Marriage: A Demolition in Two Acts

Marriage: A Demolition in Two Acts

Marriage: A Demolition in Two Acts Wayne and Julie embark on that emotional roller-coaster ride known as “renovating the kitchen” when they probably should be renovating their marriage instead. Their contractors are a twenty-something couple with issues of their own. A hilarious new play that looks at renovation addiction, the friction between baby-boomers and millenials, and the nature of lifelong commitment in marriage… and...

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The Secret Mask

The Secret Mask

A funny and moving play about a man who loses his memory and finds his son.  George was a toddler when Ernie walked out on his family. Thirty-eight years later, George is contacted out of the blue to come help his father. Ernie’s stroke has left him with aphasia–a speech disorder–resulting in memory loss and garbled words.  To make sense of their past, the two must work through mutual distrust, fractured memories and a broken looking glass of...

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Shakespeare’s Dog

Shakespeare’s Dog

With his sights on London and his family in Stratford, a young William Shakespeare is torn between the two loves of his life: the theatre and his wife.   Living in a wild world full of unpredictable creatures—beasts, beggars, witch hunters, and actors—William’s family must find a way to cope with their changing Elizabethan world. With four legs, a keen eye, and a sharp tongue, Hooker, Shakespeare’s dog, tells the story of how the Stratford...

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Strike! The Musical

Strike!  The Musical

Old World hatreds collide with New World ambitions in Strike!—an epic story of courage, passion, and hope on a collision course with power. It’s 1919. Brisbane, Seattle, Barcelona. Workers demand their share of the post-war pie but big business and big government say “no” to crippling general strikes. But in Winnipeg, an entire city shuts down for six weeks and becomes the nation’s battleground for the democratic dream. Mike Sokolowski and his...

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The Odyssey

The Odyssey

A beautiful stage adaptation of Homer’s classic epic poem. Odysseus is twenty years gone from Ithaca. Penelope has bluffed and delayed a growing band of murderous suitors, but as threats to her son and kingdom grow, her resolve weakens. Now a beggar arrives at the palace and asks the queen to hold off a new marriage until she’s heard his story—fantastic tales of her husband’s travels among monsters, witches, and gods. Penelope finds...

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