The Flamingo Kid
May 9 – June 9
Book & Lyrics by Robert L. Freedman
Music by Scott Frankel
Choreography by Denis Jones
Directed by Darko Tresnjak
- Jeeves & Wooster in "Perfect Nonsense"
- Detroit '67
- The Engagement Party
- A Christmas Carol
- Henry V
- Make Believe
- A Lesson from Aloes
- The Age of Innocence
- Murder on the Orient Express
- Feeding the Dragon
- A Christmas Carol (2017)
- A Midsummer Night's Dream
- Our Great Tchaikovsky
- Heartbreak House
- The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey
- Cloud 9
- The Comedy of Errors
- A Christmas Carol
- The Piano Lesson
- Queens for a Year
- Having Our Say
- Romeo & Juliet
- The Body of an American
- A Christmas Carol (2015)
- Rear Window
- An Opening in Time
- Kiss Me, Kate
- The Pianist of Willesden Lane
- Private Lives
- A Christmas Carol (2014)
- Ether Dome
Darko Tresnjak, Robert L. Freedman and Scott Frankel talk about The Flamingo Kid
"It's a very entertaining show and very funny show. But when it's not funny, it does really give you something to care about and to think about. So, you get the best of both worlds. It's very smart entertainment". Watch Video...
Meet Lighting Designer Philip Rosenberg
"Hartford Stage has one of the best Lighting Departments in the country, and I’m always thrilled to be teamed up with this bunch to help get this show off the ground." Read more...
Hartt School Students Hit the Stage
This May, three seniors in the BFA Music Theatre program at the Hartt School at the University of Hartford will perform in the world premiere of the new musical The Flamingo Kid. Read more...
Relive the Magic of the Gala
On April 6, nearly 400 guests traveled back in time to the 1960s to party at The Beach Ball. The 2019 Hartford Stage fundraising gala was inspired by the setting of The Flamingo Kid, and our production department transformed our Scene and Paint Shop into a swanky, mid-century Long Island beach club. Read more...
The Catskills of Connecticut: Remembering the Jewish Summer Retreats
The Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford and the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford have collaborated with Hartford Stage as a community partners during the run of The Flamingo Kid. Read more...
Meet the Staff: Nina Pinchin, Associate Director of Education
"I oversee curricula and teaching artists for the Education Department — I also teach in a myriad of in-school and after-school programs, train and supervise freelance and full-time teaching artists, and work on special ongoing projects like creating arts integration professional development for teachers." Read more...
Short Takes: News from Hartford Stage
A look at our lobby; Flamingo Kid corporate events; Melia Bensussen to direct; The 2019/2020 Season; Farewell apprentices; Anastasia returns; Summer Studio; Breakdancing Shakespeare; Matthew Lopez; Feeding the Dragon; Up next. Read more...