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2014-2015 Season

       The Love of the Nightingale

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By Timberlake Wertenbaker
September 24-28, 2014

Timberlake Wertenbaker spins a dark tangled web in this feminist retelling of an ancient Greek legend. Here an unhappy bride sends a husband to retrieve her sister not knowing he would fall for her charms. Here a sister travels to comfort her beloved sibling so many miles away only to be raped and tortured by a brother-in-law she doesn’t know. What follows turns tragedy into a revenge as the two sisters plot a way to confront King Tereus and gain their wings to fly away.  For the Love of the Nightingale contains mature situations not suitable for young audiences

         The Real Inspector Hound

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By Tom Stoppard
November 12-16, 2014

In this classic whodunit parody, two theatre critics, the overly jealous Moon and the womanizing Birdboot are called in to review a production. What follows is a farcical play within a play as life imitates art and multiple murders unfold. As lies are told, and characters drop like flies, the audiences is asked one question. Who is the real Inspector Hound?


                           Avenue Q  (Photo Gallery)

Music & Lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx  
Book by Jeff Whitty
February 25-March 1, 2015

Winner of the "Triple Crown" Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book, Avenue Q is part flesh, part felt, and packed with heart!  Puppets and people come together in this laugh-out-loud musical, telling the story of a recent college graduate named Princeton who moves into a shabby New York City apartment all the way out on Avenue Q.  He soon discovers that although the residents seem nice, it is clear this is not your ordinary neighborhood! Together, Princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life….all on a street that seems to resemble one on a beloved children's TV show!  

Avenue Q contains mature language and themes not suitable for young audiences.


                           Third (Photo Gallery)

Wendy Wasserstein
April 22-26, 2015

Third, Tony award and Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein's last and possibly wisest play takes place in a small New England town and centers around Laurie Jamison, a college professor, who's life spirals out of control when she accuses her student Woodson Bull III of plagiarism. This event leads Laurie to re-examine her world, her family, and her relationships in this comedic drama.

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