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Last Goodbye, The

August 5 - August 20 Nikos Stage
2010 Season

Author: Kimmel, Michael
Director: Kimmel, Michael
A legendary love. A transcendent artist. Shakespeare’s classic verse meets the driving, passionate rock of iconic singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley in the world premiere of The Last Goodbye. Conceived and adapted from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet by Michael Kimmel with the music and lyrics of Jeff Buckley arranged by Kris Kukul, an ensemble of fourteen singer/actors bring to life the lyrical... Read More

After the Revolution

July 21 - August 1 Nikos Stage
2010 Season

Author: Herzog, Amy
Director: Cantor, Carolyn
It’s 1999, and three generations of a radical leftist family meet in New York to celebrate the law school graduation of Emma, the family’s youngest torchbearer. A public revelation about her late grandfather, a victim of the blacklist, sends Emma reeling as the family begins to fracture. Shaken and betrayed, she must weigh her fierce politics and family loyalty to... Read More

True West

July 15 - July 26 Main Stage
2009 Season

Author: Shepard, Sam
Director: Goldstein, Daniel
Former 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.

Atheist, The

June 25 - July 6 Nikos Stage
2008 Season

Author: Noone, Ronan
Director: Waldman, Justin
Festival Artistic Associate Justin Waldman directs.

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.

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.

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