Every Brilliant Thing by Duncan MacMillian with Johnny Donahoe
Directed by Jane Walsh
September 13th-September 30th (8PM,2PM)
Ice cream, rollercoasters, the smell of old books - as a mother battles chronic depression, a child creates a list of everything that makes life worth living. As time passes, the list grows and what began as a naive attempt to deal with tragedy becomes an epic chronicle of life’s small joys. Staged in-the-round,
thistouching, funny and intimate play charts the lengths we will go for those we love.
The Dog/ The Cat by The Dog by Brendan Cowell, The Cat by Lally Katz
October 24th-November 11th (8PM,2PM
Need a laugh? Well look no further. There is a little truth for everyone who has ever been in lovein The Dog/The Cat. If only Alex and Albert could see their divorce through the eyes of their rap-star cat. And it takes Miracle to show Ben and Marcus that, despite their different takes on love, their friendship -- and Jerry Seinfeld -- are worth saving.
Accidental Death of an Anarchist by Dario Fo in a new adaptation by James Sandlin Ashby
Directed by Allegra Libonati
Starring Brett Alters, Jillian Austin, Christopher Brown, Brent Mukai, Annette Houlihan Verdolino & Brian Sloan
January 3rd-February 10th (8PM,2PM)
A man has fallen to his death from a police station window. Did he jump or was he pushed? The cops want a cover up, but first they have to contend with an unlikely detective – a certified lunatic with a knack for impersonation.
Sweat by Lynn Nottage
Directed by Daz Weller
The American Dream has its back up against the wall in this Pulitzer Prize-winning drama. In Reading, PA, there’s talk of union lock-outs, massive lay-offs, and jobs going overseas. As rumors quickly become reality, a group of life-long friends gather at their local bar to joke and blow off steam while struggling to stand together as everything else falls apart. Inspired by true stories, Sweat is a compelling portrait of pride and survival in America.
Satango, music by Stewart D'Arrietta, lyrics and book by Justin Fleming
Directed by Wayne Harrison
Starring Toby Allen and Savanah Smith
Once a millenia the residents of heaven and hell come together to dance the dance of seduction, the tango, at the All-Souls Ball. But what happens when
the master of mischief forgets his moves? Join us as all hell breaks loose when Satan meets Susan in this tour de force for some of the best musical talents in town. When good and evil tango together, it’s more than a dance, it’s a moment of truth.