Goodspeed Musicals, founded over 50 years ago in East Haddam, Connecticut, stands as the birthplace of such Broadway musicals as Man of La Mancha, Annie, Shenandoah, and All Shook Up.
Dedicated to developing new works and staging classic revivals, Goodspeed has produced over 250 musicals, including more than 70 world premieres. To date, 21 of its productions have moved on to Broadway. Goodspeed was also the first regional theatre to earn two Tony Awards; the first in 1980 for Outstanding Contributions to the American Musical, which was followed in 1995 with the Regional Theatre Tony Award.
Watch highlights from some of Goodspeed’s recent productions, including revivals of Guys and Dolls, Fiddler on the Roof, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and the recent world premiere of Zack Zadek’s Deathless.