2017-2018 Season

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World Premiere Mainstage Production

Big Red Sun

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by John Jiler & Georgia Stitt
directed by Megan Nicole O’Brien
musically directed by Dan Kazemi
May 31st – June 17th, 2018
Playing at Christ Church Neighborhood House

For our 2017-2018 MainStage Production, 11th Hour presents the World Premiere of Big Red Sun! This exciting new musical centers on a young musician named Harry Daimler and his search for a father he never knew. As he begins to uncover his father’s story, it leads him on an emotional journey of self-discovery. With a beautiful score which weaves from Klezmer, through 1940’s swing, to 1960’s jazz and then on to rock and roll, Big Red Sun illustrates that in order to know who you truly are, you must first understand where you came from.

Next Step Concert Series

The Next Step Concert Series is intimate, spontaneous and inventive – everything you love about 11th Hour. New and seldom seen musicals are stripped down to their very essence…good storytelling and incredible music. This season we are bringing you three iconic musicals including the first Rock musical the hit Broadway, one of Sondheim’s most sophisticated and beautiful works and a Broadway showstopper about one of literature’s most iconic female characters!



book & lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni
music by Galt MacDermot
directed by Steve Pacek
October 13-15, 2017
Playing at The Drake Theater

11th Hour celebrates the 50th Anniversary of The Original American Rock Musical! Opening Off-Broadway in October 1967, HAIR broke all the rules and laid the groundwork for a new style of musical theater. Exploring issues of identity, community and global responsibility, HAIR remains as relevant today as it ever was and illustrates that by speaking out for what you believe, you truly can change the world.



music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
book by George Furth
directed by Matthew Decker
December 1-3, 2017
Playing at The Drake Theater

On the eve of his 35th Birthday, Bobby, a self-proclaimed bachelor for life, is facing a crisis. His bachelor days have quickly started to lose their excitement and the idea of always being alone has crept in. One of Sondheim’s most sophisticated and honest musicals, Company examines both the beauty and challenges that come from making a lifelong commitment to the person you love.


Jane Eyre

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music and lyrics by Paul Gordon
book and additional lyrics by John Caird
directed by Kate Galvin
March 9-11, 2018
Playing at The Drake Theater

With a haunting, Tony-nominated score, this thrilling musical adaptation of Charlotte Bronte’s classic novel brings this iconic heroine’s story vividly to life. Orphaned in childhood, Jane Eyre struggles to find her place in the world as a fiercely independent woman trapped by the strictures of class. Jane’s indomitable spirit will touch audience members who know what it means to risk everything for love and for liberty.

The Spotlight Series

Designed to put Philadelphia’s favorite musical theatre performers front and center, The Spotlight Series features unforgettable, one-night-only concerts in an intimate setting. Spend a social evening with your friends at 11th Hour, order some excellent food and drinks, and get treated to a cabaret unlike anything else in town!


Jawbone Junction Re-United!

February 11, 2018
Playing Upstairs at World Cafe Live

Jawbone Junction, featuring Jake Blouch, Damon Bonetti, Tabitha Allen, Charlie Delmarcelle and Steve Gundelunas, first made a splash at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival in 2012. Now they are getting the band back together for what is sure to be a wild and hilarious night! Rock legends of the Arkansas Delta for the past few decades, Jawbone Junction has been described by musicologists as “Quintessentially American…like hamburgers with donuts for buns.” You won’t want to miss the sizzling guitar riffs, sailing high notes, and general lack of propriety Jawbone Junction has to offer.


Steve Pacek’s “Untitled Concert #5”

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Conceived by Steve Pacek
March 18, 2018
Playing Upstairs at World Cafe Live
Join 11th Hour co-founder Steve Pacek as he takes the stage to share a journey of love, loss and celebration. A follow up to his 2010 Fringe hit, Untitled Project #213, Steve will share his heart with you through a beautiful night of song and stories as he turns the spotlight back on a very special person whose light went out far too soon.

This cabaret dedicated in loving memory of Jorge E. Maldonado, an original member of the 11th Hour family.


Backwards And In Heels!

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directed by Megan Nicole O’Brien
April 22, 2018
Playing Upstairs at World Cafe Live
“Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did, but she did it backwards…and in high heels!” – We’re turning the spotlight on two of 11th Hour’s most beloved female powerhouses, Alex Keiper and Cara Noel Antosca, to tell the extraordinary story of women throughout musical theatre history. Featuring the unique perspectives and “blow-you-away” vocals that Alex and Cara bring to the stage, this cabaret is sure to be both an eye-opening and jaw-dropping experience! Co-conceived with 11th Hour co-founder and resident director, Megan Nicole O’Brien.

Philly Rocks Horsham

Doors open at 6:30pm
Concert begins at 8pm
Hatboro-Horsham High School Auditorium

11th Hour will be bringing our Philly Rocks band out to Horsham for an exciting Veteran’s Day fundraising concert event. Featuring some of Philly’s best performers, as well as a group of very talented Hatboro-Horsham grads, 11th Hour will present a night of music to raise money for Hatboro-Horsham grad and Army veteran (Sgt. E 5) Brian Finger. The night will feature music from many of the greatest rock bands of all time including Led Zepplin, Journey, The Beatles, and many more. In addition to 11th Hour’s Philly Rocks concert, there will be a special improv performance by Philadelphia’s longest running comedy show , Comedysportz Philadelphia. The evening will also include a raffle as well as a silent auction. All proceeds from the event will go to Brian and Susan Finger.