The first in the Studio Series is announced.
It is "The Marvelous Wonderettes," a new show.
Then it's back to the Mainstage Series with the announcement that "Annie" will be the holiday show in December.
Members of the cast of "Damn Yankees" came out to sing "I Think I'm Gonna Like it Here."
Of course, the other December show is "A Tuna Christmas."
Paul Pierce said 45,000 people have seen this show in the past 10 years.
"You've asked for it, now you get it," said Pierce.
First done in 1988, "Steel Magnolias," will be the January show.
The first show of 2013 is "Yesterday and Today," a Beatles tribute show.
Each show is different because the audience will choose what songs will be played that night
The spring show in the Studio series is "Cotton Patch Gospel," based on the Gospel of Matthew, set in modern-day, rural Georgia.
"Turn it Around" from "Cotton Patch Gospel" is performed by Ron Anderson and the Justice Family Bluegrass Band, which will provide music for the show.