by Kenneth Lonergan
Directed by Patrick Martin
Sept 13, 14, @ 8pm, Sept 15 @ 2pm
Sept 19, 20 @ 8pm, Sept 21 @ 2pm & 8pm, Sept 22 @ 2pm
Sept 26, 27, 28 @ 8pm
Jeff, a young, hapless, and good natured security guard, having recently landed the job in a Manhattan apartment building, hopes to bring some stability into his life.
His involvement with his captain and two neighborhood cops in a murder investigation puts his plans to a serious test. Funny and deeply reflective.
“Lobby Hero is a smoothly plotted crowd pleaser. As in all of Lonergan’s plays, he paints a vivid slice of contemporary life.”
Running time: two and a half hours including 15 minute intermission.
by Agatha Christie
Directed by Yaga Brady
Nov 22, 23 ( 8pm) Nov 24 @ 2pm
Nov 29, 30 @ 2pm, 8pm,Dec 1 @ 2pm
Dec 5,6,7,@ 8pm,Dec 8 @ 2pm
Witness for the Prosecution
A renowned London barrister puts all his legal talents to work to prove a young man’s innocence. Agatha Christie at her best . Taut, suspenseful to the very end with twists and turn throughout.
by Bruce Graham
directed by Jane Toczek
Feb 7,8,@ 8pm,Feb 9 @ 2pm
Feb 13,14,15 @ 8pm,Feb 16@ 2pm
Feb 20,21,22 @ 8pm,Feb 23 @ 2pm
A morality tale and a straight- out thriller, the play is a perceptive commentary on race and class in America. Masterfully written by the renowned area author.
by Dominique Morisseau
directed by Catherine Pappas
April 17,18 @ 8pm,19 @ 2pm
April 23,24,25,@ 8pm 26 @ 2pm
April 30,May 1 2 @ 8pm,May 3 @ 2pm
This is the story of four people who work in a Detroit automobile stamping factory. Their intersecting life stories are all beautifully rendered,full of nuances, complexities, tenderness, and heartbreak.
Winner of the Edgerton Foundation New Play Award (2015) and the Obie Award for Best Play (2016)
by Sarah Ruhl
directed by Jane Jennings
June 12,13 @ 8pm, 14@ 2pm
June 18,19 20 @ 8pm,21 @ 2pm
June 25,26,27,@ 8pm, 28 @ 2pm
In the 1880s, the epoch that launched the miracle of electricity, Dr. Givings, a gentleman and a scientist, invents a device for treating female”hysteria”: the vibrator. Provocative and funny, this play provides excellent insight into the morals of the time.
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