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Phone or Walk-up: Wed–Sat, 12 pm–6 pm
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Peter and the Starcatcher

A Music-Filled Holiday Adventure

Peter and the Starcatcher

By Rick Elice
Based on the novel by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson
Music by Wayne Barker

Directed by Robert Kelley
Musical Direction by William Liberatore

December 3—January 3, 2015

Lucie Stern Theatre

Winner of 5 Tony Awards

RUNNING TIME: Approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes including 15-minute intermission.

A hilarious romp through the Neverland you never knew, this exhilarating prequel to Peter Pan will have you hooked from the moment your imagination takes flight. In a madcap, music-filled adventure for the entire family, a joyful troupe of actors brings dozens of memorable characters to swashbuckling life, creating a whimsical, endlessly inventive celebration of the Boy who never grew up, and the Girl he’ll never forget. “Sensational and enthralling. This show never stops flying.”  
The New York Times 

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2 Pianos 4 Hands

A Virtuoso Comedy

2 Pianos 4 Hands

By Ted Dykstra & Richard Greenblatt

Directed by Tom Frey

January 14—February 8, 2015

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

In a comic coming-of-age journey from Bach and Beethoven to Joplin and Jerry Lee Lewis, two endearing piano students reach the edge of genius only to fall an octave short of stardom. Featuring two grand pianos, two grand actors, and a delightful gallery of pushy parents and eccentric teachers, this acclaimed international hit captures the agony and ecstasy of anyone who’s ever struggled to be the best—at anything!

“Utter enchantment. A grand success.”
New York Post 

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The Lake Effect

A Bold New Drama

The Lake Effect

By Rajiv Joseph

Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

March 4—March 29, 2015

Lucie Stern Theatre

Joseph Jefferson Award, Chicago—Best New Play 2013
West Coast Premiere


Pungent memories of tandoors and tikka masala linger in a shuttered Indian restaurant, where the owner’s grown-up children ponder the legacy of their family business, Dad’s mysterious bookie, and their suddenly entangled lives. New from Pulitzer Prize nominee Rajiv Joseph, this engrossing “Best Play” offers a spicy menu of family secrets, sibling rivalry, and surprising reconciliation, served up by the acclaimed author of The North Pool.
Contains mature language

“Simply brilliant.”
Showbiz Chicago 

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Fire on the Mountain

A Passionate Bluegrass Musical

Fire on the Mountain

By Randal Myler & Dan Wheetman

Directed by Randal Myler
Musical Direction by Dan Wheetman 

April 1—April 26, 2015

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Regional Premiere

From the creators of It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues comes a poignant, passionate musical revue about the lives of mining families in the heart of Appalachia. Alternately exuberant and melancholy, joyous and gripping, it is a bluegrass tribute to the working families of America’s heartland. Told in the unique rhythms of a music all our own, this is a foot-stomping celebration of the culture, hardships, and heroics of life on the Blue Ridge.

“What a rich musical motherlode!”
Seattle Times

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Fallen Angels

An Effervescent Comedy Classic

Fallen Angels

By Noël Coward

Directed by Robert Kelley

June 3—June 28, 2015

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

In this champagne cocktail of elegant wit, effervescent charm, and endless laughter, fabulous friends Jane and Julia learn that the dashing French flame they shared years ago is back in town and eager for a reunion. With husbands on holiday and plenty of bubbly to banish reserve, conspiracy gives way to competition in a sparkling Noël Coward gem, London’s scandalous hit of 1925.

“Comedy heaven.”
Variety

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