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Don't miss laughter, growing pains and the complete history of Western Civilization.
Shifting Gears by Richard Warren March 7–24
It is the summer of 1961. In their cabin by the lake, Henry and Annie arrive for their traditional Memorial Day gathering with their two children. But the world is changing around them and this family is buffeted by the conflicts that come from the clash between desires and expectations, between growing up and being part of a family tied together by love. In this world premier, Warren speaks of family, tradition and dreams with humor and understanding.
Mesa by Doug Curtis April 11-28
This funny, touching Canadian play chronicles a road trip taken by a thirty-something guy and his wife's grandfather, from their home in Calgary to the grandfather's trailer in Mesa, AZ. When this odd couple hits the open road, every straight-away turns into a hairpin curve. Who knew that Denny's, Motel 6, saxophone music, and prune juice could change a young man's life forever.
Western Civilization: The Complete Musical (abridged)
May 16-June 2
They shook up Shakespeare. They annihilated American History. They took on Tinseltown. And now, the Reduced Shakespeare Company massacres the Millennium with a musical version of the last 1000 years! It’s Apocalypse Postponed as the Bad Boys of Abridgment dissect 1000 years of world history from Beowulf to Baywatch. The last 100 decades will never be the same!
“They’re funnier than ever!” The Washington Post
“Deft and wacky.” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
“This trio of modern Marx Brothers will leave you in stitches.” Boston Herald