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2021 Plays

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Sleuth
July 8- August 1

Sleuth

By Anthony Shaffer
Directed by Charles Fee

Andrew Wyke is a mystery writer fascinated by games. He invites a fellow game enthusiast, who just happens to be his wife’s lover, Milo Tindle, to engage in a series of events that end up blurring the line between imagination and reality. This Tony-winning Best Play is an inventive take on the country-house thriller. Suspense abounds throughout this fiendishly cunning show that is sure to keep you guessing. Is it all just a game or is something more afoot?

Ticket sales will resume in June.

Sleuth is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

The Tempest
August 12- September 5

The Tempest

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Sara Bruner

Prospero has spent 12 years isolated on an island with his daughter Miranda, a spirit named Ariel, and a monster called Caliban. Everything changes the day that a no-so-accidental shipwreck brings new people to the island. A tale of magic, mischief, revenge, letting go, love, and redemption, The Tempest examines how our past informs our future and affirms the beauty of humankind. 

Ticket sales will resume in June.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)
September 10-26

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)

By Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield
Directed by Charles Fee

A Riotously Irreverent Romp. Three ambitious actors, clad in classic Converse tennis shoes and armed with an outrageous assortment of outerwear and props, cram the Bard’s entire canon of plays (and sonnets!) into two hours of sheer Elizabethan-esque ecstasy. Need we say more? Buckle your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy ride. This endearingly irreverent and lightning-paced romp through the greatest plays of all time will have you rolling with laughter and jumping in the aisles. Perhaps The Today Show captured its spirit best when they said, “If you like Shakespeare, you’ll like this show. If you hate Shakespeare, you’ll love this show!”

Ticket sales will resume in June.

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