“Much Ado About Nothing” Apr 25 – May 4, 2003

Shakespeare’s tangled tale of love and pride will be set in the fictional Appallachian village of Messina, East Vriginia. The local regiment, led by their lieutenant, Don Pedro, is returning from the battlefields of WWI. A victory celebration is planned at the home of Leonato, a well-propertied landowner. There Claudio,…

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“A Streetcar Named Desire” Jun 21 – Jun 29, 2002

The play takes place in a poor section of New Orleans named Elysian Fields. Blanche Dubois, a delicate and refined woman, has arrived to visit her sister Stella, who is married to the muscular and uncouth Stanley Kowalski. Blanche and Stella come from an old aristocratic French family and had…

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“Romeo & Juliet” Apr 18 – Apr 20, 2002

Romeo & Juliet is the classic tale of two star-crossed lovers caught between their two warring families. The play takes place in Verona, where the two noble families of Montague and Capulet are involved in a fierce and violent feud. While outbreaks of fighting and verbal denunciations on stage prove…

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“The Member of the Wedding” Feb 8 – Feb 23, 2002

McCullers adapted her novella for the stage, and the original 1952 production showcased the talents of Julie Harris as 13 year old Frankie Addams; Brandon De Wilde as her younger cousin, John Henry; and Ethel Waters as their housekeeper and nanny, Berenice. The play features Frankie Addams in the summer…

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“Harvey” Nov 2 – Nov 17, 2001

When Elwood P. Dowd starts to introduce his imaginary friend, Harvey, a six-and-a-half-foot rabbit, to guests at a dinner party, his sister, Veta, has seen as much of his eccentric behavior as she can tolerate. She decides to have him committed to a sanitarium to spare her daughter, Myrtle Mae,…

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“A Few Good Men” Aug 3 – Aug 18, 2001

“A Few Good Men” was written by Aaron Sorkin, the Emmy Award winning author and creator of the series “The West Wing.” In his Outer Critics Circle Award winning play, “A Few Good Men,” Sorkin explores the nature of military service and the lengths some will go in the name…

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