2015 Season Plays and Events


 

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EndDaysEnd Days

by Deborah Zoe Laufer
Directed by Henry Godinez

March 18 – April 26

It’s the end of the world! Maybe. At least some members of the Stein family think so, and in this time of existential need each member turns to his own spiritual counselor. But with Jesus, Rabbi Baumbach, and Stephen Hawking amidst, might the Steins also find comfort in one other?

Sit back, relax, and enjoy this comedic romp through Armageddon. It’s the end of the world and it’s not to be missed.

“End Days” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

 


 

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stickflyStick Fly

by Lydia Diamond
Directed by Chuck Smith

May 27 – July 5

It was supposed to be a nice family weekend. It was supposed to be relaxing, a summer vacation on Martha’s Vineyard. It was supposed to be, but the LeVays well know that few family gatherings turn out as planned. When both sons arrive with their respective girlfriends, the proverbial gates fly open, and out comes race, politics, social status, and family conflict.

To hell with the pleasantries. This is family and it’s too darn hot. Join the Playhouse for the wise-cracking family’s drama.

“Stick Fly” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

 


 

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thingsmidnightThings You Shouldn’t Say Past Midnight 

by Peter Ackerman
Directed by William Brown

August 12 – September 20

Three couples. Three beds. Too little room for the running stream of inappropriate remarks. As they stumble over their words and their partners, will these six characters be able to find some solid ground?

It’s the hysterically funny Peter Ackerman at his best in this brand-spanking new production of Things You Shouldn’t Say Past Midnight. 

 


 

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ChapterTwoChapter Two 

by Neil Simon
Directed by Jessica Thebus

October 28 – December 6

When spy novelist George Schneider lost his wife, he thought he would never date again. After his pushy younger brother set up him with a few duds, he knew he would never date again. Enter Jennie, a soap opera actress with a sensitive side who just might be able to bring George back into the light.

When is it time to let go and let love back in? Find out in Simon’s sparkling rom-com, Chapter Two.

“Things You Shouldn’t Say Past Midnight” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.