The Taming of the Shrew
by William Shakespeare
directed by Laura Alcantara
Thursday, June 6–Sunday, June 9
Wednesday, June 12–Saturday, June 15*
Wednesday, June 19–Saturday, June 22
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KATHARINA: Mindy Smith
PETRUCHIO: Mathew Green
BAPTISTA: Lincoln Machula
HORTENSIO: Laura Welle
BIANCA: Jordan Needham
GREMIO: Matt Hester
LUCENTIO: Wesley Bennett
TRANIO: Celia Mueller
GRUMIO: Parker Evans
BIONDELLO: Raymond Watson
THE WIDOW: Mary Rose Cottingham
Padua. Then, or maybe now?
Wealthy Baptista has two daughters. The younger, Bianca, is a modest maid, fair and virtuous; the elder, Kate: an "irksome, brawling scold," famous for her vicious tongue. Three suitors compete for Bianca's hand in marriage, but Baptista will have none of them--not until Kate is married and provided for.
So! Who will our three suitors find to tame Padua's notorious Shrew? Enter Petruchio, stage left.
We're taking a fresh look at Shakespeare's classic comedy about patriarchy, romance, and more patriarchy. Prepare yourself for beautiful language, gorgeous fashions, and serious laughs.
The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek
by Naomi Wallace
directed by Saskia Bakker
Friday, July 5–Sunday, July 7
Wednesday, July 10–Sunday, July 14
Wednesday, July 17–Saturday, July 20
PACE: Katarina Blakeslee
DALTON: Gabriel Halstead-Alvarez
GIN: Christine des Garennes
DRAY: David Heckman
CHAS: Kevin Wickart
High atop a railroad trestle that spans a bone dry creek, two teenagers plan to race across the bridge against an oncoming locomotive. At first their scheme adds excitement to life in a small factory town during the Great Depression, then sensual experience awakens dangerous passions in an era of stifled ambitions. With theatrical flourish and lyrical finesse, award-winning playwright Naomi Wallace delves into a world where people struggle to change lives.
The Last Five Years
by Jason Robert Brown
directed by Chelsea Collier
music direction by Chris Huffman
Thursday, August 1–Sunday, August 4
Wednesday, August 7–Sunday, August 11
Wednesday, August 14–Saturday, August 17
CATHY: Jenna Kohn and Mariana Seda
JAMIE: David French and Bryan Goode
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What time does the show start?
Our Sunday matinee starts at 3pm. All other shows begin at 7:30pm.
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Regular ticket prices are $15 for all performances. Senior and student prices are $10 for all performances. The first Friday night of each run is $10 for everyone.