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September 13-29, 2013 -
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK
- a comedy by Neil Simon
November 8-24, 2013 -
THE LION IN WINTER
- an historical play by James Goldman
January 10-26, 2014 -
A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC
- a musical by Stephen Sondheim
March 7-23, 2014 -
THE LAST ROMANCE
- a romantic comedy by Joe Dipietro
A story that mixes heartbreak with humor and opera with laughter, ponders the question "Am I too old for romance?" On an ordinary day in a routine life, Ralph takes a different path - one that leads him to an unexpected second chance at love. As he attempts to woo the elegant, but distant, Carol, Ralph embarks on the trip of a lifetime, and regains a happiness that seemed all but lost.
May 9-25, 2014 -
MURDER BY THE BOOK
- a British mystery by Duncan Greenwood and Robert King
This inventive British thriller unfolds with a series of macabre twists and countless red herrings. A mystery writer indulges in vitriolic, yet witty word duels with his estranged wife - punctuated by a gunshot. An amateur detective from the next flat attempts to solve the murder before calling the police. More deadly games are in store when the tables are turned more than once.
July 11-27, 2014 -
SEEING STARS IN DIXIE
- a comedy-drama by Ron Osborne
It's 1956 and Hollywood has arrived in Natchez, Mississippi, to film Raintree County. The locals gather in Clemmie's Tea Room to keep up with the gossip. Competition for a small role in the movie brings out the best and worst of these memorable characters. Twists, turns and revelations lead Clemmie to trade a moment of fame for love and the chance to impact the lives of people dear to her.
September 12-28, 2014 -
TAKING MY TURN
- a musical Conceived and Adapted by Robert H. Livingston
- Music by Garry William Friedman, Lyrics by Will Holt
Taking My Turn is the award-winning, critically acclaimed musical by
the same team that collaborated on the hit show The Me Nobody Knows. Taking My Turn was one of the first musicals to deal with aging. The
spoken words were collected from interviews with people "in their
prime," which became the basis for the non-linear book.
Winner! 1984 Outer Critic's Circle Award for Best Lyrics/Music
Nominee! Drama Desk Award for Best Musical
November 7-23, 2014 -
IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?
- a comedy by Lennox Robinson
A traveling repertory troupe comes to a small village in Ireland and
after a week or so of Ibsen, Chekhov, and Strindberg, the town is
driven mad. Is Life Worth Living? is a gloriously goofy satire that
imagines the undesirable effects a steady diet of serious drama might
have on the amiable residents of the provincial seaside town of Inish.
Lennox Robinson's pointed and charming comedy was originally produced
in 1933 and successfully revived in 2009 by New York's Mint Theatre
January 9-25, 2015 -
THE GLASS MENAGERIE
- a drama by Tennessee Williams
In Tennessee Williams' shattering classic, an aging Southern Belle
longs for her youth and dreams of a better life for her children. Her
restless son Tom - a would-be poet and the story's narrator - gets
swept up in his mother's funny and heartbreaking schemes to find his
painfully shy sister, Laura, a husband. The Glass Menagerie is
considered to be one of the most beautiful dramas in American theatre.
March 6-22, 2015 -
TUNA DOES VEGAS
- a comedy by Ed Howard, Joe Sears and Jaston Williams
Tuna Does Vegas re-unites the lovable and eccentric characters from
the "third smallest town in Texas" as they take a rambling romp in Sin
City. The hilarity begins when oddball-conservative radio host Arles
Struvie announces on air that he and his wife Bertha Bumiller are
heading to Vegas to renew their wedding vows...but everyone in Tuna,
Texas goes along for the ride! Danny Davies and Wayne Wright return as
all of your favorite characters from the award-winning Greater Tuna
productions, plus some new characters too!
May 8-24, 2015 -
TWELVE ANGRY JURORS
- a thriller by Reginald Rose, adapted by Sherman L. Sergel
A 19-year old man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his
father. "He doesn't stand a chance," mutters the guard as the 12
jurors are taken into the bleak jury room. It looks like an open-and-
shut case - until one of the jurors begins opening the others' eyes to
the facts. One of the jurors says, "We should not make it a personal
thing." But personal it does become, with each juror revealing his or
her own character as the various testimonies are re-examined, the
murder is re-enacted, and a new murder threat is born before their eyes!
July 10-26, 2015 -
- a comedy by William Inge
In the middle of a howling snowstorm, a bus out of Kansas City pulls
up at a cheerful roadside diner. All roads are blocked, and four or
five weary travelers are going to have to hole up until morning.
Cherie, a nightclub chanteuse in a sparkling gown and a seedy fur-
trimmed jacket, is the passenger with the most to worry about. A
belligerent cowhand is right behind her, ready to sling her over his
shoulder and carry her, alive and kicking, all the way to Montana.
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