by Shelagh Stephenson All Shows: 7:30 PM *Pay What You Can Preview - Thursday, May 2nd Shows: Friday/Saturday only - May 3 - 18th The Memory of Water is an inspiring tale that reveals the many ways in which a death in the family uncovers the absurdity of life. Darkly comic, the play shows that even in traumatic times, humour can be found anywhere. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the big hearted and bittersweet exploration of family and memory by one of the UK’s best playwrights, Shelagh Stephenson. "Winner of the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy in 2000." "touching and hugely entertaining comedy" UK ‘Play of the Year’
By David McCall, George Newall, Tom Yohe , and Team You love them, Your kids love them. All your favorites - Lolly, Conjunction Junction, Figure Eight, Nouns, I'm Just a Bill, Interjections - packed in this family-friendly romp through grammar, math, science, and history.
by Harold Pinter When Emma's marriage to Robert collapses, she turns to her former lover, Jerry, for support. We walk with the lovers back in time, as the relationship breaks, builds, and begins. “BETRAYAL shows, heartlessly, that the very capacity for love itself is sometimes based on betraying not only other loved ones, but even ourselves.” – Roger Ebert
by Steve Martin Albert Einstein meets Pablo Picasso...Both well-formed egos on the verge of their greatest fame. What else but hilarity could ensue when two of the greatest minds meet? In this brilliant absurdist comedy, Steve Martin revels in humanity's achievements and uncovers its greatest potential.
Enhanced Readers' Theatre
by Woody Allen An existential “romp,” this comedy from laugh-master Woody Allen asks the big questions: What is real? What happens when we die? Is there a god? The journey to find the answers will leave you both laughing and thinking.
by Alexander Dinelaris With her star on the rise, photographer Carrie Ann inexplicably shuts down at the pinnacle of her career. Lost, and afraid to even pick up her camera, her sudden descent is interrupted by an unexpected romance with Jeff, a trend analyst who becomes determined to help her move on, even while facing his own uncertain future.
Running in the repertory... Adaptations of Ovid's poems, Greek myths, and sacred music, this brilliant play and stirring song cycle tell the interwoven tales of the relationship of humans to gods, and of humanity's search for meaning and more. Both works will be presented each weekend. An experience not to be missed.