A Doll's House, Part 2

by Lucas Hnath

Directed by Leslie Barrera

Smart, funny and utterly engrossing. It has been fifteen years since Nora Helmer slammed the door on her stifling domestic life, when a knock comes at the same door. It is Nora, and she has returned with an urgent request. What will her sudden return mean to those she left behind? This probing and bold play is both a continuation of Ibsen's complex exploration of traditional gender roles, as well as a sharp contemporary take on the struggles inherent in all human relationships across time.

Performances Sept. 15 - 30 - Friday & Saturday nights at 8pm

Matinees Sundays Sept. 17 and 24 at 3pm


Return Engagements
by Bernard Slade
Directed by Vicky McCormick
A Canadian farce about the romantic challenges of 4 couples over the span of 30 years in a single hotel room: an actress and a bell boy who have a one-night stand; a woman who has survived WWII and the carpenter she chooses to father her baby and an intellectual couple spending a weekend together before their divorce becomes final.

Perfs: Nov. 3 - 18
Matinees Nov. 5 and 12


by David Lindsay Abaire
Directed by Scott McWhirter
A sunny room on an upper floor is prime real estate in the Bristol Place Senior Living Facility, so when the cantankerous Abby is forced to share her quarters with new arrival Marilyn, she has no choice but to get rid of the infuriatingly chipper woman by any means necessary. A seemingly harmless bet between the old women quickly escalates into the dangerous game of one-upmanship that embroils the two women in an intense and hilarious competition where each caper tops the last and also reveals some deeper truths that each would prefer hidden.

Perfs. Dec. 31 (New Year's Gala).
Jan. 5 - 20. Matinees Jan. 7 and 14


by Anthony Shaffer
Directed by Jacqueline Jeane
A painter, who is obsessed with famous murderers of the past, takes great pleasure in recreating their crimes, and hopes to one day join their ranks by performing an infamous murder of his own. Constantly shifting, twisting beguiling and witty, it is a brilliantly compelling mystery thriller. Not for children.

Performances Feb. 23 - March 9
Matinees Feb. 25 and March 3


by Steven Dietz
Directed by Justin Holloway
Robert returns to Dublin to reunite with Cait, the woman who captured his heart during a James Joyce literary tour thirty-five years ago. Dancing backwards through time, the older couple retrace their steps to discover their younger selves. Through young Robbie and Caithleen, they realize the unlikely, inevitable events that brought them - only briefly - together. This Irish time travel love-story blends wit, humor, and heartache into a buoyant, moving appeal for making the most of the present before it is past.

Perfs. April 12 - 27
Matinees April 14 and 21


Time Stands Still
by Donald Margulies
Directed by Sean K. Thompson.
"Can you be a dispassionate, uninvolved observer of horrific events, recording them for posterity, and still keeping a sense of right and wrong, not to mention your sanity?" It's one of several questions getting a workout in Time Stands Still. Sarah, a photojournalist and James, a foreign correspondent juggle the options of family and safety versus adventure and purpose.

Perfs. May 31 - June 15
Matinees June 2 and 9



Please contact the box office at (713) 661-9505 if you require accessible seating.