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The Hourglass by W.B. Yeats
September 6, 7 & 8
Yeats' morality tale asks us to reflect on what world we leave behind and what responsibility we have to the next generation.
Lend Me a Tenor by Ken Ludwig
October 18, 19 & 20
A world renown opera singer is nowhere to be found minutes before his big performance so the bumbling Max dons the costume (and persona) of the singer to impress his girlfriend's father.
A Doll's House, part 2 by Lucas Hnath
November 15, 16 & 17
In 1888, Nora walked out on her husband (in a play credited with giving momentum to Women's Suffrage). Fifteen years later she returns in this comic, poignant play about power and relationships. Winner of the 2017 Tony for Best Play.
The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl
January 31, February 1 & 2
Lane hires Matilda to clean her house. Matilda would rather invent the perfect joke. Author Sarah Ruhl blends the mundane with the extraordinary in this deceptively simple piece about love, loss and laughter.
Oliver! book & lyrics by Lionel Bart
March 8 & 9
From 1839 comes the story of an orphan who dared to believe that the world is possible of more. Consider yourself one of us as we present this classic Charles Dickens novel in its 1960s musical version.