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
The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek
by Naomi Wallace
directed by Saskia Bakker
Thursday, July 5–Sunday, July 7
Wednesday, July 10–Sunday, July 14
Wednesday, July 17–Saturday, July 20
The Last Five Years
by Jason Robert Brown
directed by Chelsea Collier
Thursday, August 1–Sunday, August 4
Wednesday, August 7–Sunday, August 11
Wednesday, August 14–Saturday, August 17
Stupid F**king Bird
by Aaron Posner
directed by Kay Bohannon Holley
Thursday, April 18–Sunday, April 21
Wednesday, April 24–Sunday, April 28
Wednesday, May 1–Saturday, May 4
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.
$15 regular admission
All shows $10 for students & seniors
$10 for everyone on the first Friday performance
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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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Make a reservation by calling Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006.
How much do tickets cost?
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.