2017/2018 Season

The Valley

by Joan MacLeod
October 20 - November 4, 2017
Wednesday-Saturday 8:00 p.m., Sunday 2:00 p.m.
Directed by Heather Roberts

More relevant than ever, this play explores the delicate and often volatile relationship between law enforcement and mental illness. Through the eyes of four beautifully crafted characters, Joan MacLeod tells an unbelievably human story fraught with misunderstanding, confusion, helplessness, but also love, strength and hope. Weaving from past to present and even beyond the fourth wall, The Valley will stay with you long after the curtain comes down.


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Music & Lyrics by Jeff Bowen, Book by Hunter Bell
February 23 - March 10, 2018
Wednesday-Saturday 8:00 p.m., Sunday 2:00 p.m.
Directed by Shawn Rocheleau

Two struggling writers, hear about a new musical theatre festival which is a mere 3 weeks away. The pair decide to create something new with the help of their friends. The play follows Hunter and Jeff and their friends on their journey through the gauntlet of creative self-expression. They write and perform their show at the festival and learn lessons about themselves as people, friends and artists.


God of Carnage

by Yazmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton
May 25 - June 9, 2018
Wednesday-Saturday 8:00 p.m., Sunday 2:00 p.m.
Directed by Mario D'Alimonte

Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage relates an evening in the lives of two couples, residents of a Brooklyn neighborhood, who meet to discuss a playground incident. Alan and Annette’s son hit Michael and Veronica’s son in the face with a stick, resulting in two broken teeth. The four of them agree to discuss the incident civilly, but, as the night wears on and drinks are imbibed, the polite veneer breaks down. The couples initially spar against each other, but the men gang up on the women and the spouses switch sides as the fighting continues. Reza’s play suggests that our civilized trappings do a poor job of hiding our venality and bile.