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Season 37

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Music by Stephen Sondheim, Book by John Weidman

August 25, 2017—September 17, 2017

directed by Shon M. Stacy

If you think American politics is a dangerous place today, then you clearly haven’t met John Wilkes Booth, Lee Harvey Oswald, John Hinckley, Jr., and “Squeaky” Fromme.  This musical follows nine famous Presidential assassins and wannabe assassins as they share a stage and “spill their guts” about what drove them to such dreadful extremes.  (Presented with permission through Music Theater International, Inc.)



A User’s Guide to Hell, Featuring Bernard Madoff

By Lee Blessing

October 20, 2017—November 12, 2017

directed by Ryan Quinn McIntire

For a man who doesn’t believe in Hell, Bernie Madoff sure spends a lot of time there in this new play by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lee Blessing.  A kind of Dante’s Inferno for financial swindlers, this is an incisive and witty look at the proper punishment for white-collared pirates who ruin lives, fortunes, and families.  (Presented with permission through Dramatists Play Service, Inc.)



Jack Goes Boating

By Bob Glaudini

January 12, 2018—February 18, 2018

(No performances 01/25 - 01/28 or 02/08 - 02/11)

directed by Kathy Strouse

This twisted New York romantic comedy looks at the charmingly down-and-out Jack, who is set up on an awkward blind date by his dysfunctional friends, and then devotes his life to learning how to swim so he can take her boating. (Presented with permission through Samuel French, Inc.)



The Little Dog Laughed

By Douglas Carter Beane

March 23, 2018—April 8, 2018

(Dates subject to change)

directed by Christopher Bernhardt

What happens when an old-fashioned comedy of manners gets dropped into modern Hollywood? You get this scintillating exposé about an up and coming macho heartthrob and his high-flying, fast-talking Hollywood agent who has to pull every trick she can imagine to keep her star client from coming out of the closet.  (Presented with permission through Dramatists Play Service, Inc.)



Hand to God

By Robert Askin

June 22, 2018—July 15, 2018

directed by Matthew Friedman

Described as “Sesame Street meets The Exorcist” by The New Yorker, this dark comedy follows the God-fearing children of Cypress, Texas who spend their after-school hours practicing Christian Puppet Ministry at the local church. When one devout young boy discovers that his hand puppet has a life of its own, all hell breaks loose.  Literally.  In this sidesplitting and lightning-paced comedy, a satanic sock puppet named Tyrone shows the children, minister, and school bully who’s really in charge. (Presented with permission through Dramatists Play Service, Inc.)



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