An 856-seat state-of-the-art proscenium performance space, the Albert Ivar Goodman Theatre is home to large scale musicals (The Jungle Book, War Paint, Brigadoon) as well as intimate productions (Gloria, We’re Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time) and classic dramas (The Iceman Cometh, Two Trains Running). Comparable in scale to many Broadway houses, “the Albert” features main floor, balcony and box seating, and offers excellent vantage points of the stage from anywhere in the house.
The theater is named in honor of trustee Albert Goodman, who, along with his mother, Edith-Marie Appleton, made it possible to build the new Goodman Theatre.
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2019/2020 Season in the Albert Theatre
By Theresa Rebeck
Directed by Donna Feore
Sept 14 - Oct 20, 2019
Laced with forbidden romance and backstage gossip, this rollicking comedy about leading lady Sarah Bernhardt is “so clever it uplifts, so timely it hurts” (The New York Times).
By Lisa Loomer
Directed by Vanessa Stalling
Jan 18 - Feb 23, 2020
Meet the complex young women behind the case of Roe v. Wade in this “remarkably fitting parable for the present women’s resistance” (The New Yorker).
By Brian Friel
Directed by Robert Falls
Mar 7 - Apr 12, 2020
The unexpected consequences of a modern medical miracle come to light in this “astonishing meditation on hope, change and despair” (The New York Times).
By José Cruz González
Directed by Henry Godinez
Apr 25 - May 31, 2020
Familia, amor and tradición—and breaking it—are at the heart of this “big-hearted musical tug at the heartstrings” (Denver Post).
Based on the novel by S.E. Hinton and Francis Ford Coppola’s Motion Picture, Book by Adam Rapp, Music and Lyrics by Jamestown Revival (Zach Chance and Jonathan Clay) & Justin Levine, Music Supervision, Arrangements and Orchestrations by Justin Levine, Choreographed by Lorin Latarro, Directed by Liesl Tommy
Jun 19 - Aug 2, 2020
The story that defined a generation is retold in a groundbreaking new musical—adapted from S.E. Hinton’s seminal book and Francis Ford Coppola’s blockbuster film—for a new generation.