By Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
Adapted By Wendy Kesselman
Directed by Karen Thornton

This enduring tale of hope captures the claustrophobic realities of eight people hiding from the Nazis in a concealed storage attic in war-torn Amsterdam. Anne’s daily existence – her fears, her hopes, her laughter, her grief and her family’s desperate attempt to preserve humanity in an inhumane world – drive this transcendently powerful true-life tale. This gripping new adaptation includes newly discovered writings from Anne’s diary.

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​By Clare Boothe Luce
Directed by George Seylaz

Set in the 1930s in the glamorous Park Avenue world of New York City, this satirical, all-woman play illuminates the pampered lives and power struggles of various wealthy Manhattan socialites and the gossip that propels and damages their relationships. The Women is filled with razor-sharp dialogue and social commentary particular to its time, but its themes -- marriage and divorce, socio-economic class, female friendship, standards of beauty and the role of women in society -- remain stunningly relevant today.

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