MASTER HAROLD AND THE BOYS

by Athol Fugard

Master Harold and the Boys jpgJune 9-25

Set in 1950 on a rainy day in a run-down South African tearoom, apartheid is the law of the land. Two black men, Willie and Sam, dance as they clean the floor, practicing for an upcoming ballroom dance competition. In walks Hally, a 17-year-old white boy, who Sam has helped with his homework since Hally was little. They get into a deep discussion about who is the most important social reformer in history. "Fugard creates a blistering fusion of the personal and the political." - The New York Times

BOATWRIGHT

 

by Patrick Tovatt

Boatwright 909kbApril 13-29

A Bunbury World Premiere, the romantic comedy in two acts is in the old style --where the guy gets the girl or the girl gets the guy -- depending on your point of view. But, in this buoyant romp, the guy is a bit long in the tooth, and the girl is no spring chicken either. Recently retired to a ramshackle, out-of-the-way corner of waterfront, Ned is content to quietly pursue his three passions: building boats, writing songs and designing his own demise. A mysterious young customer in his boat shop abruptly catapults him into an entirely new life, full of music, love and responsibilities.

St. Nickaklaus and the Hanukkah Christmas

by Juergen K. Tossmann

St. Nickaklaus and the Hanukkah ChristmaDec 2-18

Klaus Klurman, aging actor and Jewish Holocaust survivor tries to come to terms with his failing memory and his relationship with his adopted African-American son, estranged daughter, and smoked-up-son-in-law. While the family struggles with Klaus's beginning stages of dementia, the power of the spirit touches this unusual holiday celebration.

 

 

 

 

December

1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16 - 7:30pm

3, 10, 17 - 2:00pm

RED

by John Logan

WINNER OF THE TONY AWARD

Red Poster jpgFebruary 16- March 4

Raw and provocative, RED is a searing portrait of an artist's ambition (Mark Rothko) and vulnerability, as he tries to create a definitive work for an extraordinary setting. A 2010 Tony Award winner, the play is "intense and exciting...a portrait of an angry and brilliant mind that asks you to feel the shape and texture of thoughts....'Red' captures the dynamic relationship between an artist and his creations." - New York Times

TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE

by Jeffrey Hatcher & Mitch Albom

Based on the #1 selling book

Tuesdays with Morrie Resized imageOctober 6-22

Mitch is reunited with his professor, Morrie, and what starts as a simple visit, turns into a weekly pilgrimage and a last class in the meaning of life. "Unforgettable! No matter how well you tell the story, the play makes it more vivid, more shattering, more humorous." - New York Magazine

"Making the language of the boo crisper, cleverer and more palatable....aphoristic wisdom, expressed with gallows wit." - The New York Times

"A touching life-affirming, deeply emotional drama with a generous dose of humor."

DATES AND TIMES:

October 

6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21 - 7:30

8, 15, 22 - 2:00