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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.

Tough Titty

August 10 - August 21 Nikos Stage
2005 Season

Author: Lampley, Oni Faida
Director: Randolph-Wright, Charles
Diagnosed with breast cancer, trying to stay married, raise two small sons and endure poisonous treatments, Angela confronts her childhood ideas about God and goodness, and wrestles with the haunting question, "What did I do wrong?" Funny, poignant and tough.

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.

Sugar Syndrome, The

July 27 - August 7 Nikos Stage
2005 Season

Author: Prebble, Lucy
Director: Mileaf, Maria
Seventeen-year-old Dani surfs internet chat rooms searching for someone who is honest and direct. What she finds is a man twice her age who thinks she is an eleven year-old boy. With richly textured writing and humor, it’s Lucy Prebble’s play that’s honest and direct. And fierce. And devastatingly, disarmingly, disturbingly funny.

Top Girls

July 20 - July 31 Main Stage
2005 Season

Author: Churchill, Caryl
Director: Bonney, Jo
What kind of a victory is women’s progress in the workplace? Or is it a victory at all? At a dinner party celebrating Marlene’s promotion, five women, superstars of the golden ages of history, literature and art, weigh in on the personal sacrifices a woman makes to achieve success. More potent now than ever, Top Girls is the play that... Read More

Witching Hour, The

July 25 - July 31 Free Theatre | Main Stage
2005 Season

Author: Cilo, Jason
Director: Charlton, Amanda
Family-friendly, funny, a little frightening, and free, The Witching Hour: Three Tales of The Unexpected, The Mysterious, & The Bizarre will play one week only. The Witching Hour is adapted from three different short stories. First, something is amiss as a newlywed couple gets more than they bargained for at a creepy seaside English town in Ringing the Changes. Then,... Read More

Create Fate

July 13 - July 24 Nikos Stage
2005 Season

Author: Frankel, Etan
Director: Ashley, Christopher
Love can be a brutal game. When the deck is stacked against him, Nathan does the only thing he can to get the love of his life to notice him: he calls in the professionals. When is true love a product of fate, and when is it just a set of well-choreographed accidents?

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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