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She Loves Me

June 27 - July 12 Main Stage
2008 Season

Author: Masteroff, Joe
Director: Martin, Nicholas
Artistic Director Nicholas Martin kicks off the Main Stage Season with his 15th Festival production.

The Autumn Garden

August 15 - August 26 Main Stage
2007 Season

Author: Hellman, Lillian
Director: Jones, David
America's foremost woman playwright, Lillian Hellman, believed THE AUTUMN GARDEN to be her best play. The setting is a summer resort on the Gulf of Mexico in 1949. Seven friends confronting middle age assess the choices they have made and are about to make. The work is compassionate, savagely funny and perhaps Hellman's most perceptive comment on the difficulties of... Read More

Sweet Bird of Youth

July 19 - July 30 Main Stage
2006 Season

Author: Williams, Tennessee
Director: Jones, David
"Relentless caper for all those who step / The legend of their youth into the noon." With this quote from his spiritual and literary mentor, Hart Crane, Tennessee Williams began his last great lyric play. A movie star who's seen better days, Alexandra Del Lago (travelling incognito as "Princess") occupies a hotel room with a young man, Chance Wayne. chance... Read More

Bus Stop

August 17 - August 28 Main Stage
2005 Season

Author: Inge, William
Director: Frears, Will
Cherie’s a hard-up nightclub singer. Bo’s a good ol’ cowboy. And when a snowstorm leaves their bus stranded somewhere between Kansas City and Topeka, they spend the night discovering truths and uncovering lies. This romantic finale to our Main Stage season is a mid-twentieth century classic from William Inge, the author of Come Back, Little Sheba and Picnic.

Dedication or the Stuff of Dreams

August 11 - August 22 Nikos Stage
2004 Season

Author: McNally, Terrence
Director: Ellis, Scott
Terrence McNally (Love! Valour! Compassion! and Master Class) writes about a couple's love affair with the theatre. Lou and Jessie Nuncle run a children's theatre in a mall in upstate New York. With the possibility of taking over an abandoned vaudeville palace, the Nuncles are forced to examine how far their love of theatre will take them. A World Premiere.... Read More

Threepenny Opera, The

June 25 - July 6 Main Stage
2003 Season

Author: Brecht, Bertolt & Kurt Weill
Director: Hunt, Peter
Hide your daughters! Mack the Knife is back! Set in the underbelly of London, ruled by criminals and corrupt police, populated by beggars, and entertained by prostitutes, The Threepenny Opera tells the story of the sly and debonair Macheath, his den of thieves, and his many women. Considered revolutionary in its 1928 premiere, Brecht and Weill's master work set the... Read More

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