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The Woman in Black
By Stephen Mallatratt and Susan Hill
Just in time for Halloween comes this spine tingler: a lawyer hires an actor to tutor him in recounting to family and friends a story that has long troubled him concerning events that transpired when he attended the funeral of an elderly recluse. There he caught sight of the woman in black, the mere mention of whom terrifies the locals, for she is a specter who haunts the neighborhood where her illegitimate child was accidentally killed. Anyone who sees her dies! The lawyer has invited some friends to watch as he and the actor recreate the events of that dark and stormy night. A classic of the genre.
October 13th, 14th, 20th, and 21st at 8 pm and October 15th and 22nd at 3 pm
Tickets $20 for Adults. $15 Seniors and Children.

I Ought To Be in Pictures
By Neil Simon
This charming, hilarious, and uplifting Neil Simon classic focuses on Herb, a Hollywood scriptwriter currently “at liberty” who is surprised when his forgotten past reappears in the form of Libby, a teenage daughter who’s trekked from Brooklyn with dreams of movie stardom. With Steffy, his sometime paramour at his side, Herb decides to take another stab at fatherhood and hopefully this time, get it right…
November 10th, 11th, 17th, and 18th at 8 pm and November 12th and 19th at 3 pm
Tickets $20 for Adults. $15 Seniors and Children.

Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol
By Tom Mula
You know the story of Ebenezer Scrooge but what about his infamous partner, Jacob Marley? Hear the story of A Christmas Carol told from a different perspective in a riotously funny and touching evening of theater that proves redemption is possible for anyone.
December 8th, 9th, 15th, and 16th at 8 pm and December 10th and 17th at 3 pm
Tickets $20 for Adults. $15 Seniors and Children.

God of Carnage
By Yazmin Resa
A playground altercation between eleven-year-old boys brings together two sets of Brooklyn parents for a meeting to resolve the matter. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed, but as the meeting progresses, and the rum flows, tensions emerge and the gloves come off, leaving the couples with more than just their liberal principles in tatters. Winner of the 2009 Tony Award.

“[A] streamlined anatomy of the human animal…delivers the cathartic release of watching other people’s marriages go boom. A study in the tension between civilized surface and savage instinct, this play is itself a satisfyingly primitive entertainment.” —NY Times. “Elegant, acerbic and entertainingly fueled on pure bile. It’s Reza’s sharpest work since ‘Art’.” —Variety. “Brutally entertaining…in another of Christopher Hampton’s exquisite translations, [Reza] cannily manipulates social observations that appeal to vast audiences and creates characters that bring out the best in actors.” —NY Newsday. “Reza has established herself as a master [of] magnificently constructed plays.” —Entertainment Weekly
March 9th, 10th, 16th at 8 pm and March 11th and 18th at 3 pm
Tickets $20 for Adults. $15 Seniors and Children.
*There will be no performance on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th*

The Pillowman
By Martin McDonagh
With echoes of Stoppard, Kafka, and the Brothers Grimm, THE PILLOWMAN centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a series of murders. The result is an urgent work of theatrical bravura and an unflinching examination of the very nature and purpose of art.
April 13th, 14th, 20th, and 21st at 8 pm and April 15th and 22nd at 3 pm
Tickets $20 for Adults. $15 Seniors and Children. 

Lobby Hero
By Kenneth Lonergan
When Jeff, a luckless young security guard, is drawn into a local murder investigation, loyalties are strained to the breaking point. As Jeff’s tightly wound supervisor is called to bear witness against his troubled brother, and an attractive rookie cop finds she must stand up to her seasoned partner, truth becomes elusive and justice proves costly.

“Soon after making the year’s best movie, You Can Count on Me, Kenneth Lonergan delights us with his irrepressible LOBBY HERO, confirming him as a comic wizard.” —NY Magazine. “A masterpiece. The best drama, the best comedy and the best romance of the year, all rolled into one.” —Time Out NY.
May 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th at 8 pm and May 13th and 20th at 3 pm
Tickets $20 for Adults. $15 Seniors and Children.

True West
By Sam Shepard
This American classic explores alternatives that might spring from the demented terrain of the California landscape. Sons of a desert-dwelling alcoholic and a suburban wanderer clash over a film script. Austin, the achiever, is working on a script he has sold to producer Sal Kimmer when Lee, a demented petty thief, drops in. He pitches his own idea for a movie to Kimmer, who then wants Austin to junk his bleak, modern love story and write Lee’s trashy Western tale. A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
June 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th, at 8pm and June 10th and 17th at 3 pm
Tickets $20 for Adults. $15 Seniors and Children.