Sept 8 - Oct 29
Jerusalem. The disciples are in disarray. Torn apart by the unthinkable death of their leader, see how twelve ordinary individuals come together to create one of the most powerful movements ever known. A universal story of love that you will never forget!
The Terris Theatre
Oct 13 - Nov 5
Private Jones is inspired by the true story of a deaf soldier in World War I who displays remarkable skill as a sniper while hiding his profound hearing loss. With a dynamic Celtic score, you'll witness how one man’s journey through war becomes all the more treacherous because he - and we - can’t hear what’s coming next.
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Detour informationDue to construction, the East Haddam Swing Bridge will be closed to traffic after the 6:30pm performance on Sundays. You will be able to use the bridge when you come to the show, but may need to take an alternate route home. Click below for maps and directions. For all other performances, the bridge will be open. Learn More
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Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Justice at Goodspeed
Like many of our theatrical colleagues across Connecticut and the nation, Goodspeed Musicals continues its commitment to reckon with the cultural shift taking place following the murder of George Floyd in May 2020, as well as the recent violent attacks on Asian Americans and Pacific-Islanders (AAPI) and members of the BIPOC communities. The clear drive to increase diversity, demonstrate inclusion in more than name, and improve—and in some cases, introduce—equity into our industry and workplace sparked internal mobilization and action within Goodspeed that is ongoing and permanent.
We wanted to share just how Goodspeed’s staff and Board are weaving these inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility (IDEA) strands into our work and how you will see them reflected in our programming and on our stages, and as part of our organization, as well.