our shows

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The Visitor

Written by: Ryan Balfour

Directed by:
Hunter S. LaRocca

A parody of tribalism and our two-party system.

We are not alone. Visitors from beyond our world have arrived and they want to speak with our leaders. Now the fate of humanity rests in a tense negotiation between the heads of the two national political parties. They must come to an agreement to save us all. Will they make it?

'Art'

By: Yasmina Reza

how much would you pay for a white painting?

Would it matter who the painter was? Would it be art? One of Marc’s best friends, Serge, has just bought a very expensive painting. It’s about five feet by four, all white with white diagonal lines. To Marc, the painting is a joke, but Serge insists Marc doesn’t have the proper standard to judge the work. Another friend, Ivan, though burdened by his own problems, allows himself to be pulled into this disagreement. This is where the friendship is finally tested, and the aftermath of action, and its reaction, affirms the power of those bonds.

Closer

By: Patrick Marber

a cautionary tale

Patrick Marber's, award-winning play about people who seek love only for what they get out of it -
Four lives intertwine over the course of four and a half years in this densely plotted, stinging look at modern love and betrayal. A series of pass-the-lover scenes in which this quartet struggle to find intimacy but can’t seem to get closer.

Welcome To the Moon

By: John Patrick Shanley

Lovers and Fighters in the Heart of the Bronx

Stephen, a guy still madly in love with a girl he hasn’t seen in fourteen years, joins his old friend, Ronny, who has been unsuccessfully trying to do away with himself for fourteen years, for a drink in a Bronx bar. They decide to commit suicide together by putting plastic bags over their heads—but the two people whom they’ve always loved arrive in time to stop them. Time then stops for a bittersweet moment, as past and present become one.

The Glass Menagerie

By: Tennessee Williams

The timeless Classic

Amanda Wingfield is a faded remnant of Southern gentility who now lives in a dingy St. Louis apartment with her son, Tom, and her daughter, Laura, who has a physical handicap and debilitating shyness. The father has left home; Tom supports his mother and sister with a shoe-factory job he finds unbearable. When Amanda convinces Tom to bring home from his workplace a “gentleman caller” for Laura, the illusions that Tom, Amanda, and Laura have each created in order to make life bearable collapse about them.

A Lonely Impulse of Delight

By: John Patrick Shanley

solitary, unprovable, deepest only love

A young man falls in love with a mermaid in the lake in New York’s Central Park and decides to introduce her to his best friend with delightfully humorous results.

Danny and the deep blue sea

By: John Patrick Shanley

If we want, why can't we?

In a rundown bar in the Bronx two of society’s rejects, Danny and Roberta, strike up a halting conversation over their beer. He is a brooding, self-loathing young man who resorts more to violence than reason; she is a divorced, guilt-ridden young woman whose troubled teenage son is now being cared for by her parents. In the end there are no facile, easy answers, but thanks to the playwright’s skill and compassion, both characters are able to probe within themselves to find an exorcism and forgiveness that, while painfully achieved, offers the hope of a future touched, at last, with more than the bitterness and loneliness that had been their lot before their fateful meeting.

The Wild Goose

By: John Patrick Shanley

you're in the THEATRE!

When the story opens, we find Jameson and Renaldo amongst table and chairs, deciding if they can live together in the world or not. They share their water and peanuts as they tear each other down to gain the upper hand. Jameson shoots Renaldo dead. Just in time, for Ramona comes in and now Jameson can have her all to himself. But Ramona misses Renaldo and nothing is settled until Renaldo jumps up! Alive again! Aha, now Ramona must choose between them. This presents a problem since Ramona was just about to hang herself. Can anything survive in this world?