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Join FWD Theatre Project on Monday, June 6th, 2016 at Chicago Theater Works for CENTRAL AVENUE BREAKDOWN. At the height of the jazz scene in 1940’s Los Angeles, swing is hot and bop is just around the corner. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS.


A BANNER Season 2 FOR FWD THEATRE PROJECT WITH TWO INCREDIBLE MUSICALS to go!

 

Attention Writers! FWD will welcome submissions for the 2017 Season 3 Festival of Works in Development between July 15th and September 1st. Criteria and detailed directions is on the Dramatists Guild listing site and on our News page. We look forward to receiving and considering your new musical projects beginning July 15th, 2016.

Season 2 kicked off with a star-studded industry launch concert featuring Felicia Fields|  February 8, 2016

A tale of love spans time and miles as two immigrants share fears and hopes on their way to America|   May 9, 2016

450 lucky audience members shared Thalia Hall with Boublil & Schönberg for a powerful world premiere|  September 28, 2015

Jazz inhabits 1930's LA as two brothers vie for the future of music and the heart of one woman|  June 6, 2016

Neurosis brought the house down at Uptown Underground with Steven Strafford & Landree Fleming|  February 29, 2016

A seductress is blackmailed into the fight against Hitler as hearts collide and stakes grow deadly|  August 15, 2016


GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR OF A BRAND NEW MUSICAL IN PROCESS


(FWD is) all good news for a city that badly needs to develop more new musicals with real prospects.
— Chris Jones, The Chicago Tribune
(FWD’s) just-launched venture is sure to imprint itself on the consciousness of anyone who loves new musicals and believes that Chicago, with its extraordinary talent pool of musical theater artists, should become a major force in their discovery, development and delivery.
— Hedy Weiss, The Chicago Sun Times