Robert Goulet is currently starring in South Pacific at the Shubert Theater in New Haven, Connecticut through May 19. For the 2002-2003 Broadway Series, the stage will play also home to other stars like Tony Curtis, Dame Edna, Jeff Conaway, Mackenzie Phillips, Jackie Mason, and Valerie Harper.
The theatre season (subject to change) is as follows:
Television stars Jeff Conaway (from "Taxi") and Mackenzie Phillips (from "One Day at a Time") star in Same Time, Next Year. The two-hander comedy by Bernard Slade will run Sept. 17-22.
- Jackie Mason stars in his new Broadway-bound show Prune Danish Oct. 2 5.
The non-Equity tour of the musical Grease touches down Oct. 8-13.
Dame Edna Everage (aka Barry Humphries) — who has been seen of late on the television show "Ally McBeal" — will spend some quality time with New Haven "possums" in A Night With Dame Edna: The Family Show Oct. 15-20.
The Off-Broadway hit STOMP bangs on the stage Nov. 8-10.
The traditional holiday A Christmas Carol will appease yuletide yearnings as it plays Nov. 29-Dec. 1.
A non-Equity tour of Cabaret plays Dec. 10-15.
The stageshow, Three Mo' Tenors, will play one performance Dec. 21.
A non-Equity production of Cats will play the theater Dec. 26-29.
A limited run of the Annie tour is scheduled for Feb. 18-23, 2003.
Tony Curtis will play in the musical version of the film in which he starred Some Like It Hot, March 11 16, 2003.
Valerie Harper and company will star in the Charles Busch comedy, The Tale of the Allergist's Wife, April 1-6, 2003.
The tour of off-Broadway's I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, plays April 29-May 4, 2003.
Subscriptions are available as well as single tickets for all the shows by calling the Shubert Ticket Office, 247 College Street, in New Haven, CT, at (203) 562-5666 or (888) 736-2663. For more information, visit the website at www.shubert.com.