Sep 9 - Sep 30, 2018 | Book by Todd Almond, Music & Lyrics by Matthew Sweet

Director: M. Bevin O'Gara
Music Director: Mason McDowell; Choreographer: Harmony Malone
With: Jonathan Melo*, Woody White

Summer, 1993; small town Nebraska. College-bound, football playing Mike has everything figured out. At least until he meets Will, a quiet boy from his graduating class. This indie-pop musical based on the album "Girlfriend" by Matthew Sweet captures the thrill of first love–and how we discover each other and ourselves through the mixtapes we make.

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Oct 21 - Nov 4, 2018 | By Julia Cho

Director: Diego Arciniegas
With: Beth Dixon*, Matthew J. Harris*, and Amelia Windom*

Mrs. K has recently retired after teaching piano in her living room for 30 years. Alone and curious about what became of the children she once saw weekly, Mrs. K picks up the phone, calling former students in the hopes they'll come for a visit and a cookie. When a former prodigy arrives at her doorstep, the memories of happy afternoons by the piano quickly unravel in the face of a truth darker than anything she could have imagined.

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Nov 25 - Dec 9, 2018 | By Lisa Kron

Director: Zoë Golub-Sass  With: Lena Kaminsky*

Flip through the Kron family archives–from the annual Ohio amusement park vacation to the father-daughter journey to Auschwitz to see where his parents were killed–as one woman takes on the big things, the little things, and the unexpected ironies that tie them all together. From playwright Lisa Kron (Fun Home) comes an unexpected tragicomedy about coming to terms with where–and who–you come from.

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Jan 27 - Feb 17, 2019 | By Jen Silverman

Director: Caitlin Lowans  
With: Susannah Berryman*, Maureen Keiller*

Meet Sharon, a fifty-something recent divorcee, and Robyn, her mysterious new roommate from the Bronx. As the two learn to live with each other–and their baggage–in Sharon's Iowa City home, they start to see what's missing in their lives. A laugh-out-loud comedy of moving boxes, new beginnings, questionable business ventures, and a little bit of marijuana. 

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Mar 10 - Mar 31, 2019 | By Marco Ramirez

Director: Pirronne Yousefzadeh With:

It's the height of the Jim Crow era and Jay "The Sport" Jackson is fighting to be the first African American heavyweight world champion. Join the crowd ringside as he bobs and weaves his way through a segregated country, trying to stay on his feet. Inspired by the story of ground-breaking boxer Jack Johnson, The Royale examines what it takes to gain a place in history. 

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April 21 - May 5, 2019 | By George Brant

Director: M. Bevin O'Gara
With: Kate MacCluggage*

An unexpected pregnancy ends an ace fighter pilot's career in the sky. Reassigned to operate military drones from a windowless trailer outside Las Vegas, she hunts terrorists by day and returns to her family each night. As the pressure to track a high-profile target mounts, the boundaries begin to blur between the desert in which she lives and the one she patrols half a world away.

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Jun 2 - Jun 23, 2019 | By Nina Raine

Director: M. Bevin O'Gara  With: Joey Caverly*, Karl Gregory*, Adrianne Krstansky*, Dean Robinson*

Billy, born deaf into a fast-talking, academic family, was never taught sign language. Pushed by his parents to assimilate into the hearing world by reading lips, he has spent most of his life flying under the radar. But when a young woman introduces him to the Deaf community, Billy decides it is time his family learns to communicate with him on his terms. Told in spoken English and sign language, Tribes explores the danger of not listening—and what it means to be truly heard.

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