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NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE

July 21 - August 11
(Opening night Tuesday, July 24)

ANGELA'S MIXTAPE

By Eisa Davis
Directed by Adrienne D. Williams

Her mother is a lawyer and activist, her aunt is Angela Davis, but who is she? In this spirited autobiographical comedy, Eisa Davis pays affectionate tribute to her unorthodox upbringing in Berkeley, California. Share her journey as she balances friendships, piano lessons, and boys with her politically passionate family and the wider world beyond.

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Monday Night Special
Monday, July 30, 7:30pm


NUCLEAR FAMILY
Devised & Directed by Joann Green Breuer

With Jeannie Affelder, Jenny Allen, Sheryl Dagostino, Chelsea McCarthy and Anna Yukevich

They care about you, they give you advice, they stick with you. Problem: advice differs. And it's all good. Solution: you stick with them. It's a family. Yours?
From the book by Susanna Fogel, writer/director of the delightful new film THE SPY WHO DUMPED ME, in theaters this summer.


Monday Night Specials are sponsored, in part, by THE LIMAN FOUNDATION and THE CAPE COD 5 CENTS SAVINGS BANK CHARITABLE FOUNDATION TRUST

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Monday Night Special
Monday, August 6, 7:30pm


OF SOLITUDE
Written by Amanda Keating
Directed by Claudia Weill

Life is too hard to do alone. A hilarious, soulful comedy about an improbable group of young people, each touched by loss and longing, who come together--in a Pennslyvania vacuum cleaner repair shop, of all places--and connect.


Monday Night Specials are sponsored, in part, by THE LIMAN FOUNDATION and THE CAPE COD 5 CENTS SAVINGS BANK CHARITABLE FOUNDATION TRUST

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PREMIERE

August 18 - September 8
(Opening night Tuesday, August 21)

CHILMARK

A New Play Written & Directed By Catherine Rush

Living in contented isolation, everyone in nineteenth-century Chilmark knows someone who is deaf, and every hearing person speaks with their hands as well as their voices. But as the world heads toward the 20th century, a different way of thinking about deafness brings discord between good neighbors and lifelong friends — and ultimately strengthens their fellowship. A compelling drama about a remarkable community, based on historical events. Performed simultaneously in American Sign Language and English.

An earlier play by the same author was presented by the Playhouse in 2007 under the title, This Island Alone.

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Monday Night Special
Monday, August 27, 7:30pm


HOUND AND FOX
Written by Tony Kahn
Directed by Brendan Hughes

Successful Hollywood screenwriter Gordon Kahn survived the blacklist, but J. Edgar Hoover couldn't stop there. Fifteen years later, Hoover was at it again, harassing Kahn and his family. A story about tyranny, betrayal, fear, and forbearance, based on real-life events.


Monday Night Specials are sponsored, in part, by THE LIMAN FOUNDATION and THE CAPE COD 5 CENTS SAVINGS BANK CHARITABLE FOUNDATION TRUST

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Monday Night Special
Monday, September 3, 7:30pm


DEAR EDVARD
Book & Lyrics by Richard Michelson
Music by Steven Schoenberg
Directed by Kevin Newbury
Musical Direction by Paul Masse

With Pearl Sun and Tim McDevitt

Love story, art history biopic, psychological exploration and family drama, DEAR EDVARD is a new music-theatre piece about the life and loves of Norwegian artist Edvard Munch. Set in the hospital room at Dr. Jacobsen's Clinic for Nervous Disorders and Alcoholism where the artist committed himself in 1908, Munch's young nurse, now elderly, confesses her long-ago passion for her famous patient, and transports us back to the beginning of psychoanalysis, sexual liberation, and the birth of modern art.


Monday Night Specials are sponsored, in part, by THE LIMAN FOUNDATION and THE CAPE COD 5 CENTS SAVINGS BANK CHARITABLE FOUNDATION TRUST

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PREMIERE

September 15 - October 6
(Opening night Thursday, September 20)

THE ROOM WHERE I WAS HELD

A New Play By David Zax
Directed by MJ Bruder Munafo

Captivity comes in many forms, and sometimes the enemy is closer than you think. Freelance journalist Josh Salazar has just survived a Taliban kidnapping in Afghanistan, and is recovering at home with his doting parents. But when Josh's girlfriend pays a visit from Kabul, we learn how he found the courage to take on his most dangerous assignment, and at what cost. The world premiere of a gripping drama about the power of money, privilege, and family ties.

The Room Where I Was Held was presented as part of our 2017 Monday Night Special Series.

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2018 Ticket Pricing

Summer Professional Mainstage

$60 Adults
$50 Seniors (65+)
$40 Juniors (<30)

Monday Night Special Series

$35 all tickets

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