By Martin Charnin
This modern musical follows the style of the satirical revues of the 1950’s, with original songs and short-form comedy.
Nov. 5-7 and 12-14
By Moriah Ophardt '09
On October 23, 2002 Chechen separatists stormed a Moscow theatre and took 850 people hostage. Based on interviews with Chechen exiles, this play mines the factual drama of this event to explore what lies beneath such an extreme act of violence.
February 4-6, 11-13 7:30 PM
By András Visky
An existential comedy set in the aftermath of WWII, this play explores the meaning of imprisonment, and how the Grace of relationships gives us hope and sustains us through the bleakest moments of existence.
April 15-17, 22-24 7:30 PM