July 19th - August 31st, 2013

SERIES A

  • July 19th - August 30th
  • ABOUT A WOMAN NAMED SARAH
  • By LUCAS HNATH
  • Directed By ERIC HOFF
  • With STEPHANIE CANNON, BEN VIGUS, MARISA VIOLA, MARK ELLIOT WILSON
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  • A woman named Sarah goes to Arizona to interview for a job, a job working for a man named John. John's wife, Cindy, also interviews Sarah, and Sarah wants this job so much that she does something that hurts the feelings of her husband, Todd. This is a play about a woman named Sarah--yeah, you know the one.
  • BREAKING THE SPELL
  • By TINA HOWE
  • Directed by BIRGITTA VICTORSON
  • With MICHAEL COUNTRYMAN, CRYSTAL FINN, EVAN SHINNERS, JESSE SCHEININ
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  • An evil spell... a beautiful princess... a worried king... his love sick fool... and the most talented musicians in the land collide in the retelling of Sleeping Beauty.
  • GOOD LUCK (IN FARSI)
  • Written and Directed by NEIL LABUTE
  • With MOLLY LOGAN CHASE, GIA CROVATIN, ELIZABETH MASUCCI
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  • A comic look at two actresses vying for the same role on a television show. They sit in a casting office waiting their respective turns, while looking for ways to psych each other out before their auditions. A funny look at the small, bitter rivalries we all share in life.
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SERIES B

  • July 27th - August 31st
  • FALLING SHORT
  • By MARIAN FONTANA
  • Directed by ALEXANDER DINALARIS
  • With J.J. KANDEL, SHANE PATRICK KEARNS, KENDRA MYLNECHUK
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  • Frustrated with her writing career and her ongoing search for love on the internet, Lee finds herself revealing more than she planned on a date with a quirky actor. Sharing their mutual loneliness, Falling Short reveals the moving, awkward and sometimes hilarious attempts at human connection.
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  • CHANGE
  • By PAUL WEITZ
  • Directed By BILLY HOPKINS
  • With ALLISON DAUGHERTY, MICHAEL D. DEMPSEY, ALEX MANETTE
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  • Three old college friends get reacquainted in Change by Paul Weitz.
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  • PINE CONE MOMENT
  • By ALAN ZWEIBEL
  • Directed by FRED BERNER
  • With CAROLINE LAGERFELT, JAMES MURTAUGH, BRIAN REDDY, CAMILLE SAVIOLA
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  • Two elderly people who want to be together must first deal with the voices of their departed spouses before they can move forward with their relationship.

*Playwrights listed alphabetically by series. All programming subject to change.