2016 - 2017 Season
October 13 thru October 17
What sparks terrorism? Why do extremists do evil in the name of faith? How far will some go for power? Shakespeare wrote the murderous Macbeths to ask the same questions about the terrorist plots and religious divisions of his day. And he put history’s most famous upwardly mobile couple into a world of suspicion, secret attacks and double-talk that looks a lot like ours. In the 400th year since...
November 3 thru November 13
“I live and breathe theater. That’s what I’m crazy about. I want to play everything I’m suited for.” Set in the 1930s, the Golden Age of Broadway comedy, Stage Door is a legitimate... Learn more.
December 1 thru December 11
Winner of the Tony and the Drama Desk Awards for Best Book, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is the hilarious tale of six prepubescent, misfit contestants, vying for the championship of a... Learn more.
January 20 thru January 28
Comedies, dramas, and everything in between — our annual debut of nearly two dozen student directors produces a smorgasbord of professionally published ten-minute plays. If one is not to your... Learn more.
February 16 thru February 19
The relentless ringing of a cell phone in a quiet café. A lonely, frustrated woman at the next table. This wildly imaginative comedy by a MacArthur "Genius" Grant recipient and Pulitzer Prize... Learn more.
February 24 thru February 26
Winner of the 1971 Pulitzer Prize and the Obie Award, this poignant study of an bitter, spiteful widow and her two young daughters has been hailed as one of the most significant and touching plays of... Learn more.
March 23 thru March 27
Mother Hicks is earth, and fire, and water, and blood, and tears... Recipient of AATE’s Distinguished Play Award, Mother Hicks is the inspiring folkloric story of three Depression-era outsiders:... Learn more.