VENUS IN FUR
Thursday, August 29 9:00pm (PAY AS YOU CAN)
Friday and Saturday, August 30, 31 9:00pm
Friday, September 6 12:00am (MIDNIGHT)
Saturday, September 7 9:00pm
FOR ADULTS ONLY
The play write Thomas has been unsuccessfully auditioning for his new play based on the classic novel Venus in Fur. Has he is about to pack up for the evening when in bursts Vanda Jordan to audition. Obviously wrong for the role he reluctantly lets her read and is drawn into a world of pain and pleasure the mysterious and enigmatic Vanda creates that reveals his most secret desires and changes his life forever.
Thursday, October10 8:00pm (PAY AS YOU CAN)
Friday and Saturday, October 11,12 8:00pm
Friday and Saturday, October 18, 19 8:00pm
Sunday, October 20 2:00pm (MATINEE)
Friday and Saturday, October 25, 26 8:00pm
LAUGH OUT LOUD COMEDY
When lovely Gideon Hollis spots an unconscious man in a tank top and shorts lying in Copley Square just after all the other Boston Marathon runners have crossed the finish line, she reasons that since nice guys finish last, this must be Mr. Right. When the comatose dreamboat revives and cannot remember who he is, Giddy tells him they are married and then regrets her subterfuge when he tries to be a loving husband. Complications escalate at a furious pace in this outrageous concoction of wild, warm and lightening paced hilarity that is perfect for the whole family.
Thursday, November 14 8:00pm (PAY AS YOU CAN)
Friday and Saturday, November 15, 16 8:00pm
Thursday,Friday and Saturday, November 21, 22, 23 8:00pm
Sunday, October 17 2:00pm (MATINEE)
STUDENT MATINEES: November 13 and 20 at 10am
EYE-OPENING FAMILY DRAMA
Catherine has spent years caring for her brilliant father, a famous mathematician. Following his death she must deal with her estranged sister’s taunts and a burgeoning love with her father’s student assistant. The discovery of a mysterious notebook with a mathematical proof that has long eluded the math world leads to an explosive conflict where her sanity, integrity and feelings are all questioned. In the end she finds that the only proof that one ever needs is simply the truth.
A SEUSSIFIED CHRISTMAS CAROL
Friday, December 13 7:00pm
Saturday, December 14 7:00pm
Sunday, December 14 2:00pm
GREAT FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
A whimsical reinvention of Dickens’ most beloved Christmas story in wacky rhymed couplets. With zoot fruited juices and binka bird geese, from Bed-Headed Fred to Timmy Loo Hoo, this tale of glorious holiday cheer is similar to something Dr. Seuss might have come up with — if he ever had his way with the story…
The Songs of Leiber and Stoller
Thursday, February 13 8:00pm (PAY AS YOU CAN)
Friday and Saturday, February 14, 15 8:00pm
Friday and Saturday, February 21, 22 8:00pm
Sunday, February 23 2:00pm (MATINEE)
Friday and Saturday, February 28 and March 1 8:00pm
ROCK ‘N’ ROLL DANCE PARTY
Leiber and Stoller, virtually invented rock ‘n’ roll and now their songs provides the basis for an electrifying musical that illuminates a golden age of American culture. In an idealized ’50s setting, the classic themes of love won, lost and imagined. Featuring musical numbers such as “Dance With Me”, Fools Fall in Love”, “On Broadway”, Yakety Yak”, “Jailhouse Rock” and so much more. Rhythm & Blues, Motown and Rock & Roll combine to create compelling musical theater.
Thursday, March 27 8:00pm (PAY AS YOU CAN)
Friday and Saturday, March 28, 29 8:00pm
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 3, 4, 5 8:00pm
THE PLAY THAT BEGAN A REVOLUTION
The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade
This is an unrelenting depiction of class struggle which asks whether true revolution comes from changing society or changing oneself. Set in Charenton Asylum, Marat/Sade is almost entirely a “play within a play”. The actors are the inmates of the asylum, and the nurses and supervisors occasionally step in to restore order. The bourgeois director of the hospital, Coulmier, supports the post-revolutionary government led by Napoleon and believes the play to be an endorsement of his patriotic views. His patients, however, have other ideas, and they make a habit of speaking lines he had attempted to suppress, or deviate entirely into personal opinion. The entire theater is converted into the asylum creating a unique theatrical experience engulfing the audience, with the inmate/actors performing mere inches away in and around them, creating an evening not soon to be forgotten.