by Terrence McNally
March 20 - April 20, 2014
Frankie is a waitress at a second rate restaurant who gives in to the temptation of a one-night stand with her co-worker Johnny after a few weeks of working together. But Johnny has other ideas. A compulsive talker, and hopeless romantic, Johnny begins the process of wooing Frankie, hoping that she will return his proclamations of love. World-weary and battle-worn, Frankie needs a lot of convincing that this won’t be yet another disappointment in life. As their night together unfolds, they are surprised by the discoveries they make about each other, and themselves. Winner of the Dramatists Guild Hull Warriner Award, this bittersweet comedy combines poignancy and laughter as it traces the improbable romance that begins to develop between two middle-aged “losers.”
For Mature Audiences: Contains adult language/situations and nudity.
A one-weekend only special presentation from Barebones Productions. April 24 - April 27, 2014
When a mother leaves for an Alaskan vacation, her home is taken over by the unexpected and uncomfortable reunion of her two sons. As their time together grows more entwined, the fractured nature of their relationship brings about a collision of their disparate personalities. The brothers realize they’re chasing each other in hopes of clinging to what they believe the other has found. By the end they are seen at their most animalistic core, unadulterated images of what remains pure in the American West. This Pulitzer Prize-nominated play reveals how far two brothers will be driven in their desperate search for identity.