1994 - 1995 Theatre Season
Crimes of The Heart
Written by Beth Henley.
Directed by Kathryn Moller.
This is a play about having very bad days. The Mcgrath sisters are victims of abuses towards women. Having a bad day has become a pattern for these sisters, but they find the courage to survive and change.
Written by Dan Goggin.
Directed by Dinah Leavitt.
This story is about the Little Sisters of Hoboken who raise money to pay for the burial of four sisters. The sisters put a show on in order to raise the money. The original production at the London Furniture Theatre in 1987, won The Outer Critics' Circle awards for best off Broadway musical, best book, and best music. The show is full of fast paced comedy, music and hilarious audience participation.
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Midsummer Night's Dream
Written by William Shakespeare.
Directed by Jean Brody.
This comedy about marriage, love, and trust including fairies, mortals, and immortals. Shakespeare writes about a group of young people in a complicated love triangle run away into the woods. When the fairy king Oberon and his mischievous minion Puck get involved, confusion and humor fill the rest of the play. The lovers all change their minds on who they love, an acting troupe is thrown into chaos when their leader is turned into a donkey, and the queen of the fairy queen Titania falls in love with him. But as with all of Shakespeare's comedies, "All's Well That Ends Well."