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A Streetcar Named Desire

Written by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Jacqueline Poquette

In Tennessee Williams' most famous (and successful) play, faded Southern belle Blanche DuBois makes her way to New Orleans to stay with her sister and crass brother-in-law, Stanley Kowalski. Why did she leave her mansion home back in Mississippi? Did she break the law? Cause a scandal? And which sister really causes Stanley to bellow the most famous single name ever heard on stage: "STELL-A!"? "The play is written with a triumphantly heightened naturalism, in which the rhythms and images of ordinary life are subtly combined and contrasted with a verselike elegance of phrase." THE NEW REPUBLIC

March 23 – April 13, 2019
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21)
Sundays at 2pm ($17)


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Written by Neil Simon
Directed by Peter Colletto

Neil Simon returned to laugh-out-loud comedy in this 1988 farce which finds us at a dinner party in which the first guests discover the hostess is missing and the host upstairs with a superficial gunshot wound. To prevent a scandal, the first couple hides this situation from the second, and they hide it from the third, all the way down the line. Filled with half-prepared meals, car accidents, marital affairs, slapstick pratfalls, back spasms, mistaken identities and illogical alibis...and that's just Act One! These hilarious rumor-based circumstances provide an evening that is "...loud, raucous, fast-paced, witty and pretty much over the top from curtain to curtain." NEWS TRIBUNE

May 4 – June 2, 2019
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21)
Sundays at 2pm ($17)
** No performances May 12 and May 24-26


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The Typists

Written by Murray Schisgal
Directed by Jerry Pettinati

Exploring the cycle of life, complete with the humor, sadness, self-delusion and reconciliation which underlie and infuse the human condition, this Off-Broadway 1963 hit was awarded the Drama Desk Award, Obie Award, Vernon Rice Award, Saturday Review Critics Poll Award and Outer Critics Circle Award for Best New Playwright. And speaking of the author, did you know that besides being a prolific writer and producer, Murray Schisgal is perhaps best known as the co-author of the film Tootsie?

Saturday,June 8 at 8pm
Sunday, June 9 at 2pm
All performances $11


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Featuring the hilarious Brad Zimmerman (stand-up comic and creator of My Son the Waiter, A Jewish Tragedy) in his brand new one-man show, My Rise to the Middle, which digs deep into his long odyssey from obscurity and self-defeat to the sunshine of self-fulfillment. His send-ups of his childhood, family, misbegotten love life and career are as warm and poignant as they are hysterical. As Brad says, “What is it that gets us to finally give ourselves permission to pursue our dreams, no matter how daunting that may be? My Rise to the Middle just might have the answer. And then again, it might not. Either way, you’re going to laugh your tuchas off…”

Brad Zimmerman was born and raised right here in Oradell, where he attended River Dell High School. He went to sleep-away camp at Camp Akiba in Reeders PA and was bar mitzvahed at Temple Emmanuel in Westwood, NJ. The actor/comedian has been featured on “The Sopranos” and on the same stand-up bill with legends such as George Carlin, Brad Garrett, Susie Essman, Freddie Roman, Dick Capri, Pat Cooper and Joan Rivers (“the best comic… in his price range.”).

Don’t miss this fantastic fundraising event with the hugely talented Brad Zimmerman!

Fun Fact: Did you know that after touring his show in nearly every American city that has at least one Jewish family, Brad Zimmerman has received close to 600 marriage proposals?*

* Most of these have been by mothers on behalf of their daughters.

Brad Zimmerman is still single.

My Rise to the Middle
Created and Performed by Brad Zimmerman
June 15, 2019 at 8pm

Includes meet-and-greet reception with Brad
following the performance

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