Urinetown: the Musical

Urinetown: The Musical is a timely skewering of runaway capitalism, reckless populism, and the human tendency toward acts of dangerous irresponsibility. But mostly, it’s about the dangers of staging a show with a terrible title. —Town and Gown Players

Directed by Ruben Van Kempen

Produced by special arrangement with Music Theatre International

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The Shakers of Mount Lebanon
Will Hold a Peace Conference This Month

By Arlene Hutton

As the size and strength of an upstate New York Shaker village are waning, wealthy progressive women from New York City (some of them Jewish) take an interest in Mount Lebanon. Inspired to host a peace conference drawing attendees from all over the world, the Shaker women struggle just to find peace amongst themselves. They are divided by gender, economics, theology, diet, and history. But the conference does happen, and its message of hope reaches out to us in the present, encouraging us all to do better.

Directed by Marianne Savell

Produced by special arrangement with Arlene Hutton and the Big Bridge Theatre Consortium

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By William Shakespeare

Cymbeline is King of Britain. He marries an unpleasant woman with an arrogant son named Cloten. Cymbeline arranges the marriage of his beautiful daughter, Imogen, to Cloten, but she defies him and marries the poor but worthy Postumus. Cymbeline banishes Postumus. Before he goes, each gives the other a gift. Several plot lines follow, involving disguises, mistaken identity, deceit, treachery, and poison. The villain Iachimo bets a large sum of money against Postumus’ ring that he can seduce Imogen. In a traditional comic ending, Iachimo confesses, the characters reveal themselves, all misunderstandings are resolved, and the lovers are reunited.

Directed by Candace Vance

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Ticket Prices

Mainstage Theatre:
Adult: $15
Student: $12
Senior: $12
Group Discount: -$2 per ticket for groups of 10+

Studio and Backstage Theatres:
All: $10

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