Summer 2018

June 723, 2018

Buyer & Cellar
by Jonathan Tolins
directed by Thom Schnarre

featuring Coy Wentworth
and Evan Seggebruch (Wednesday June 20 performance)

This play makes storytelling magic, as we hear about the experiences of Alex More, who has a unique, if lonely, job working in the personalized mall in the Malibu cellar of a beloved megastar. Things take a turn when his only customer (the “Funny Lady” herself) visits the basement and befriends her young clerk. It’s a funny and fanciful tale of decadence and isolation in a make-believe universe that only a chosen few are allowed to enter. The Chicago Tribune says the show “is . . . a lot of laugh-out-loud fun.”

July 521, 2018

The Aliens
by Annie Baker
directed by Jace Jamison

Jasper: Jake Fava
KJ: Tommy Howie
Evan: Robert Bradley

The New York Times called this “a gentle and extraordinarily beautiful new play.” The action unfolds in the grubby back lot of a Vermont coffee shop, where two young(ish) guys hang out regularly to hash out the ups and downs of life itself. When a new employee joins them out back, the seemingly sordid pair befriends the impressionable younger guy. Through deeply heartfelt storytelling, song singing, fireworks, and a nip of psilocybin tea, the bond they make will last the rest of their lives. But the summer has to end eventually.

August 218, 2018

Sweat
by Lynn Nottage
directed by Mathew Green

Cynthia -- Evelyn Reynolds
Tracey -- Chris Clevidence Taber
Jessie -- Mindy Smith
Stan -- Matt Hester
Oscar -- Luis Alcantara
Chris -- Cedric Jones
Jason -- Matt Christman
Brucie -- Kvn Tajzea
Evan -- Jace Jamison

The Pulitzer-winning play deals with economic downturn and racial strife in the working-class factory town of Reading, Pennsylvania. The play jumps between the years 2000 and 2008 to tell the story of tensions among friends and coworkers that erupt during a labor struggle. The play has been described as "a powerful and emotional look at identity, race, economy and humanity" and has been compared to the writing of August Wilson and Clifford Odets.

Season 47

Men on Boats
by Jaclyn Backhaus
directed by Latrelle Bright

Performance dates

Thursday, October 4–Sunday, October 7
Wednesday, October 10–Sunday, October 14
Wednesday, October 17–Saturday, October 20

Story

Ten Explorers. Four boats. One Grand Canyon. Men on Boats is the true(ish) history of an 1869 expedition, when a one-armed captain and a crew of insane yet loyal volunteers set out to chart the course of the Colorado River.

Ticket prices

$15 regular admission
All shows $10 for students & seniors
$10 for everyone on the first Friday performance


Hir
by Taylor Mac
directed by Dustin Yocum

Performance dates

Thursday, November 1–Sunday, November 4
Wednesday, November 7–Sunday, November 11
Wednesday, November 14–Saturday, November 17

Ticket prices

$15 regular admission
All shows $10 for students & seniors
$10 for everyone on the first Friday performance


Mamma Mia!
music & lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson
book by Catherine Johnson
directed by Katie Burke

Performance dates

Thursday, November 29–Sunday, December 2
Wednesday, December 5–Sunday, December 9
Wednesday, December 12–Saturday, December 15

Story

On a small Greek island, Sophie dreams of a perfect wedding — one which includes her father giving her away. The problem? Sophie doesn’t know who he is! Her mother Donna, the former lead singer of the 1970s pop group Donna and the Dynamos, refuses to talk about the past, so Sophie decides to take matters into her own hands. Sneaking a peek in her mother’s old diaries, she discovers three possible fathers: Sam, Bill, and Harry. She secretly invites all three to the wedding, convinced that she’ll know her father when she sees him. But when all three turn up, it may not be as clear as she thought!

Told through the legendary music of ABBA, Mamma Mia! has become a worldwide sensation that has audiences everywhere dancing.

Ticket prices

$15 regular admission
All shows $10 for students & seniors
$10 for everyone on the first Friday performance


The Women of Lockerbie
by Deborah Brevoort
directed by Mathew Green

Performance dates

Thursday, January 17–Sunday, January 20
Wednesday, January 23–Sunday, January 27
Wednesday, January 30–Saturday, February 2

Story

On Wed. Dec. 21, 1988, Pan Am Flight 103 exploded in midair as it traveled from London to New York City. The explosion scattered pieces of the plane over 850 square miles of Lockerbie, Scotland, as well as the remains of the 243 passengers and 16 crew members. Twenty-one houses on the ground were destroyed, and 11 people there also lost their lives. 

Deborah Brevoort based her 2003 poetic drama The Women of Lockerbie on the aftermath of the terrorist attack. In the play, which was written with the structure of a Greek tragedy, an American woman whose son died in the bombing discovers a group of Scottish women who are trying to collect the victims' clothing, which had been scattered across Lockerbie. Their plan is to wash and return 11,000 items of clothing to the victims' families as a symbolic gesture, but they find resistance from a U.S. official.

Ticket prices

$15 regular admission
All shows $10 for students & seniors
$10 for everyone on the first Friday performance


A Doll's House, Part 2
by Lucas Hnath
directed by Rick Orr

Performance dates

Thursday, February 21–Sunday, February 24
Wednesday, February 27–Sunday, March 3
Wednesday, March 6–Saturday, March 9

Story

In the final scene of Ibsen's groundbreaking masterwork, Nora Helmer makes the shocking decision to leave her husband and children, and begin a life on her own. The climactic event–when Nora slams the door on everything in her life–instantly propelled the world drama into the modern age. In A Doll's House, Part 2, many years have passed since Nora's exit. Now, there's a knock on that same door. Nora has returned. But why? And what will it mean for those she left behind?

Ticket prices

$15 regular admission
All shows $10 for students & seniors
$10 for everyone on the first Friday performance


Marisol
by Jose Rivera
directed by Jace Jamison

Performance dates

Thursday, March 21–Sunday, March 24
Wednesday, March 27–Sunday, March 31
Wednesday, April 3–Saturday, April 6

Story

New York City, Winter, 1992. Homeless people are being burned in Van Cortland Park, the moon has disappeared from the sky, and natural food has turned to salt. Marisol Perez was just told that her guardian angel has been called to serve the war in Heaven, and can no longer protect her from the universe that's being broken apart by a senile God. Marisol must now face an angry, dying Earth on her own. Through a nightmare journey in the wasted city at the end of the world, Marisol must fight to protect her friend June, while avoiding Junes violently aggressive brother, Lenny. 

Ticket prices

$15 regular admission
All shows $10 for students & seniors
$10 for everyone on the first Friday performance


Stupid F*cking Bird
by Aaron Posner
directed by Kay Bohannon Holley

Performance dates

Thursday, April 18–Sunday, April 21
Wednesday, April 24–Sunday, April 28
Wednesday, May 1–Saturday, May 4

Story

Dev suffers from an unrequited love for Mash, who composes cleverly despairing songs on the ukulele. Mash is desperately in love with Con, a passionate playwright who is deeply in love with Nina, his beautiful, vibrant muse, and childhood friend. Nina returns his love until she becomes entranced by Trig, a literary star who happens to be dating Con’s mother Emma, a successful actress. With a dead bird, a gun, and a little help from the audience, Con might be able to win Nina’s heart again...

In this edgy, funny, and compassionate reboot of Anton Chekhov’s famous The Seagull, Aaron Posner has created a hilarious and moving meditation on love, art, life, and the world we live in.

Ticket prices

$15 regular admission
All shows $10 for students & seniors
$10 for everyone on the first Friday performance


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