July 15 - July 26 Main StageFormer Boris Sagal Directing Fellow Daniel Goldstein directs this play by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Sam Shepard about squabbling siblings. This modern classic is an explosive exploration of family rivalry as two very different brothers attempt to sell Hollywood their version of the great American Western.
July 18 - July 29 Main StageCoward's beloved comedy tells of novelist Charles Condomine, a widower, who invites the eccentric medium Madame Arcati to give a seance as research for a novel he is working on. Madame Arcati conjures the spirit of Charles' first wife, the selfish and spoiled Elvira who is increasingly desperate in her efforts to disrupt Charles' current marriage.
June 14 - June 24 Center StageTony-award winner B.D. Wong stars in this one-man musical that recounts the childhood of vaudeville wunderkind George after he is possessed by the angry spirit of a toe-tapping midget. This unconventional work deals with the exploitation of child stars and the drive to perform.
August 16 - August 27 Main Stage"A complex, plot-driven variety of crime play in which the puzzle is paramount, clues are provided from which the solution may be deduced, and accompanied, if successful, by a final plot twist which leaves the audience stunned." That's how the Oxford English Dictionary describes the "whodunit." The London Times describes DOUBLE DOUBLE as "a classic of whodunitry and a glossy... Read More
July 5 - July 16 Main Stage"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
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