2008-2009 Season

2008-2009 Season

The Light in the Piazza

This soaring musical whisks you away to Italy for a captivating tale of passion and romance. It’s the summer of 1953, and Margaret Johnson is travelling the Tuscan countryside with her daughter Clara. When a handsome young Florentine captures Clara’s heart, Margaret must decide if she will risk revealing the truth that could threaten her […]

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2008-2009 Season

The Seafarer

Both hilarious and chilling, The Seafarer weaves a mythic tale of the sea, Ireland, and redemption. On Christmas Eve in North Dublin, Sharky Harkin finds himself reluctantly hosting old friends at the dingy house he shares with his brother who has recently gone blind. A lot of booze and card-playing carry the men into Christmas […]

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2008-2009 Season

The New Century

From the author of Jeffrey and The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told comes this hilarious collection of four short plays. A wealthy Jewish matron with at least three gay children, a flamboyant public access TV host and a Midwestern scrapbooker/competitive cake decorator each have their say, then meet, in this outrageous look at where society […]

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2008-2009 Season

Blackbird

Two people who once had a passionate affair meet again fifteen years later in this gripping drama that has left audiences breathless in both London and New York. Guilt, rage and raw emotions run high as the pair recall their relationship and attempt to come to terms with the shattering truth of their abandoned love. […]

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2008-2009 Season

The Wrestling Patient

A World Premiere! This extraordinary new play is based on the true story of Dutch Jewish writer, Etty Hillesum. As WWII engulfs her native Amsterdam, Etty is confronted with a remarkable choice: to hold onto a kind of integrity, or to save her own life. With the help of a charismatic teacher, she enters into […]

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2008-2009 Season

Jerry Springer: the Opera

The only work in history to earn “Best Musical” honors from all the major British award groups, Jerry Springer: The Opera is a fascinating mix of the high art and low culture. Shockingly funny and brilliantly original, the show introduces us to some unusual characters, each desperate for “their Jerry Springer moment.”   Featuring: Michael […]

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