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March 2017

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Mar. 31 to Apr. 1, 2017

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Run: Mar. 31 to Apr. 1, 2017


LBP NEW WORKS FESTIVAL Company: LBP, Anna Kate Mohler producing Dates: March 31 &  April 1 @ 8pm Tickets: $10.00 Description: The annual festival nurtures emerging and established playwrights to develop new scripts. Reading 100+ scripts a year, the New Works Literary Committee chooses two top plays to receive a staged reading with critical feedback from professional theatre critics and audience talk back. THE WINNING SHOWS: THE OTHER GENIUS a farce by Steven Haworth Stage Reading: Saturday, April, 1st at 8pm Reading…

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April 2017

Winner of the 2013 Tony Award for Best Play, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike is one of the most lauded and beloved Broadway plays of recent years. Comedically employing many themes from Anton Chekov’s works, we are treated to an examination of sibling rivalry, redemption, voodoo, and showbiz. When Vanya and Sonia’s quiet life is disrupted by their movie star sister Masha’s return to the family home, not even Disney can come to the rescue. A collection of…

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June 2017

An incessantly ringing cell phone disturbs a woman sitting at a café table. She is furious at the owner for not picking up the call, until she discovers he’s dead. So begins Dead Man’s Cell Phone, a wildly imaginative new dramatic comedy. This work about how we memorialize the dead, and how that remembering changes us, is the odyssey of a woman confronting her own assumptions about morality, redemption, and the need to connect in a technologically obsessed world.  This…

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July 2017

What if the classic romantic comedy, Cyrano DeBergerac, was set in modern day Wyoming?  What if the large-nosed protagonist was now an Asian American High School English teacher and his love interest was the beautiful new Asian American teacher with a preference for dating white guys? Will he help his cowboy friend win the girl, or make his own feelings known?  With quick-paced banter and witty repartee, this delightful romantic comedy addresses the issues of inter-racial relationships and platonic loyalty.…

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September 2017

This critically acclaimed, award-winning evening of comedic short plays combines wit, intellect, satire and just plain fun. David Ives’ collection of six fast-paced glimpses into the eccentricities of life, love, communication, and dating will shine a light at just how absurd our daily lives can become.  The characters you will meet are diverse, bizarre, complex and unerringly familiar as the audience is taken on a joy-ride through the human condition – a couple on their first date, a room of…

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October 2017

In the pre-Nazi Germany of the 1930s, decadence is rampant.  The raucous entertainment of the seamy Kit Kat Club reflects the lives of those drifters that frequent and perform on its stage. From the enigmatic Emcee, to the wounded Sally Bowles, to a mature couple dealing with the difficulties of the prevalent antisemitism that flourishes around them, these familiar characters will reignite the sense of despair and danger so commonly found in fascist regimes.  All balanced with the unforgettable songs…

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