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YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU
By George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
Directed by Mark Cuddy
SEPTEMBER 11 – OCTOBER 7, 2012
A screwball comedy that pits the eccentric Sycamore family – prone to spontaneous eruptions of music, dance, poetry and fireworks – against the buttoned-up bigwigs of Wall Street and the IRS. When Alice Sycamore agrees to marry the son of ultra-conservative parents, will true love win out? A Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway classic the whole family will enjoy!
FREUD’S LAST SESSION
By Mark St. Germain
Directed by Skip Greer
OCTOBER 16 – NOVEMBER 11, 2012
Just weeks before his death, legendary psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud invites young writer C. S. Lewis to his London study. On the eve of England’s entry into World War II, the two brilliant men have a battle of the minds over God, love, sex, music, and the meaning of life. This deeply touching, intellectually thrilling play laced with humor and insight was last season’s Off-Broadway smash.
NEXT TO NORMAL
Music by Tom Kitt
Book and Lyrics by Brian Yorkey
Directed by Scott Schwartz
A co-production with the Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre, Atlanta
JANUARY 8 – FEBRUARY 10, 2013
Featuring an electrifying contemporary score of more than 30 songs, this groundbreaking, Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical is an emotional powerhouse. Captivating and ultimately hopeful, Next to Normal aims right for the heart with its story of a suburban family coming to terms with its past and bravely facing its future. The New York Times raves “It is much more than a feel-good musical; it is a feel-everything musical.”
THE BOOK CLUB PLAY
By Karen Zacarias
Directed by Sean Daniels
FEBRUARY 19 – MARCH 24, 2013
Ana is passionate about two things in life – order and Book Club, which she hosts at her home each week. When a documentary filmmaker’s camera injects a new energy into the club meetings and a new member invades, Ana’s world goes topsy-turvy. A delightful comedy about life, love, literature and the side-splitting results when friends start reading between the lines.
THE WHIPPING MAN
By Matthew Lopez
Directed by Tim Ocel
A Co-production with Indiana Repertory Theatre
APRIL 2 – APRIL 28, 2013
At the conclusion of the Civil War, a Jewish Confederate soldier returns to his family’s abandoned plantation in Virginia. Abandoned, that is, except for two of the family’s former slaves: both raised in Judaism. Against the backdrop of a changing America, the three men negotiate their new relationship, honor their shared faith and celebrate newfound freedom during Passover.
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Mark Cuddy and Skip Greer
MAY 8 – JUNE 2, 2013
A quartet of mismatched lovers and a band of bumbling rustics cross paths with the feuding fairy king and queen in a magical moonlit forest on a midsummer night. Weaving three stories of love, magic and perception, Shakespeare’s most popular comedy has been an audience favorite for centuries. An enchanting celebration of love, innocence and imagination for the entire family!
By Nilaja Sun
Performed by Reenah L. Golden
A tour-de-force exploration of one teaching artist’s attempt to engage a class of underachieving students in a tough Bronx high school. Actress Reenah L. Golden transforms into the teachers, students, parents, administrators, janitors, and security guards who inhabit our schools and shape the future of America. An exuberant and devastatingly funny show about the collaborative power of the arts – and the influence one dynamic, determined teacher can have in altering the lives of her students – forever. This production was first performed in the Fielding Nextstage to sell-out houses in 2009.
THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY OF STEVE JOBS
By Mike Daisey
A hilarious and harrowing tale that wittily examines America's most mysterious technology icon and cuts to the bone of some of the most captivating topics in American culture. This razor-sharp monologue of pride, beauty, lust, and industrial design follows the trail of technology all the way to China and back and how one man’s obsession changed the world.
By Peter Sinn Nachtrieb
Directed by Sean Daniels
An Aurora Theatre Production
Bob traces the highly unusual life of Bob, born on Valentine's Day in the bathroom of a White Castle Restaurant. The ensuing rags-to-riches-to-fame-to-fall-to-legacy-to-the love of living life tale follows Bob on the funny, poignant and epic pursuit of his dream. A dream of greatness. The greatness of Bob.