All My Sons
By Arthur Miller
Directed by Julia Ewing
Arthur Miller’s first dramatic success. AN honest, forceful wartime drama about a group of people caught up in a monstrous swindle that has caused the death of twenty one Army pilots. A play about ambition, devotion to family and responsibility to society. A theatrical classic.
The Ladies at the Alamo
By Paul Zindel
Directed by Terry Scott
Hobe Morrison of Variety wrote “For alley cat savagery, it would be hard to top the verbal battle royal that constitutes The Ladies of the Alamo.” By the Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Effects of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, this biting, explosive, and very funny play examines the behind-the-scenes intrigues and power struggles which beset a famous regional theatre and its long-time Artistic director.
The Robber Bridegroom
By Robert Waldman and Alfred Uhry
Directed by Barry Fuller
Based on the Eudora Welty novella, this musical comedy combines a Grimm Fairy Tale with Southern lore. A girl and a bandit fall in love, neither knowing that the marriage arranged for them are with each other. The evening is filled with a sense of the unexpected as this delightful musical treat unfolds.
Two Gentlemen of Verona
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Buck Clark
Don’t miss Shakespeare’s bawdy, riotous tale. It is full of comic invention. Join the Two Gentlemen of Verona, Valentine and Proeus, as they proceed through an intricate maze of mistaken identities; watch the transformation of people through love. Possibly Shakespeare’s first professional play, it possesses a freshness and lyrical charm all its own.
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