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Season 2015-2016


                   Tesla's Letters 

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                               By Timberlake Wertenbaker
                                September 23-27, 2015

This 1997 powerful play explores the intersections of truth, war, and political influence.  When an American Ph.D. student wins a grant to research electrical pioneer, Nikola Tesla in Belgrade, her discoveries surprise even this intrepid traveler. Electrical pioneer Tesla, a Croatian-born Serb, was Thomas Edison's biggest rival.   In her search to uncover Tesla’s truth, Daisy is guided and sometimes misguided by a museum director with his own agenda.  Daisy enters war-torn Croatia to understand Tesla’s world. In her search for Nikola Tesla's “doomsday device” to end humanity, Daisy is devastated to discover that no machine is required.

             Ghost Walk at White Hall

                                  By Jeffrey Boord-Dill
                             October 22-24 & 30-31

        A Midsummer Night's Dream 

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                           By William Shakespreare
                            November18-22, 2015

Discover the transformative magic of a powerful fairy forest and escape into fantasy with Shakespeare’s classic tale of lovers, warring fairies, and amateur theatrics. Two interlocking love triangles flee the subjugation of Athens and an amateur theatre troupe of handymen rehearse for their big break when they become unwilling pawns in a war between the King and Queen of Fairyland.  Love and abuse are two sides of the same coin in EKU Theatre’s dark and irreverent production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.…Lord what fools these mortals be!

                  Little Shop of Horrors

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By Music & Lyrics by Alex Menken
Book by Howard Ashman
February 24-28, 2016 

Seymour is a hapless misfit, working for a florist on Skid Row, when he discovers a mysterious plant that will deliver all the success and love he craves.  He wins the heart of beautiful Audrey and his fortunes soar.  But when his pet plant develops insatiable and murderous hungers of its own, Seymour faces a battle of epic proportions.  Winner of the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical, and the Outer Critics Circle Award, this cult classic rock musical will have you singing along-and maybe taking a closer look at your  houseplants.


                 The Little Prince 

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                              By Antonine de Saint-Exupery
                                    April 20-24, 2016

The beloved classic about a stranded Aviator’s friendship with the enigmatic Little Prince comes to life with puppets, music, and wonder. We’ve been fortunate to work with Lexington Children’s Theatre’s Artistic Director Vivian Snipes, creating a whimsical universe of play and wonder.  Come re-invigorate your senses and discover a world of fun on our stage.


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