Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Based on the play Chicago by Maurine Dallas Watkins
Directed by Barry Fuller
Musical Direction by Tony Lee Garner
Razzle-dazzle, now you see it, now you don’t, roaring twenties Chicago, this brassy, sassy musical is told through a succession of vaudeville acts you won’t want to miss.
The Glass Menagerie
By Tennessee Williams
Directed by Henry Swanson
One of the most famous plays of the modern theater. A drama of great tenderness, charm, and beauty, The Glass Menagerie presents characters that are the tragic remnants of Southern gentility. One of the greatest southern playwrights illuminates the illusions of these desperately real characters.
By Pierre Corneille
Freely adapted by Tony Kushner
Directed by Leonid Mazor
Tony Kushner’s adaption of the 17th century play described by Corneille as “a strange monster…The first act is only a prologue; the next three constitute an imperfect comedy; the last one is a tragedy. And all of this, sewn together, forms a comedy…” This play is quintessential theatre, entertaining all our senses as we move through layers of reality.
The Marriage of Figaro
By Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais
Adapted by Richard Nelson
Directed by Bennett Wood
An irreverent comedy about love and fidelity, the basis of two famous operas. As the count pursues the serving maid and the countess dallies with the teenager, the valet Figaro works his devices upon everyone, neatly nudging the amorous partners into their proper pairings. A spritely, fresh translation by one of America’s brightest new playwrights.
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