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Bell, Book and Candle

Written by John Van Druten
Directed by Jerry Pettinati

Girl meets Boy. Girl loses Boy. Girl gets Boy. Sure, that’s a classic plot device, but what’s so special about it? Well, how about because the girl is a witch and the boy is a mortal! Sound familiar? It should, because this magical rom-com, which originally starred Rex Harrison on Broadway and then Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak in the popular film, eventually became the genesis of television’s memorable comedy “Bewitched”. Seen for the first time on the BCP stage and sure to fit in with the Valentine’s season, this “enchanting and charmingly funny mid-century bewitching romantic comedy is sure to beguile!THEATREMANIA.COM

February 14 — March 7, 2015
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21), Sundays at 2pm ($17)


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Let's Murder Marsha

Written by Monk Ferris
Directed by Noel Schoonover

Marsha is a happy housewife who is hopelessly addicted to reading murder mysteries. One day she overhears her loving husband discussing her upcoming birthday surprise with an interior decorator, but to her ears it sounds like they are planning to murder her! A great show for family audiences who like their comedy broad, fast and nonstop.

Saturday, February 28 @ 2 pm - Sunday, March 1 @ 7 pm
Both performances $11


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August: Osage County

Written by Tracy Letts
Directed by Dottie Fischer

Winner of both the Tony and Oliver awards in 2008, as well as that year’s Pulitzer Prize, “It is, flat-out, no asterisks and without qualifications, the most exciting new American play Broadway has seen in years. Watching it is like sitting at home greedily devouring two, three, four episodes of your favorite series in a row on DVR or DVD.NY TIMES. Mr. Letts has reached a tremendous achievement in American playwriting by fashioning a tragicomic portrait of a family in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. Filled with biting humor, it explores relationships between mothers and daughters, sisters, and husbands and wives. An entertaining and searing ensemble play, filled with family complexities…you have probably never met anyone like the Westons!

March 21 - April 18, 2015
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21), Sundays at 2pm ($17)
(no shows Easter/Passover Weekend, April 3–5)
NOTE: Early curtain of 7:30pm on Friday and Saturday evenings

Warning: Mature Content and Language.


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God of Carnage

Written by Yasmina Reza
Translated by Christopher Hampton
Directed by Alyson Cohn

Set in contemporary Brooklyn, two couples meet to discuss a playground fight between their children. Over the next 90 minutes, this sharply-fanged comedy that lies somewhere between “The Honeymooners” and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? takes on the topics of class, morality and marital control as alliances among the men and women constantly shift. Winner of both the Tony and Olivier Awards for Best Play of 2009, “…Ms. Reza’s streamlined anatomy of the human animal incites the kind of laughter that comes from the gut, as involuntary as hiccups or belching.NY TIMES

May 2 - 31, 2015
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21), Sundays at 2pm ($17)
(no shows on Mother’s Day, May 10 and Memorial Day Weekend, May 22–24)


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The Mouse That Roared

Stage Adaptation Written by Christopher Sergel
Directed by Lynne Lupfer

Originally based on a series of articles in the Saturday Evening Post and then turned into a fantastically funny film starring the immortal Peter Sellers, the story revolves around the efforts of a small European country declaring war on the United States in order to collect the inevitable post-war aid provided to the defeated. But along the way, something goes horribly wrong—they win! Enjoy this Cold War fable, “a quirky classic of world literature, a poignant tale of political morality, and a hilarious, ultimately triumphant portrait of international relations from the perspective of the little guy.GOOGLEBOOKS

Saturday, June 6 @ 8 pm - Sunday, June 7 @ 2 pm
Both performances $11


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