100 Years of Broadway

February 15 – 24, 2024

Arranged By Neil Berg
Guest Director Pia Wyatt

Celebrate the history of musical theatre with this revue full of Broadway classics! From Carousel to Cabaret, Gypsy to Grease and Peter Pan to The Phantom of the Opera, get ready to revisit the musical theatre songs you know and love while discovering some new favourites. Discover how the Broadway legacy grew from its roots to the multimillion-dollar powerhouse it remains today, with this collection of timeless musical treasures. 

Like a night of speed-dating for Broadway lovers, this musical revue takes the audience through a century of Broadway in just one fun, crowd-pleasing, magical evening for all ages. 

Neil Berg, Arranger

Pulitzer Prize for Drama recipient Neil Berg has had a long career in theatre as a composer, lyricist, and playwright. He was born in the Bronx, New York City, but grew up further north in Rockland Country, New York.

Having written and/or composed many well-received plays, he produced the hit musical composition ‘100 Years of Broadway’ in 2006, which is now one of the most popular Broadway touring shows of the past decade. He has brought plays from Off-Off-Broadway, to fame at Broadway- a feat many never accomplish.

He also is involved in charitable work, being named the American Red Cross Man of the Year for both 2001 and 2003. Berg is also an avid baseball fan and player, and currently coaches his son’s team.

Pia Wyatt, Guest Director


Pia Wyatt graduated with her BFA in Acting from UVIC in ’92, and her MFA in Directing in ’94. She continued on at UVIC and taught movement and directing while also being the Co-Artistic Director and producer of Steel Horse Productions, an Equity company that produced an original musical in Fort Steele Heritage Town’s Wild Horse Theatre for seven seasons. 

Co-Artistic Director of KIDCO Dance Company in Victoria, B.C., Canada, Wyatt was the Senior Musical Theatre, Jazz and Tap Instructor to a dance troupe that performed throughout the nation. While touring with KIDCO, Wyatt was also the coordinator of Dance Programs at two senior high schools in Victoria, where she was a director and choreographer for their yearly musical.

Upon leaving Victoria. Ms. Wyatt worked in Vancouver in the film and television industry before moving to Louisiana as the Head of Dance at Northwestern State University and is now the Head of Performance and Directing and a Full Professor.  She is the immediate past Chair for Region VI of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival and has most recently worked in Pagosa Springs, Colorado as director and choreographer for a number of summer seasons at Thingamajig Productions.

Her students are performing on Broadway, in tours that extend all over the world, on cruise lines, regional theatres, and a variety of amusement parks. 

“I look forward to breathing new life into each theatrical production, helping create a masterpiece that entices the hearts and minds of the audience. Theatre and Dance provide freedom of expression and the power to communicate, to educate, and to entertain – this outreach is what makes it exciting for me to create theatre.” – Pia Wyatt


Show Dates

In-Person Performances*
Tuesday to Friday evenings at 8pm
Saturday matinees at 2pm



Subscription packages are available now.

Single Tickets for this show are available after Monday, February 5, 2024.

Charge by phone: 250-721-8000
or in person at the Phoenix Box Office
(Ticket purchases are not possible online)

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  • Friday & Saturday Evenings:
    All Seats $32
  • Wednesday, Thursday Evenings & Saturday Matinees:
    All Seats $28
  • Cheap Tuesdays:
    All Seats $17
  • Student Rush Tickets:
    30 minutes before every show: $18
  • UVic Alumni: Saturday Matinees: $25  (with UVic Alumni ONECard)

Please review the current COVID-19 protocols and vaccination requirements for in-person performances.


Performed in the Roger Bishop Theatre

Cast & Creative

Guest Director Pia Wyatt

A full cast and creative team list will be posted this fall.