7-16, 2006
*"Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella", August 4-13, 2006
*"Brigadoon", September 8-17, 2006

2005 Season

*"You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown"
*"Disney's Beauty and the Beast"
*"Seussical the Musical"
*"Jesus Christ Superstar"

For the first time in its history, Music Theatre Louisville produced a daytime show, intended mainly for smaller children, with its limited-run matinee production of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown".

The 2005 Rising Stars Production was Floyd Central High School's production of "Seussical the Musical". Like the previous Rising Stars show, "Seussical" had also been presented at the International Thespian Festival".

2004 Season

*"Peter Pan"
*"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"
*"Crazy For You"

In 2004, Music Theatre Louisville added a unique new feature to their lineup, the Rising Stars Program. Beginning this year, one local high school would be selected to present their production from the previous school year, on the Iroquois Amphitheatre stage, in collaboration with the MTL crew.

For the inaugural Rising Stars Program, MTL selected "Crazy For You", a production of New Albany High School in nearby New Albany, IN. This acclaimed production had also been taken to the International Thespian Festival in Lincoln, Nebraska that same summer.

The production was so successful that the Rising Stars Program became an annual event and a favorite of MTL audiences.

2003 Season

*"The Wizard of Oz"

After more than two years of renovation, Iroquois Amphitheatre reopened to the public in the summer of 2003. The renovation yielded (among other things) a roof over the front section of seating with multiple ceiling fans, new sound and lighting equipment, new concession areas sponsored by local vendors, a bright new show curtain, increased backstage and scene shop space, and comfortable new seats. Music Theatre Louisville marked the occasion with a premiere song-and-dance review in June 2003 before presenting their summer-long production of "The Wizard of Oz".

2001 Season

*"The Fantasticks"
*"Broadway Under the Stars"

Due to the extensive renovation of Iroquois Amphitheatre, Music Theatre Louisville produced a limited season in the summer of 2001, with only one production on a small stage set up adjacent to the amphitheatre. There was no 2002 season.

Music Theatre Louisville also presented an original Broadway Revue show on the temporary stage in 2001, entitled "Broadway Under the Stars"

2000 Season


1999 Season

*"The Music Man"
*"West Side Story"

1998 Season

*"Once Upon a Mattress"

1997 Season

*"The Sound of Music"
*"Two By Two"
*"Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"

1996 Season

*"Bye Bye Birdie"
*"A Chorus Line"

1995 Season

*"The Secret Garden"
*"Little Shop of Horrors"

1994 Season

*"Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella"
*"Anything Goes"

1993 Season

*"South Pacific"
*"Fiddler on the Roof"
*"The Music Man"

1992 Season

*"Hello, Dolly!"
*"Big River"

1991 Season

*"You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown"

1990 Season

For the 1990 season, Music Theatre Louisville moved to the Macauley Theatre (now the Brown Theatre) in downtown Louisville.
*"West Side Story"
*"Little Shop of Horrors"

1989 Season

*"Annie Get Your Gun"
*"The Wizard of Oz"

1988 Season

*"Peter Pan"

1987 Season

*"Pirates of Penzance"

External links

* [ Broadway at Iroquois website]
* [ Iroquois Amphitheater]

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