Fridays/Saturdays, 2:00pm Sundays
September 6 – 29
by Moliere, translated by
Richard Wilbur, directed by Howard
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
by George Furth, music and lyrics by
Stephen Sondheim, directed by Eric J.
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,
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,
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,
by Larry Shue, directed by
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
June 6, 2014– July 6, 2014
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