We are thrilled to announce our 2019-2020 season, and hope you will come play with us!

This season, we will be exploring the theme of "permission", specifically, what it is, and who we need it from. READ MORE about our exploration HERE.

There will also be after-performance social gatherings and parties for select performances. Join our email newsletter to receive updates.


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by Joe DiPietro
DIRECTOR: Leanne Hanson
Fri, Sat, Sept. 27, 28; Oct. 4, 5 | Sun. Sept. 29 (Matinee)

Love can make anyone feel young again, even an elderly widower in Hoboken, New Jersey. On an ordinary day in a routine life, Ralph decides to take a different path on his daily walk. Instantly smitten by an elegant, mature woman, Carol, he turns on the charm hoping for a second chance at love. Defying Carol’s reticence, Ralph embarks on a journey to regain the happiness that seemed all but lost. The Last Romance is a heart-warming comedy about finding love at any age.



by David Mamet
DIRECTOR: Gary Brame
Fri, Sat, Oct 25, 26; Nov. 1, 2 | Sun. Oct 27 (Matinee)

A racially charged sex crime takes place leading to charges made against Charles Strickland, a wealthy town resident. He seeks the help of attorney, Jack Lawson, to defend his case. Lawson agrees, relying on help from a young black attorney, Susan, who works in his three-lawyer office. As they prepare the case, Jack begins to suspect deep flaws in the police investigation of the crime scene. There are discrepancies in the police report regarding a red sequined dress. Susan has strong feelings about racially motivated sex crimes and certain biases regarding the case. Has Susan tried to influence the outcome of a matter of justice?


by Herb Donaldson
DIRECTOR: Herb Donaldson
Fri, Sat, Mar. 6, 7, 13, 14 | Sun. Mar. 8 (Matinee)
A darkly humorous tale of two roommates, Bobby Chambers, a stand-up comedian with no gigs in sight, and Daniel Montana, a struggling actor who dates a married woman he’s affectionately named the “barbiturate queen.” One day in a heated argument about bills, survival and the next step, Daniel reveals a plan to which Bobby is highly reluctant. The play is a revealing story of what the human nature allows itself to do and become in order to survive.


by Lynn Nottage
DIRECTOR: Gary Brame
Fri, Sat. April. 17, 18, 24, 25 | Sun. April 19 (Matinee)
2017 Pulitzer Prize Winner for Drama. Set in Reading, Pennsylvania, a group of friends who work at the steel mill have gathered at the local tavern to decompress. The mill is threatening to lay off long-term employees and is recruiting non-union Latino workers. When Cynthia, an African-American woman, gets a promotion over her white American friend Tracy, we begin to see how even the closest of friendships can be ripped apart when money is involved. The play becomes a microcosm of today’s issues of poverty, race, and discrimination, and shows how the de-industrialization of a town can leave its population angry and empty.



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