Our 98th Season: 2013-14


Performances:  8:00pm Fridays/Saturdays, 2:00pm Sundays


September 6 – 29

The Misanthrope by Moliere, translated by Richard Wilbur, directed by Howard Berkowitz.

In this elegant, modern staging of Moliere’s dynamic satire, targeting love, hypocrisy and the society in which they flourish, the characters are witty and foolish, hilarious and real. The Misanthrope is a timeless classic thatappeals to both the intellect and the funny bone.


October 18 – November 17 

Company, book by George Furth, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, directed by Eric J. Potter.

This 1970 Tony award winning musical is one of the first to deal with adult themes and real human relationships. Sondheim’s vibrant and electrifying score sets the tone for a production that is sleek, smart and sophisticated from start to finish.


January 10, 2014– February 9, 2014 

Harvey by Mary Chase,directed by Sherrionne Brown.

Not since Alice in Wonderland has a rabbit caused so much consternation! In Chase’s Pulitzer Prize winning comedy, family and friendship prevail, resulting in a memorable and heartwarming story of a man and his very unusual best friend.


February 28, 2014– March 30, 2014

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher, and directed by John W. Ford.

A smart, tense and suspenseful new take on Stevenson's look at the evil that lurks in the hearts of men--this is definitely not your grandfather’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.  The dark and surprisingly sexy intensity of this melodrama is unrelenting--it would be a sin to miss it! 


April 18, 2014– May 18, 2014 

The Foreigner by Larry Shue, directed by Steve Goldklang.

The devious shenanigans of a backwoods mob are interrupted by an innocent stranger who stumbles onto their plot to defraud a kindly old innkeeper.  This inspired comic romp is full of outrageous fun and surprises, building to a hilarious climax. It received  two Outer Circle Critics Awards as Best New American Play and Best Off-Broadway Production.


June 6, 2014– July 6, 2014

The Exonerated by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen, directed by Josh Shoemaker.

"The #1 play of the year…intense and deeply affecting…" —NY Times. This award-winning docudrama intertwines the true stories of six death row inmates who are proven innocent before they are executed. More importantly, it poses the question: how many others have not been as fortunate? The Exonerated is a provocative and unforgettable theater-going experience.  

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