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Triangle

A Musical Journey Through Time

Triangle

Music by Curtis Moore   Lyrics by Thomas Mizer
Book by Thomas Mizer, Curtis Moore, & Joshua Scher
Directed by Meredith McDonough
Musical Direction by James Sampliner

July 8—August 2, 2015

Lucie Stern Theatre

In an inspiring journey through time, a high-tech scientist learns that his New York lab was once the site of the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, and discovers his mysterious connection to several of its Jewish immigrant victims. In this compelling contemporary musical, parallel affairs unfold a century apart, interweaving two star-crossed couples willing to risk everything they have, and believe, for love. Don’t miss this favorite from TheatreWorks’ New Works Festival.

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Marie and Rosetta

A Gospel Journey

Marie and Rosetta

By George Brant
Directed by Neil Pepe

August 8—August 17, 2015

Lucie Stern Theatre

With competition growing on the 1940s Gospel Circuit, Sister Rosetta Tharpe unveils a new partner, a beauty with a voice made in heaven. Will they blend, will they break, will life’s truths and tragedies find harmony at last?

8/8 @ 8pm • 8/12 @ 8pm • 8/15 @ 4pm

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Man and Beast

A Dark Comedy with Bite

Man and Beast

By Lynn Rosen
Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

August 9—August 17, 2015

Lucie Stern Theatre

As his predictable life crumbles around him, a white social worker cares for a black client who cares for an orange tiger. Does everyone bite the hand that feeds them? Caregiving has rarely been more conflicted, or complex.

8/9 @ 2pm • 8/15 @ 8pm

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The Man in the Ceiling

An Illustrated Musical Comedy

The Man in the Ceiling

Music & Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Book by Jules Feiffer
Based on the illustrated novel by Jules Feiffer
Directed by Jeffrey Seller

August 9—August 17, 2015

Lucie Stern Theatre

Someday he’ll be an artist! But for now, Jimmy is a flop as a boy: hopeless in class, helpless at sports, clueless as Mom and Dad. Can you find happiness with just a pen? A Pulitzer Prize cartoonist joins a Tony-nominated composer to find out.

8/9 @ 7pm • 8/13 @ 8pm • 8/16 @ 3pm

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The There There

The Cycle of Romance

The There There

By Jason Gray Platt
Directed by Courtney Sale

August 11—August 17, 2015

Lucie Stern Theatre

Love lost. Love found. Love beckons, bewilders, grieves, and heals. We invent technology to define it, to protect it, to connect us ever more closely. And still, love breaks. But sometimes, played out over half a century, love lasts.

8/11 @ 8pm • 8/15 @ 12 noon

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Confederates

A High Stakes Drama

Confederates

By Suzanne Bradbeer
Directed by Lisa Rothe

August 14—August 17, 2015

Lucie Stern Theatre

Dad’s running for President. Daughter’s running wild. Reporters are running out of time. Then someone unfurls a Confederate flag. This headline-hunting political drama is a fresh, fascinating, and intense look at today’s muckraking media.

8/14 @ 8pm • 8/16 @ 7pm

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The Paper Rain Coat

A New Musical in Concert

The Paper Rain Coat

By Alex Wong, Amber Rubarth, & Devon Copley

August 14—August 17, 2015

Lucie Stern Theatre

SPECIAL LATE NIGHT EXTRA

Featuring songs from their new musical in development and hits from their self-titled album, New York’s nationally-touring (with Vienna Teng!) indie band The Paper Raincoat chronicles a woman’s poignant, memory-driven journey into what might have been.

8/14 @ 10:30pm

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Meet the Artists

Panel

Meet the Artists

August 16—August 17, 2015

Lucie Stern Theatre

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.

8/16 @ 12 noon

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The Country House

The Hit Broadway Comedy

The Country House

By Donald Margulies
Directed by Robert Kelley

August 26—September 20, 2015

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Northern California Premiere

A revered stage and film star summons her show-biz family to her Berkshires home for a summer stock season soon overstocked with memories. In a Chekhovian blend of sophisticated comedy and poignant drama, they grapple with fame, art, the promise of romance, and the frustration of faded dreams—and as always, each other. This recent Broadway hit is the latest from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Dinner with Friends.
Contains mature language.

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Proof

A Brilliant Contemporary Drama

Proof

By David Auburn
Directed by Leslie Martinson

October 7—November 1, 2015

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Pulitzer Prize for Drama—Tony Award Best Play

Proof is a riveting drama of the heart, a compelling tale of a faded mathematical genius and his brilliant but damaged daughter, a young woman caught in a quest for legitimacy in the male-dominated world of top-level science. It is a mystery of family instability and fledgling attraction, an exhilarating, funny, and fulfilling tribute to the humanity that permeates our world of equations, equivocations, and codes.
Contains mature language.

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tokyo fish story

A Delectable Comic Drama

tokyo fish story

By Kimber Lee
Directed by Kirsten Brandt

March 9—April 3, 2016

Lucie Stern Theatre

Northern California Premiere

Generations, gender, and tradition collide as a revered Sushi Master struggles to preserve ancient artistry in a society obsessed with change. In pursuit of perfection, Koji inspires his brilliant protégé of a son, intimidates a parade of young apprentices, and discovers that in today’s world, even a three-star chef has much to learn. Set in a legendary sushi restaurant, this warm-hearted comic drama was a highlight of TheatreWorks’ New Works Festival.
Contains mature language.

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Cyrano

The Swashbuckling Romance

Cyrano

By Edmund Rostand    
Translated by Michael Hollinger
Adapted by Michael Hollinger & Aaron Posner
Directed by Robert Kelley

April 6—May 1, 2016

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Regional Premiere

Alive with swashbuckling swordplay, witty wordplay, and irresistible romance, this classic tale of unrequited passion and panache flows from the rollicking theatres of 17th century Paris to distant battlements long besieged. Here literature’s greatest love triangle evolves in a modern, intimate, and good-humored adaptation that entangles the enchanting heiress Roxane, handsome cadet Christian, and nose-challenged swordsman Cyrano in the love affair of a lifetime.

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The Velocity of Autumn

An Explosive Comedy

The Velocity of Autumn

By Eric Coble
Directed by GIovanna Sardelli

June 1—June 26, 2016

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Regional Premiere

An octogenarian artist has barricaded herself in her Brooklyn brownstone, booby-trapped with enough homemade bombs to take out the neighborhood. In a wry, spirited quest to “not go gentle” into a retirement home, Alexandra battles both the fears of her family and the ravages of time, negotiating the terms of her future with a long-estranged son with battles of his own.
Contains mature language.

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