Three Tall Women
by Edward Albee
September 23 - October 8, 2011
Edward Albee’s Pulitzer Prize winning play is one of his most personal. Based on the playwright’s strained relationship with his adoptive mother, the play examines the meaning of a woman’s life from the perspective of three women of different generations. THREE TALL WOMEN centers on the ruminations of a 90+ year old protagonist whose life is portrayed with searing honesty, caustic wit and compassion.
by Jonathan Larson
(In cooperation with Four Seasons Theatre)
December 2 - December 18, 2011
Rent is a rock opera with music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson based on Giacomo Puccini's opera La bohème. It tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to survive and create in New York's Lower East Side in the thriving days of Bohemian Alphabet City, under the shadow of HIV/AIDS.
by Steven Dietz
February 24 - March 10, 2012
A stranger walks into a bar.... This is not the beginning of a joke, but the set up of Steven Dietz’s acclaimed dramatic thriller. He sits silently through the comic and convoluted conspiracy theories of one of the tavern’s idiosyncratic regulars. But when the stranger opens his mouth, a young couple who own the place find themselves caught up in what might be the biggest, strangest, and most alarming conspiracy of all. Steven Dietz's acclaimed and already widely produced dramatic thriller is a fierce, funny and ultimately mind-bending work of theatrical power that grips you until the final word. What you don't know can hurt you!
by Bridget Carpenter
May 4 - May 19, 2012
On the best day of his life, Walter Griffin built a flying machine that reached the clouds. Ever since, he's tried to recapture that moment of feeling completely free. His son Mikey dreams of a different path to freedom: getting rich. And his wife Helen just dreams of a husband who will keep his feet on the ground. UP is a quirky, bittersweet tale about an American family trying to escape the boundaries of the everyday by harnessing the power of the imagination. Comic, touching, vividly theatrical, the play will leave you thinking.