12 Jun Much Ado About Nothing

FREE SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK – Much Ado About Nothing Directed by Jon Tracy. Sept 12—Oct 4. Saturday and Sundays at 4pm at John Hinkel Park. The original romantic comedy? Perhaps. Much Ado About Nothing is certainly one of them, and without question one of the best. With...

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22 Feb Glengarry Glen Ross

Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet. Sunday April 26th through Sunday May 24th. (Preview on April 25th). Directed by Michael Storm. David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy about working class real estate salesmen trying to eke out a living in the fast paced economy of the 1980s and claim their piece...

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07 Apr Fire Work

Fire Work by Lauren Gunderson. Directed by Mina Morita. SEPT 26 – OCT 19 Fri-Sat, 8pm & Sun 5pm (No Sun show SEPT 28) Pay-what-you-can previews: (SEPT 18, 19, 20, 25, all at 8pm) Featuring:  Rinabeth Apostol*,  Brian Herndon*, Aleph Ayin Don’t miss the latest installment in this playwright’s meteoric rise to national...

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01 Jul Boy Gets Girl

Boy Gets Girl by Rebecca Gilman. June 20 through July 20, 2014. (Preview on June 19th). Directed by Michael Storm. What happens when the Rom Com goes wrong? With this intelligent and thought provoking script, TheatreFirst tackles another tough subject: Where is the line between appropriate romantic attraction and stalking?...

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01 Jul Escanaba in da Moonlight

Escanaba in da Moonlight by Jeff Daniels. February 7 through March 8, 2014. (Preview on February 6th). Directed by Michael Storm. You asked for comedy! Well, many of you did. Jeff Daniels’ tale of the Soady Family Deer Camp and its kooky inhabitants makes for a truly hilarious evening. The story...

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01 Jul Orlando

Orlando by Sarah Ruhl. August 16 through September 15, 2013. (Preview on August 15th). Directed by Domenique Lozano. Based on the Virginia Woolf novel, Orlando by Sarah Ruhl tells the story of a young nobleman who is drawn into a love affair with Queen Elizabeth I. For a time, life...

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24 Feb Newsletter-March 2012

* Artistic Director's Corner I avoided Oleanna for 15 years. People said things about the play that made me think I wouldn’t be interested in it. Then, the summer before last, I read the play. And read it over and over again. At first, I found myself...

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