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Confederates

A High Stakes Political Drama

Confederates

By Suzanne Bradbeer
Directed by Lisa Rothe

7月 13—8月 7, 2016

Lucie Stern Theatre

WORLD PREMIERE

Father’s running for President. Daughter’s running wild. And the press is running out of time. With the campaign in full swing, someone unfurls a confederate flag and the scandal hits the fan. The provocative hit of TheatreWorks’ 2015 New Works Festival, this headline-hot political drama is a fresh, fascinating look at today’s muckraking media and the world it relentlessly pursues.

Contains mature language.

 


Something Wicked This Way Comes

A Haunting Musical Thriller

Something Wicked This Way Comes

Based on the novel by Ray Bradbury
Music & Lyrics by Neil Bartram
Book by Brian Hill
Directed by Brian Hill

8月 13—8月 20, 2016

Lucie Stern Theatre

STAGED READING

1938. A tiny town. A mysterious carnival. A time-traveling carousel. Freaks and fireworks, lingering memories. And two boys bent on escaping the midway of life to find adventure, and themselves. Look there! In the dark—a tuneful, tantalizing musical parable for all ages and all time.

8/13 @ 8pm • 8/17 @ 8pm • 8/20 @ 4pm



Gravity

A Newtonian Musical

Gravity

Created by Joel Chapman, Weston Gaylord, Matt Herrero, Jessia Hoffman, and Ken Savage

8月 14—8月 14, 2016

Lucie Stern Theatre

STAGED READING

Modern day physicist Sophie travels back in time to 1666, meeting young Isaac Newton but upsetting the applecart of history in the process. An original comedy with a fresh, contemporary score, Gravity is a delightful tale of romance, feminism, and the art of science. 

8/14 @ 3pm


The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga

From the Funny Page to the Stage

The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga

Book, Music, & Lyrics by Min Kahng
Based on Manga Yonin Shosei by Henry Yoshitaka Kiyama
Translated as The Four Immigrants by Frederik L. Schodt
Directed by Leslie Martinson
 

8月 14—8月 20, 2016

Lucie Stern Theatre

STAGED READING

In a comic musical drawn from one of the first graphic novels ever created, four endearing Japanese immigrants discover turn-of-the-twentieth-century America as a world of both possibility and prejudice. Can they succeed with limited options in the land of opportunity?

8/14 @ 7:30pm • 8/18 @ 8pm • 8/20 @ 8pm



Archduke

The Drama of a New Century

Archduke

By Rajiv Joseph
Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

8月 16—8月 20, 2016

Lucie Stern Theatre

STAGED READING

Can one man, one moment, define a century? Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph explores the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, 1914—the flash that lit the fuse of World War I.

8/16 @ 8pm • 8/20 @ 12 noon



I Enter the Valley

Of Love and Lust

I Enter the Valley

By Dipika Guha
Directed by Kirsten Brandt

8月 19—8月 21, 2016

Lucie Stern Theatre

STAGED READING

Augusto has loved, must love. Now in the twilight of life, the famous poet gathers lovers like birds, each with gifts to give, memories to take, dreams to share. But who will remain when summer ends? Inspired by the life of Pablo Neruda.

8/19 @ 7pm • 8/21 @ 3pm



Eddie the Marvelous, Who Will Save  the World

An Innovative New Musical

Eddie the Marvelous, Who Will Save the World

Book, Music, and Lyrics by Kate Kilbane and Dan Moses
Directed by Becca Wolff

8月 19—8月 21, 2016

Lucie Stern Theatre

STAGED READING

Eddie the Marvelous fronts a band, struts the stage, saves the world. Eddie the Real can’t leave the house, can’t hold a job, can’t keep a friend. His mom makes every sacrifice, but when she finds a new man neither Eddie knows what to say or what to sing. 

8/19 @ 9:30pm • 8/21 @ 7pm




Meet the Artists

Meet the Artists

8月 21—8月 21, 2016

Lucie Stern Theatre

PANEL

The Festival’s featured playwrights and composers share their anecdotes and insights into creating brave new works for the American Theatre. Bring your questions and become a part of the conversation with writers who are shaping the theatre landscape of tomorrow.

8/21 @ 12 noon



The Life of the Party

A Joyous musical Revue

The Life of the Party

A Celebration of the Songs of Andrew Lippa

Conceived by David Babani & Andrew Lippa
Music & Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Directed by David Babani

8月 24—9月 18, 2016

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

American Premiere  
      
Reprising its hit run in London, this spectacular musical evening stars renowned Tony Award-nominated composer Andrew Lippa and friends in a sexy, tantalizing revue of hits from Broadway’s hilarious The Addams Family and tender Big Fish, his award-winning The Wild Party, poignant I Am Harvey Milk, and many more. Expect sensational surprises along the way in this laugh-filled evening of song and sophistication.

Contains mature subject matter.



Outside Mullingar

A Wry Romantic Comedy

Outside Mullingar

By John Patrick Shanley
Directed by Robert Kelley

10月 5—10月 30, 2016

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Tony Award Nominee, Best Play 2015 / Regional Premiere

With a touch of blarney and a wealth of heart, the Oscar, Pulitzer, and Tony Award-winning author of Moonstruck and Doubt conjures up a wry and wondrous romantic comedy with a dark Irish twist. Family feuds and rustic fences have kept two eccentric, lovelorn neighbors apart since childhood, but in this passionate, compassionate Broadway hit it’s never too late to take a chance on love.