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by Richard Bean
AUG 28—SEPT 21, 2014.
BEST NEW PLAY — 2011 Critics’ Circle Award
A glorious celebration of the power of live theatre to make you laugh out loud. Adapted from The Servant of Two Masters, this multi-award-winning new comedy follows the increasingly perilous attempts of Francis Henschall to keep his two “guvnors” straight. The play’s unique blend of satire, live music, commedia and wit have made it an international sensation. Recommended for ages 13+.
“A triumph of visual and verbal comedy.” – The Guardian
“The funniest show in the western world.” – The Daily Mail
by David Auburn
OCT 16-NOV 2, 2014.
Catherine is the caretaker for her father, a genius mathematician whose mind slowly unraveled. Upon his death, his former student Hal arrives to survey the cryptic notebooks that are left behind. A romance begins to kindle until Hal makes a startling discovery. Catherine faces a quandary: how much of her father’s genius—or madness—has she inherited? And who can she really trust? Recommended for ages 13+.
by Jules Verne, adapted by Mark Brown
NOV 26-DEC 21, 2014. The original amazing race. When Phileas Fogg makes an outrageous wager that he can circumnavigate the globe in 80 days, he sets out with his clever servant Passepartout—but his every step is dogged by a detective who thinks he’s a criminal on the run. Danger, romance, comedy and theatrical magic mix in this whirlwind adventure for audiences of every age. For all ages.
a World Premiere by Robert Ford
JAN 29 - FEB 22, 2015. It’s the dead of summer in Wilson, Arkansas, 1936. Matty and Alonzo are young black men accused of a crime they didn’t commit, and now there’s a mob on their heels. Running through the dark fields, they slip into the kitchen of Roy Wilson, whose name means power in these parts. Bottled up for the long night awaiting Mr. Wilson’s morning verdict, they find they’re not alone. Based on true events. Recommended for ages 13+.
by Tracy Letts
“Satisfying, highly entertaining, and deftly drawn ...
APR 2-26, 2015. Arthur Przybyszewski, the cantankerous proprietor of a run-down donut shop in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago, may have met his match in Franco, an ambitious teenager with plans to modernize the shop full circle. But when the young would-be entrepeneur’s past catches up with him, Arthur finds more than his livelihood may be in danger. A redemptive and provocative new comedy drama from the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright of August: Osage County. Recommended for ages 13+.
A source of comic bliss.” – Los Angeles Times