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2013 Season

Main Season Productions

Written by: George Bernard Shaw
Directed by: Robin Larsen
March 7 – April 21, 2013

Opening the 2013 season, George Bernard Shaw’s penetrating and entertaining look at mothers, daughters and the idea of a “woman’s place.” Mrs. Warren has worked hard to provide a good life for her daughter. But when Vivie finds out the truth about her mother’s profession, sparks fly. Armed with wicked wit and astute insight, Shaw pits mother against daughter to expose the passionate societal struggles taking place beneath the polished veneer of Victorian society.

Written by: Arthur Miller
Directed by: Armin Shimerman and Geoffrey Wade
May 9 – July 7, 2013

Arthur Miller’s parable draws a chilling parallel between the Salem witch trials of 1692 and subsequent generations of American mass hysteria – up to the present. Through this savage tale of one small community’s too effortless descent into superstition and paranoia, Miller explores in frightening detail what can happen when fear clouds fact and blame replaces reason.

Written by: David Ives, From the Comedy by Pierre Corneille
Directed by: Casey Stangl
October 3 – December 1, 2013

Casey Stangl directs David Ives’ wicked “translaptation” (according to Ives, “a translation with a heavy dose of adaptation”) of Pierre Corneille’s farce that asks whether truth matters at all in an age obsessed with the surface of things. When the charming and handsome pathological liar Dorante enters Paris, he impresses everyone who hears his stories. But as his lies multiply, will Dorante be able to keep them straight and still manage to get the girl.


Written by: Eugene O’Neill
Written by: Eugene O’Neill
Written by: Henrik Ibsen
Written by: Noël Coward
Written by: Eugene O’Neill
Written by: John Osborne
Written by: Edmond Rostand
Written by: William Shakespeare
Written by: Eugene O’Neill
Written by: Jake Broder
Written by: Friedrich Dürrenmatt
Written by: Allan Knee

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