Austin Stole asOtto

Alexa Johnson as Anna

Ella Dolynchuk as ​Ilse

Mara Currens asMartha


Lexi Johnson as Thea

Caleb Michael as Moritz

Marci Lucht (Adult Woman)

Winner of 8 Tony Awards including Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book, this breathtaking story by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater shines with what Entertainment Weekly called, "the most gorgeous Broadway score this decade."  Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood with a poignancy and passion that is illuminating and unforgettable.  In the wake of the powerful message sent by the youth of America in the March for our Lives, there is no better time to remember the power of young idealism and bitter consequences of repression against a generation that is ready to stand-up and speak for itself.  With its hauntingly powerful alt-rock score and electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality, and tragedy, there has never been a better time to be exhilarated by the story of Spring Awakening.  Shoot the Glass Theater is proud to partner with The Lab Theater to bring this musical to life.

Jake McInerney as Hanschen

Matthew Hall as Georg


Spring Awakening ​will be presented at The Lab Theater, September 13th - September 30th.  Directed by StG Artistic Director Ryan Nielson, with Music Direction by Randy Buikema and Jean Orbison Van Heel, and choreography by Jaclyn Juola, our production will feature a nine-piece orchestra and an inspiring cast of young performers.  We hope you will join us for an unforgettable experience.

John Goodrich (Adult Man)

Amanda Mai ​(Swing)

Erica Janey as Wendla

"Exhilarating.  A show that bristles with rawness, vitality and urgency.  Sater's book and lyrics seem to capture from within the uniquely teenage feeling that every emotion is the most tempestuous, frightening, passionate or exciting one ever experienced." 

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Dylan Rugh as Melchior

"Breathtaking.  Sheik's iridescent music and Sater's imagistic lyrics make everyone recall when they, too, were young, unshakably set on radicalizing the world.  It's electrifying." 

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Maxwell Ward as ​Ernst