André By William Dunlap
May 10th - 18th
Written in 1798, Andre is credited as the first truly American play, exploring the conviction and hanging of Major John Andre, who was implicated with Benedict Arnold as a spy for the British during the American Revolution. The play asks difficult questions about how to define treason and served to define an American character in terms of “we are not European”.
‘night Mother By Marsha Norman
July 19th - 27th
The 1978 Pulitzer Prize winning Best Play, ‘night Mother tells the story of a young woman disillusioned with her life. Confined by society’s misunderstanding of her epilepsy, she cares for an aging mother up to her calm and reasonable breaking point. This play fractures the American identifier “we are not fragile”.
How to Die Alone By Chris Barlow
Sept 27th - Oct 5th
How to Die Alone is a workshop production. This brand new play follows Amelia and Sean as they navigate love and gay culture, often doing hilarious battle with embodied demons of their relationships. In an expanding definition of Americanness, this play questions the assertion “we are not vulnerable”.
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First Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 2pm
Second Saturday at 2pm & 8pm