Sordid Lives
By Del Shores

January 24 - February 9

A true cult classic, "Sordid Lives" is a hilarious "black comedy about white trash" that was nominated for more than 30 awards during its long run in Los Angeles. "Sordid Lives" puts a comedic twist on a story of unconditional love, acceptance and coming out in a colorful small-town Texas family. The entire clan has converged for the funeral of Peggy, the family's matriarch and a good Christian woman ... in spite of the fact that she died during a tryst in a seedy motel room with her much younger, much married neighbor. Watch the family struggle to avoid a mortifying funeral.

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Fertile Ground Staged Reading - To End All Wars

by David Ritchie and directed by Bob Martin

Two performances only: Feb 5 at 3pm and 8pm

What if you could end all war, but the solution was embarrassing? Two veterans of the First World War and a female psychiatrist meet in a pub in London. Her father was their medical officer during the war and he has told her they have a secret. How will they respond when she suggests they hold the key to ending war? Surely they've heard that phrase somewhere before? In the second act we meet, in a railway waiting room to the
North of London, older and wiser versions of the same three characters. She has qualified as a surgeon and served in China. One of the two men has married into money. The third character had a building collapse on him when a V2 bomb landed. There's much to work out in a conversation: romance, banking, camping, the question of where the staff hid the tea before they went home. It's a comedy with adult and serious questions at its core. Writer David Ritchie and director Bob Martin have previously collaborated on six plays.

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Feb 14 and 15 at 8pm

What if we talked to each other in real life the way people talk on dating apps like Tinder? Plug into a world where people introduce themselves OKCupid style and Bumble their way in and out of love.

Due to the adult nature of this play, ages 17+ recommended.

Swipe Right will be followed by a cabaret of comedic love songs. 

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a feminine ending
 by Sarah Treem

March 13 - 29

Having recently graduated from a major conservatory, and with a rocker boyfriend on the brink of stardom, aspiring composer Amanda Blue’s “extraordinary life” seems to be all mapped out. But when she’s called home to answer her mother’s distress call about a marriage in crisis, Amanda’s grand plan starts to unravel. A Feminine Ending is a bittersweet play about dreams deferred, loves lost, and learning to trust a woman’s voice in a man’s world.

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