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My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady Book & Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Music by Frederick Loewe Directed by Mary Lynn Dobson June 4 – 27, 2004 Based on George Bernard Shaw’s classic Pygmalion, a sassy flower peddler in Covent Garden takes speech lessons from a stodgy phonetician in order to fulfill her dream of working in a flower […]

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Proof

Proof A Drama by David Auburn Directed by Michael J. Driscoll April 16 – May 2, 2004 An energetic young woman faces the challenges of a genius father, an unexpected suitor, and a mysterious mathematical proof – only to realize that love is the most complex equation of all. Winner of the 2000 Tony Award […]

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The Sunshine Boys

The Sunshine Boys A Comedy by Neil Simon Directed by Jeff Dworkin March 5 – 21, 2004 A pair of septuagenarian ex-vaudevillians have long stopped talking to each other over an ancient clash. But when CBS wants to bring them back together again for a television special, old squabbles bubble to the surface.

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They’re Playing Our Song

They’re Playing Our Song Music by Marvin Hamlisch Lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager Book by Neil Simon Director Sharon Schapow January 9 – 31, 2004 He writes the notes, she writes the words, and together they make beautiful music! This is a wonderfully funny, romantic story about an established composer and his relationship with a […]

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Kiss Me Kate

Kiss Me Kate Music & Lyrics by Cole Porter Libretto by Sam & Bella Spewack Directed by JC Gibriano October 31 – November 23, 2003 Welcome to Baltimore and the opening of a musical version of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew! This Tony Award-winning play-within-a-play unfolds as each of the four main cast member’s […]

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Noises Off

Noises Off A Farce by Michael Frayn Directed by Maurice Moran September 12 – 28, 2003 A theater company is staging a traditional British farce called Nothing On, but it’s the real-life farce that develops backstage during the play’s final rehearsal that is the real farce. Amid such comic confusion, will they ever get to […]

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