by Noel Coward Christopher J. Murphy directs
September 6**, 7, 8, 14, 15, 16*, 21, 22
Coward’s irresistible, semi-autobiographical comedy follows a self-obsessed star in the midst of a titanic mid-life crisis. Freely indulging his considerable appetite for wine, women and sleeping late, the theatre’s favorite leading man suddenly finds himself caught in a never-ending parade of fawning ingénues, estranged wives, adulterous socialites and crazed playwrights. Secret trysts and unexpected twists fly—and then all hell breaks loose!
Shaw Out Loud—The Doctor’s Dilemma
by George Bernard Shaw Thom Hofrichter directs
Oct 4**, 5, 6, 12, 13, 14*, 19, 20
Dr. Ridgeon’s dilemma is two-fold: when there’s not enough medicine to go around, what makes a patient cure-worthy? And, can a doctor remain impartial when he’s fallen in love with that patient’s wife? With Shaw, the ethical sands are always shifting, and the side-splitting banter seems as relevant today as when it was written in 1906. This production will be performed as a staged reading.
Christmas show TBA
[Christmas] November 29**, 30, December 1, 2*, 8, 9***, 15, 16***, 2018
This show is currently still under construction.
by Lucas Hnath Thom Hofrichter directs
January 3**, 4, 5, 11, 12, 13*, 18, 19, 2019
Twenty years ago, Pastor Paul’s church was nothing more that a modest storefront. Now he presides over a membership of thousands, with a church that includes a coffee shop and a swimming-pool sized baptismal font. But on the day the church has paid off its mortgage, Paul is about to preach a sermon that will shake the foundations of his congregation’s beliefs.
by William Shakespeare Ranae Butler directs
February 28**, March 1, 2, 8, 9, 10*, 15, 16, 2019
“If music be the food of love, play on.” Love and revelry and gender identity turn the world topsy-turvy in one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies. Anything can happen when you assemble a cast of the bard’s most memorable characters.
by Richard Strand John O’Connell directs
April 18**,19, 20, 26, 27, 28* May 3, 4, 2019
In the first months of the Civil War an escaped slave shows up at Fort Monroe demanding sanctuary. General Benjamin Butler is faced with an impossible moral dilemma: follow the letter of the law or make a game-changing move that could alter the course of U.S. History. Based on actual events in 1861, this play is clever without being glib, meaningful without being pretentious, and side-splittingly funny. It’s a timeless exploration of social conscience and individual responsibility.