Hunting Moon by Ryan Madden (November 23-December 2, 2017)
This hilarious, bittersweet comedy takes us through the ups and downs of love in today’s complex and ultra-connected world of relationships / lust / commitment. You will laugh, you will cringe, you’ll recognize your own hang-ups and you might even leave with a new outlook on love… or confirm what you already knew but could never admit!
Alison’s House by Susan Glaspell (April 27-May 6, 2017)
The house where famous poet Alison Stanhope lived and died is being sold, and the poet’s family have to come to terms with her legacy as they struggle to emerge from under her immense shadow. A story of the tensions between love and duty, family and fame, honor and forgiveness; Alison’s House presents a touching drama filled with 11 amazingly powerful characters. Winner of the 1931 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the dead poet Alison Stanhope, who never appears in the play, is based on Emily Dickinson.
The Cocktail Party by TS Eliot (Dec 15-17, 2016)
The Cocktail Party is a drawing room comedy written by TS Eliot. Eliot wanted to bring back to the theatre its poetic roots – something that he felt it had lost. The Cocktail Party is written in free verse, and treads in two worlds, existing simultaneously in the drawing room of Edward Chamberlayne in early 20th Century London, and the classic poetic theatrical world of Ancient Greece, Rome, and Elizabethan England. It was TS Eliot’s most successful play during his lifetime, winning the 1950 Tony Award for best play.