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Crimes of the Heart

August 8 - August 19 Nikos Stage
2007 Season

Author: Henley, Beth
Director: Turner, Kathleen
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, this dramatic comedy takes us into the lives of the Magrath sisters. Past resentments bubble to the surface as they are forced to deal with assorted relatives and past relationships while coping with the latest incident to disrupt their lives. The play is warm-hearted, humorous and teeming with humanity.

The Front Page

July 4 - July 15 Main Stage
2007 Season

Author: Hecht, Ben
Director: Ron Daniels
Concocted criminal charges, wily politicians, love nests and the daily grind of creating and selling newspapers are all in a day's work in the classic Broadway comedy set in a Chicago newsroom. This much-loved work is presented in a crackling and humorous new production.

Romeo and Juliet

August 2 - August 13 Main Stage
2006 Season

Author: Shakespeare, William
Director: Frears, Will
"A plague on both your houses!" ROMEO AND JULIET, one of Shakespeare's earliest plays, has become western culture's defining romance. As old as the ancient Italian town in which it's set, yet as urgent, inevitable and shocking as today's headlines. A star-crossed couple, more in love than any two people have a right to be, find each other, and are... Read More

Anything Goes

July 5 - July 16 Main Stage
2006 Season

Author: Porter, Cole
Director: Rees, Roger
"Beethoven, Bach, Wagner, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Debussy, Chopin, Verdi, Strauss and Francis Scott Key could have marched into the room for all I cared. I still wouldn't have looked up." That's what Russell Crouse said after Cole Porter first played him the score of Anything Goes. He and his collaborator, Howard Lindsay, then concocted a merry musical mix of mayhem and... Read More

On the Razzle

August 3 - August 14 Main Stage
2005 Season

Author: Stoppard, Tom
Director: Jones, David
While their boss is away, two store clerks have madcap adventures filled with mistaken identities, malapropisms and Tom Stoppard’s trademark wordplay. Freely adapted from Austrian playwright Johann Nestroy's 19th Century farce, Einen Jux will er sich machen (which also inspired Thornton Wilder's The Matchmaker), On the Razzle is high-octane non-stop fun.

Lady Windermere’s Fan

July 6 - July 17 Main Stage
2005 Season

Author: Wilde, Oscar
Director: Kaufman, Moisés
Determined not to trust her husband when circumstances suggest he’s been unfaithful, the effortlessly desirable Lady Margaret Windermere “modern, independent and deliciously free of self-doubt" resolves to leave him flat. But the true nature of her husband’s relationship with the 'other woman' is very different from what young Margaret assumes it to be. The play is Oscar Wilde’s first comedy... Read More

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