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Set in the future some years after an untold catastrophe, Stevie, a widow under mysterious circumstances, hires Jesse, a criminal serving a long sentence in the local prison, to work on her hydroponics farm. While the townsfolk have come to depend on her crops, they are troubled by the rumor that she killed her criminal husband and is
hiding the money. And some will do anything to find the loot.

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Explore Perry and John’s long-term relationship at three crucial points. First, as the relationship falters, and Perry and John consider their upcoming separation. Second, as the relationship ends, and they prepare to go their separate ways. And third, as the relationship begins, with Perry and John on their fifth date sharing their anxieties about, and their hopes and dreams for, what might be possible between them. “Saudade” is about the love, sorrow, delight, disappointment, sadness, and compassion contained within the life of a relationship.

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Susie Mayhew – who has a crush on Ernest Hemingway - needs to help raise $12,000
her father, a bookstore owner, lost in bad investments. Her friend Margaret Mitchell is
writing Gone With The Wind, but the proper ending eludes her. Unbeknownst to Margaret, Susie has entered her work in a contest featuring Hemingway as speaker at the awards ceremony. When she is named a finalist, Susie has to convince Margaret to
go so she can ask Hemingway to do a book signing at the store and infuse sales. Margaret goes and finds her ending.

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Three generations of highly intelligent and freethinking women attempt to reconcile years of family dysfunction – repressed housewife Dorothea, her daughter Artemis, and Artemis’s daughter Barbara. The play jumps backward and forward in time, as each character relives her own memories and the other two women help flesh out memory.

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On the occasion of Freddy’s funeral, and at his behest, six of his friends gather at the home of Hank and Kate in Kansas City. As the liquor flows and memories (and recriminations) become more telling, revelations are made, the friends take sides, and, as the night winds down into morning, facades are stripped away as no-holds-barred truth-telling replaces the party atmosphere with which the evening began.

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The autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson, the creator of Rent. The show follows Jon, a young
theater composer who's waiting tables at a New York City diner in 1990 while writing what he hopes will be the next great American musical; his girlfriend Susan, who dreams of an artistic life beyond New York City; and his friend Michael, who has moved on from his dream to a life of financial security; amidst an artistic community being ravaged by the AIDS epidemic. With the clock ticking, Jon is at a crossroads and faces the question everyone must reckon with: What are we meant to do with the time we have?

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A Classics professor at one of the greatest universities in America finds a long-lost manuscript by Euripides that makes her famous throughout the world. And then loses it.  And then calls on the Ancient Greek Gods of Comedy to get her out of the mess. For young professor Daphne Rain, the first surprise is that the gods show up.  And the second surprise is that any two people – even if they are gods – can wreak so much havoc on one university. The Ivy League will never be the same as a pair of screwball deities encounters the carnal complexity of college coeds, campus capers, and conspicuous consumption.

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The sharp-edged but charming play takes place on and around a park bench in Central Park where two elderly men - one black and one white - with nothing in common but their spirited resistance to having others decide for them when they no longer count. Together, but each, in his own unique way, they fight those who would put them out to pasture, developing throughout a true, albeit unusual friendship.

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A story of order and disorder, reality and appearance, and love and marriage. Humans and fairies, lovers and fighters all interact in the magical forest ruled by Oberon the fairy king, Titania his strong-willed queen, and his loyal and mischievous servant Puck. All ends well with a triple marriage, reconciled lovers, and the triumphant performance of The Tragedy of Pyramus and Thisbe by Peter Quince and Bottom and their company of traveling actors.

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