By Steven Dietz
Directed by Frank Bradley
This emotion-packed drama is based on an actual event rooted in racial tensions in the United States. First produced by the Actors Theatre of Louisville in 1989 as a part of the Humana Festival of New American Plays, God’s Country is a brilliantly conceived work about ideological fundamentalism.
Merrily We Roll Along
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by George Furth
Based on the play by Kaufman and Hart
Directed by Barry Fuller
Musical Direction by Marc Baker
With such musical treasures as “Not a Day Goes By,” “Goof Thing Going” and “Old Friends,” Merrily combines an exceptional score with dramatic ingenuity. The story of a playwright corrupted by success moves backwards through time. (Yes, you hear the reprises before you hear the song).
By Tina Howe
Directed by Tony Isbell
In this highly entertaining play “living art” takes on new dimensions. Museum paintings become, in a sense, characters on stage while gallery visitors range from the funny to the absurd.
The School for Scandal
By Richard Brindley Sheridan
Directed by Ellis Rabb
A perennial hit for over 200 years, this classic comedy illuminates the myriad conceits of humankind and society of any age. See for yourself as Mr. Rabb transports the setting from 18th century England to the 20th century south.
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