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And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little

And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little A comedy by Paul Zindel Directed by Jonathan Wierzbicki July 7 – 22, 2006 The three Reardon sisters have grown up in a house of women, dominated by their mother, who is only recently dead. But time has erased the tender closeness of girlhood and the simmering resentments of […]

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Mayday! (One-Act Dramedy Festival)

Mayday! (One-Act Dramedy Festival) May 19 – 21, 2006 Featuring MAKING CONTACT by Patricia Bosworth, directed by Jennifer Gumpert of Edison, a reclusive author reveals more about herself than she bargained for when an overly inquisitive photographer comes to her sublet apartment for a photo shoot THE M WORD by Alan Ball, directed by Tina […]

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April Fools (One-Act Comedy Festival)

April Fools (One-Act Comedy Festival) March 31 – April 2, 2006 THE LAST TOUCHY-FEELY DRAMA ON THE AMERICAN STAGE by Lee Howard and Greg Gamble, directed by Mark Kalet of Somerset, a ludicrously slow-moving father and son reconciliation theatre piece broken down and overanalyzed by a trio of cruelly detached sportscasters KITTY THE WAITRESS, by […]

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Rounding Third

Rounding Third A comedy by Richard Dresser Directed by Mary Lynn Dobson February 10 – 25, 2006 This new comedy focuses on the tumultuous journey of two Little League coaches through an entire season, from their first tentative meeting to the climactic championship game. Over the course of exhilarating victories, heartbreaking defeats, and interminable rain-outs, […]

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The Day They Shot John Lennon

The Day They Shot John Lennon A drama by James McLure Directed by Stephanie Youngman December 2 – 4, 2005 Comprised of a deftly blended series of encounters between a group of strangers who assemble at the site of John Lennon’s assassination, the play captures the sense of shock and uncomprehending loss which followed that […]

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Never the Sinner

Never the Sinner by John Logan Directed by Michael J. Driscoll September 30 – October 15, 2005 Logan’s drama centers around the sensational 1924 Chicago murder trial of teenagers Nathan Leopold Jr. and Robert Loeb. This exquisite Off-Broadway hit explores the complex relationship between two young men who longed to create a private world of […]

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