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Current Mainstage Productions

   

Multiple Family Dwelling
March 9 – April 9, 2017
A World Premiere by James Hindman
Secrets from long ago, best left buried, are revealed when Kelly's friend from childhood rents the upstairs apartment that Kelly and her husband own. The two couples find themselves entangled in multiple deceits and betrayals, past and present and no one is truly innocent.

   

& Juliet
May 4 – June 4, 2017
A World Premiere by Robert Caisley
Charlie Vaughn, an idealistic young director comes to a small conservative college campus to stage a production of Romeo & Juliet. When he announces his decision to cast a fourteen year-old boy in the role of Juliet, as was the Elizabethan custom, he challenges the "old school" sensibilities of the campus community and invites the wrath of a young black actress who feels her time is due. As a result, Charlie turns to his new colleague – a thirty-year veteran of the drama department – for advice on how to handle the student's challenge to his authority.

   

Halftime with Don
June 22 – July 30, 2017
A World Premiere by Ken Weitzman
Retired NFL great, Don Devers, has had over thirty surgeries, experiences violent mood swings, and relies on a blizzard of yellow Post-It notes to offset a memory ravaged by traumatic brain injury. But when devoted fan, Ed Ryan, appears at his doorstep, a series of events are put in motion that just may bring Don out of his self-imposed isolation and salvage his life.

   
 

F Theory
August 17 – September 24, 2017
A World Premiere written by and starring Megan Loughran and Alex Trow
Two women meet in college and share a lifelong relationship in this funny, poignant play about what it really means to be a friend.

   

Mutual Philanthropy
October 19 – November 19, 2017
An East Coast Premiere by Karen Rizzo
When the haves and the have nots get together with the intention of mutual benefits – sometimes the benefits are not necessarily thought to be mutually beneficial by all concerned.