The Farnsworth Invention

Almost everybody in America has been impacted by television. But do you know the story of its invention, and the race to be the first man to transmit live images over the airwaves? In The Farnsworth Invention, that very battle takes center stage as Mormon inventor Philo Farnsworth goes head to head with Russian immigrant David Sarnoff, head of RCA, to become the father of the invention that changed the world.

Written by Aaron Sorkin (The West Wing, Sports Night, A Few Good Men), this challenging play uses smart dialogue, exciting conflict, and a healthy dose of comedy to tell the story of two men and their singular pursuit of bringing television to the masses. And it dares to examine the question of whether television should have had a greater purpose than selling umbrellas by speculating about rain.

February 15, 16, 17, 2019

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Something's Afoot

Six guests arrive for a marvelous weekend at the island estate of Lord Rancour when a sudden, violent storm wipes out the only bridge, trapping them, three servants, and a mysterious stranger together in the grand manor house. It is not long before one of their number is murdered! The race is on to figure out who the killer might be as other members of the trapped party are dispatched in diabolically clever fashion! Who did it? How did they do it? Will they do it again?

So bring your best sleuthing skills, deductive reasoning and sharp observation and see if you can untangle the mystery before our amateur detective, Miss Tweed, can. A murder mystery, singing and dancing – what better way to spend a couple of hours in May!

May 3, 4, 5, 2019

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