The Dallas Summer Musicals have formally released their next season lineup, although several of the shows — Memphis and The Addams Family, for instance — were already common knowledge. The full schedule is:
Bring It On! (Feb. 14–26), a new musical based on the film set in the world of competitive cheerleading.
Million Dollar Quarter (March 6–18), a jukebox musical set on the one day in 1956 when newcomers Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins all recorded in the same studio. Gay singer Levi Kriess won a Tony for his performance.
La Cage aux Folles (April 10–22). The recent Tony-winning revival of the musical about drag queens and alternative families.
Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles (April 24–29) returns.
Memphis (May 15–27), a fictionalized telling of the integration of the radio in 1950s South won multiple Tony Awards, including best score and musical.
Mamma Mia! (May 29–June 3), the uber-gay ABBA musical, returns yet again for a one-week run.
Peter Pan (July 10-22), the children’s classic with a campy sensibility, once again starring Cathy Rigby.
The Addams Family (Oct. 2–21), the current Broadway hit with gay cred, based on the cartoons and movie/TV franchise, will be the State Fair musical next fall. (This year’s State Fair musical, West Side Story, opens in a few weeks.)