JANUARY 18-19-20 Pushed to amazing lengths to relieve profound loneliness, a waitress magically separates herself into three parts to facilitate her quest for a man in Steve Martin's The Zig-Zag Woman. Experience also The Wasp, where in the typical fractured landscape of 50s surburbia, a prototypical white protestant family exists in adark limbo of expectation and routine. People surround mom but she is deeply alone, dad speaks in delicious platitudes, and the children fear anything new.
FEBRUARY 22-23-24 at 7:30pm, FEB 25 at 2:00pm AND MARCH 1-2-3 at 7:30pm
Winner of the 2013 Tony Award for Best Play "Broad comic acting is raised to the level of high art...deliriously funny...a heedless good time...the show's a ton of fun even if you can't tell your Seagull from your Uncle Vanya..." -New York Times
APRIL 26-27-28 at 7:30pm, APRIL 29 at 2:00pm, AND MAY 3-4-5 at 7:30pm
Finalist in the 2014 National Playwrights Conference of the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center"A real life controversy about a 1959 children's book is the basis of the play...freshly relevant themes...each character is finely crafted for a rich theatre experience."