Copyright 2018
As a recent documentary claimed, one of the most important relationships mankind has experienced has been with his “best friend”…the Dog!
In the world premiere of their original musical DOGS, The Sigman Brothers explore the enduring friendship between human beings and their four -legged, furry friends in a production filled with laughter, brilliant songs, amazing costumes and makeup and a collection of canine characters you won’t soon forget.

DOGS takes place in a famous Chicagoland kennel/training facility at Christmas, where 10 pooches are dropped off to be boarded for the holiday. While there, they receive a refresher course on how to better understand and improve their relationships with their human partners. DOGS is an wildly entertaining and poignant story sure to appeal to dog lovers of all ages!


Copyright 2018
RUMPELSTILTSKIN is a fairytale popularly associated with Germany. The tale was one collected by the Brothers Grimm in the 1812 edition of Children's and Household Tales.

According to researchers, the story originated around 4,000 years ago. According to the story, a Miller lies to a King, telling him that his daughter can spin straw into gold. The King calls for the girl, shuts her in a tower room filled with straw and a spinning wheel, and demands she spin the straw into gold by morning or he will cut off her father’s head. When she has given up all hope, an imp-like creature appears in the room and spins the straw into gold in return for her necklace. When next morning the king takes the girl to a larger room filled with straw to repeat the feat, the imp once again spins, in return for the girl's ring. On the third day, when the girl has been taken to an even larger room filled with straw and told by the King that he will marry her if she can fill this room with gold or execute her father if she cannot, the girl has nothing left with which to pay the strange creature. He extracts from her a promise that she will give him her firstborn child and so he spins the straw into gold a final time. The King keeps his promise to marry the Miller's daughter. But when their first child is born, the imp returns to claim his payment. He finally consents to give up his claim to the child if she can guess his name within three days. When the imp comes to the queen on the third day, after first feigning ignorance, she reveals his name, RUMPELSTILTSKIN, and he loses his temper and their bargain.


Copyright 2013

In the nearly 600 years since she was brutally burned at the stake for heresy, there have been thousands of stories, paintings, books, plays and films about the startling life and death of the enigmatic young woman known as Joan of Arc. Now, the Sigman Brothers bring their unique talents to bear on her story and turn a musical magnifying glass on the events that transpired centuries ago.

This is a  groundbreaking new work filled with sweeping music, unforgettable characters and a script that addresses the complex political, religious and social conditions that helped to create and ultimately destroy the Maid of Orleans.


Copyright 2005 / 2012

The Sigman Brothers burst onto the theater scene with the premier of their new and original production of Etude The Musical!

It is the story of Charles Valentin Alkan, a 19th century reclusive musical genius that lived in the mountains of France and possessed a talent so prodigious and rare that leading musicians and artists of the time traveled far and wide to study at his feet. Everything about his life is shrouded in mystery including his "accidental" death in 1888. For you see, he did not die…he lived on into the 20th century as a vampire!

Etude is a musical fairy tale filled with magnificent songs, powerful characters, dark humor, thrilling battles and enough twists to keep you on the edge of your seat till the very end of the show.  It is a lavish production that is sure to set a new standard in musical theater.

The Devil & Whitechapel

Copyright 2012

Set in the bustling and brutal streets of Chicago and London in the late 1800s and against the backdrop of the Columbian Exposition of 1893,The Devil & Whitechapel is a darkly comic musical that tells the story H. H. Holmes, America's first and perhaps most infamous and prolific serial killer…who just might have also been Jack the Ripper! Filled with spectacular and memorable music and brilliantly sophisticated lyrics, and sporting a central character that is part Harold Hill and part Hannibal Lecter, this "Tale of Two Cities" emerges as a scathing indictment of "The American Dream" gone horribly wrong.

The Devil & Whitechapel is destined to redefine musical theater.

Mountain Charley

Copyright 2009 / 2013

"The Sigman Brothers put their considerable talents to the test in this new musical about one of the most fascinating tales of the Old West.

Mountain Charley is the amazing  and true story of an adventurer who mined Pike's Peak, led wagon trains out to the edge of the frontier in California…and just happened to be a mother of three!

Faced with the need to feed her family and track down the man who killed her husband, this remarkable young woman assumes the identity of a man to make her way in the world and see that justice is done. Her story is a message of courage and determination that speaks to us today.

Mountain Charley is an inspiring show for the whole family, told on a grand scale and filled with glorious music and unforgettable characters. You will want to see it again and again."


In this brilliant and highly original work the Sigman Brothers once again push the boundaries of musical theater. Using the actual melodies of composer Robert Schumann's work of the same name, Carnaval masterfully captures  the life of this tortured genius and his descent into madness. This powerful and poignant tale of love and sacrifice will keep you in suspense until the play's shattering climax… which will haunt you forever.


The saga of England’s greatest general, The Duke of Wellington.