Late, A Cowboy Song

by Sarah Ruhl

November 26 - December 18

This play is for all the lady cowboys of heart and mind who ride outside the city limits of convention. Mary, always late and always married, meets a lady cowboy outside the city limits of Pittsburgh who teaches her how to ride a horse. Mary's husband, Crick, buys a painting with the last of their savings. Mary and Crick have a baby, but they can't decide on the baby’s name, or the baby’s gender. A story of one woman's education and her search to find true love outside the box.

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Christina's World
Tom Schulz (of Fog Holler)
& Mikayla McVey

Wed December 15th
@ 7pm

Come hear Megan Pfefferkorn of Christina's World (creator of the original music used in Late, A Cowboy Song) with a couple of her favorite local musicians.

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The Glass Menagerie

by Tennessee Williams

January 21 - February 12

While set in a pre-war 1937 St. Louis, the American classic debuted shortly after the end of World War II. Drawn from his own life, Williams investigates the power of memory and societal mythos through the fictionalized Wingfield family. Abandoned by their father, they must navigate a world where the threat of fascism looms and tales of better days in the past threaten to overwhelm any hope for the future. And yet, every year, Spring arrives.

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One Flea Spare

by Naomi Wallace

March 11 - April 2

It is 1665. As London spirals toward disaster in plague-time, a wealthy aristocrat and his invalid wife remain under quarantine inside their lavish home. In the middle of the night, two intruders –- a sailor and a mysterious girl –- break in and start demanding food. In the ensuing days, all behave according to their accustomed roles. Yet, as time drags on, the boundaries that defined life, previously, are rewritten and abandoned: the master and the servant switch, gender roles turn somersaults, and a stately marriage is nullified by passion.

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Wink

by Jen Silverman

May 6 - May 28

Sofie is an unhappy housewife. Gregor is her breadwinning husband. Dr. Frans is their strange psychiatrist. Wink is the cat. And Wink has just gone missing. Secret desires, domestic anarchy, and feline vengeance at any cost make Wink an absurd, dark comedy about the thin, thin line between savagery and civilization.

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