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Two attorneys, one white one black, are considering a new client for their aggressive law firm. The potential client is a wealthy, white businessman accused of rape by a young African-American woman. The decision is complicated when their new hire, also a young woman of African descent, weighs in on the matter. Note: This play has very strong language and controversial themes.
Directed by Francis A. Daley
Cecily, Reggie and Wilfred reside in a home for retired opera singers in Kent, England. Each year, on the tenth of October, there is a concert to celebrate Verdi's birthday. Jean, who used to be married to Reggie, arrives at the home and disrupts their equilibrium. She still acts like a diva and refuses to sing. But the show must go on in this funny and poignant play.
Directed by Jane Farnol
This comedic tale revolves around the relationships of three unusual middle-aged single siblings. Vanya and Sonia's idyllic life in the family home is shattered by the arrival of their movie star sister, Masha and her (much) younger boyfriend, Spike. Threats, accusations, a bad costume party, and a surprisingly effective voodoo doll help these lost souls to finally connect in this Tony Award winning masterpiece inspired by the works of Chekhov and Ibsen.
Directed by Jocelyn Beard
In Agatha Christie's theatrical masterpiece, Leonard Vole is arrested for the murder of Miss Emily French, a wealthy older woman. Unaware that he was a married man, Miss French made him her principal heir, casting suspicion on Leonard. In a spellbinding courtroom showdown his wife agrees to testify… not in Leonard's defense, but as a "witness for the prosecution"!
Directed by Frank Arcaro
Nothing is sacred in this SLAY ride of adult humor that rips the shiny bows and pretty wrapping off the holiday season. The show features two acts of music-filled satire and burlesque that turns the last quarter of the calendar belly up. But audiences should be warned – they'll never look at Kris Kringle the same way again. Note: Due to adult situations and language, it is not recommended for the younger elves.
Directed by Bradford Blake