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The Corn is Green

August 1 - August 12 Main Stage
2007 Season

Author: Williams, Emlyn
Director: Martin, Nicholas
Miss Moffat is a strong-willed Welsh schoolteacher working in a small poverty-stricken coal mining town. Under her guidance, an illiterate teenager, Morgan Evans, transforms from bully to brilliant student. The distinguished lineage of actresses who have played Miss Moffat are Ethel Barrymore in the original Broadway production, Bette Davis in the film, Katharine Hepburn in the made-for-TV movie and Cicely... Read More

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.

Design for Living

July 28 - August 8 Main Stage
2004 Season

Author: Coward, Noel
Director: Boyd, Gregory
"The actual facts are so simple. I love you. You love me. I love Otto. Otto loves you. Otto loves me. There now! Start to unravel from there." And so goes Noel Coward’s classic comedy, a carousel of Bohemian love, passion and friendship that goes from charming to shocking and from London to Paris to New York. Directed by Gregory... Read More

Under Milk Wood

July 23 - August 3 Main Stage
2003 Season

Author: Thomas, Dylan
Director: Tresnjak, Darko

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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