Come Blow Your Horn (September 27 – October 13, 2007)

A Comedy by Neil Simon Vintage Neil Simon at his best! Harry Baker, owner of the largest artificial fruit business in the east, has two sons. Alan is a thirty-three year old playboy; Buddy, a different twenty-one year old with an urge to assert himself. These two are continually trying their father’s easily abused patience. Alan works only two days … Continue reading

A Streetcar Named Desire (November 15 – December 1, 2007)

A Drama by Tennessee Williams “One of the greatest dramas in theatre, adored by audiences since its Broadway opening in 1949″ The play reveals to the very depths, the character of Blanche du Bois, a woman whose life has been undermined by her romantic illusions, which lead her to reject – so far as possible – the realities of life … Continue reading

‘Art’ (January 10-26, 2008)

A Comedy by Yasmina Reza translated by Chrisopher Hampton “How much would you pay for a white painting?” One of Marc’s best friends, Serge, has just purchased a white painting. To Marc, the painting is a joke, but Serge insists that Marc doesn’t have the proper standards to judge the work. Another friend, Ivan, although burdened by his own problems, … Continue reading

The Little Foxes (March 6-22, 2008)

A Drama by Lillian Hellman “What was a man in a wheelchair doing on a staircase?” Picture a charming home in the American south, but into the scene put the despotic Hubbard family: Ben, possessive and scheming; Oscar, cruel and arrogant; Leo, weak and unprincipled; Regina, wickedly clever. In contrast, meet lonely, intimidated Birdie; wistful Alexandra, Regina’s daughter; and Horace, … Continue reading

An Italian Straw Hat (May 1-17, 2008)

A Musical Farce by Eugene Labiche and Marc-Michel translated by Lynn and Theodore Hoffmann “Sight gags, clever word play, screwball comedy … and all embellished with song and dance!” In this renowned comedy with songs in the French 19th century farcical vaudeville tradition, the hero, M. Fadinard, is about to get married when an attractive lady and her irate lover … Continue reading