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The importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest

By Oscar Wilde

October 6 – October 13

In Oscar Wilde’s brilliant romantic comedy,  two bachelor buddies, Jack and Algie, have crafted complicated double-lives to escape the doldrums of Victorian London.  Hilarity ensues when these friends both become “Ernest” in their quests for love and truth.

The Three Penny

The Threepenny Opera

  • A Play with Music Based on John Gay’s THE BEGGAR’S OPERA

By Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill

In Collaboration with Elisabeth Hauptmann

English translation by Simon Stephens

November 10 – 18

This landmark musical theatre piece, recently adapted by Simon Stephens (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), The Threepenny Opera inhabits a dark underworld the line between vice and virtue is always shifting. Featuring a sumptuous score with songs such as “Mack the Knife” and vividly drawn anti-heroes, this satirical slap at the hypocrisy of capitalism remains eerily timely nearly 100 years after its debut.

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A lie of the Mind

A Lie of the Mind

By Sam Shepard

November 30 – December 2

General Admission

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Pulitzer-winning Playwright Sam Shepard's A Lie of the Mind is a raw, unfiltered look at the American family. This heartbreaking story examines two desperate families connected by marriage and separated by jealousy, violence, and haunted pasts. 

The Wolves

The Wolves

By Sarah DeLappe

March 1 - 8

In this gripping coming-of-age story, nine soccer team members, "The Wolves," test their endurance in passing drills while navigating the dynamics of ambition, identity, loss, and female friendships. Pulitzer Prize finalist; Lortel, Outer Critics Circle nominations for Best Play/Emerging Playwright; Relentless Award, Sky Cooper New American Play Prize; Susan Smith Blackburn and Yale Prize finalist.

UrineTown, the Musical 

Urinetown, The Musical

Music & Lyrics by Mark HollmannBook & Lyrics by Greg Kotis

April 19 - 27

Join the revolt in a dystopian future where water is worth its weight in gold and one of the most basic human needs is under the control of an evil bureaucracy. Wickedly witty, this Tony award- winning musical satire pokes fun at politics, social irresponsibility, capitalism, and musical theatre itself.