ADH Theatricals is dedicated to touring the highest quality drama and live performances from America and Europe to North America and beyond.

ADH Theatricals has a legacy of theatrical production for groundbreaking, high-quality work that draws in diverse audiences and various communities.

ADH Theatricals was founded by Andy Hamingson and established on multiple decades of theatrical production experience.

ADH Theatricals team would be delighted to connect with you to discuss current and upcoming tours, development consulting services, or other projects.

Tours

ADH Theatricals is dedicated to touring the highest quality drama and live performances from America and Europe to North America and beyond.

Click on a show title above to learn more.

A Marvelous Order

A multimedia opera about Robert Moses, Jane Jacobs and their battle over the future of New York City  

 

Music by Judd Greenstein 
Libretto by Tracy K. Smith, US Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner 
Multi-channel Animation by Joshua Frankel 


The opera, in two acts, both celebrates the city and the qualities that make it alive and livable – what Jacobs called “the ballet of the street”; and frames the story’s conflict, implicitly, as a love triangle in which Moses and Jacobs vie for the affections of the city.  

Through music, poetry, dance and animation, the opera treats titanic figures as human beings driven by emotions.  

A MARVELOUS ORDER pushes traditional opera boundaries by complicating its usual composer-led hierarchy. It forgoes the common constraints of opera such as the “bel canto”; It employs amplification, places multi-channel animation throughout, embeds pre-recorded vocalists in animation; and it inverts the female-heroine-victim trope (too common in opera) with Jane Jacobs. It is a visual and literary marvel, treating text, animation and music as equals in the telling of the story.   

The production is expected to premiere in 2020 at a venue soon to be announced. It is also under consideration by multiple international cities -- from Amsterdam to Gothenburg to Chicago -- that recognize the universality of its story.

 
 
 

The Lovely Bones

The North American premiere of a stage adaptation of Alice Sebold’s bestselling novel: The Lovely Bones. 

Adapted by Bryony Lavery this production is directed by Melly Still, produced in the UK by the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Royal & Derngate, Northampton and Northern Stage co-production in association with Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse.

The Lovely Bones is a unique coming-of-age tale that captured the hearts of readers throughout the world. With a talented cast, incredible set design and a soundtrack combining 70's favourites with original music, this wonderfully creative production brings her vision to life in an exciting, emotional and uplifting theatrical experience.

Please note this show contains adult themes.

Churchill

Prepare to meet Winston Churchill.  The former British Prime Minister made his mark in history as a Nobel Prize winner, respected politician, and one of the greatest leaders the world has ever seen.  But in March of 1946, he has just lost an election, is in forced retirement, and everything he has just fought for is threatening to slip through his fingers. When he receives an invitation from United States President Harry S. Truman to speak in Fulton, Missouri, he rediscovers his strength in a speech that impacts the world forever. Ron Keaton brings Winston Churchill to life in a provocative, heart-warming, and hilarious tour de force performance that reveals the man behind the legend.

 

The Tricky Part

Martin Moran’s OBIE Award-winning solo masterpiece (Two Drama Desk nominations, including Best Play), directed by Seth Barrish. The Tricky Part is one of the most heralded one-man plays in recent memory. Here’s a rare opportunity to experience this extraordinary, often funny, and always surprising journey through the complexities of Catholicism, desire and human trespass.

 

Productions

ADH Theatricals has a legacy of theatrical production for groundbreaking, high-quality work that draws in diverse audiences and various communities.

Click on a show title above to learn more.

The Woman in Black

The first US National tour of the West End Production of The Woman in Black.

Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story comes dramatically alive in Stephen Mallatratt’s ingenious stage adaptation. Now entering its 30th year in the West End, Robin Herford’s gripping production is a brilliantly successful study in atmosphere, illusion and controlled horror.

Critically acclaimed tour with stops at the Royal George Theater in Chicago, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Cleveland Play House, and the Pasadena Playhouse.

 
 

An Inspector Calls

Stephen Daldry’s record breaking and multi-award winning production for the National Theatre of An Inspector Calls returns after a sell-out London season and American tour.

Daldry’s visionary, radical, challenging version of JB Priestley’s classic thriller, hailed as the theatrical event of its generation, has been seen by more than 4 million people worldwide.

Critically acclaimed tour with stops at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC; The Wallis Annenberg Center in Los Angeles; Chicago Shakespeare Theatre; and ArtsEmerson in Boston.

 

Private Peaceful

From the celebrated author of War Horse comes the story of Private Peaceful. Tonight, more than any other night, Private "Tommo" Peaceful must stay awake and remember everything.

The Irish Times Best Actor Nominee, Shane O'Regan, stars as Tommo Peaceful, in this funny, moving, not-to-be missed adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's celebrated novel.

Critically acclaimed tour with stops in New York, Chicago, Austin TX, and other major venues.

 

About

Andy Hamingson | Founder, Producer

Andy was the first ever Executive Director of St. Ann’s Warehouse from February 2012 to February 2016 where his responsibilities included overseeing the company’s relocation to its permanent home in the historic Tobacco Warehouse and the $31.5 million capital campaign.  Prior to St. Ann’s Andy was the Executive Director of the Public Theater.  While at The Public, Hair won the 2009 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical. Before joining The Public, Andy served as Atlantic Theater Company’s Managing Director from 2004. ATC’s world premiere of Spring Awakening transferred to Broadway and won 8 Tony Awards including Best New Musical in 2007.  Prior to the Atlantic, he worked at the Manhattan Theatre Club for 12 years, the last five as Director of Development, culminating in the raising of $40 million to renovate and restore the historic Biltmore  (now the Samuel J. Friedman) Theater.  He is a Trustee of 59E59 Theatres, Dance Heginbotham, EnGarde Arts, and Building for the Arts.  Andy has been a Faculty Advisor and Visiting Professor in the Theater Management Program of the Yale School of Drama since 1995.