A funny and irreverent musical revue that pokes fun at love and stress in a world that includes Facebook, Twitter, blogging, texting, YouTube, internet dating and speed dating.
For anyone who has been in love, who has been married, or wants to be, and for anyone who isn't sure if relationships are worth the trouble.
For anyone who has been a parent, or wants to be one, or who has one. For anyone who stresses about the weight, their age, their teenagers, their housework, their job, and the fact that time is going by too quickly.
Conceived and Directed by Merle Garbe
Musical Direction by Michael Leach
Choreography by Larry Westlake
In November 1998, ten New Yorkers set out for Laramie, Wyoming to explore a small town and a horrible crime that occurred there. Over the next year, they conducted interviews with over 200 residents of Laramie. The result is a deeply moving play about bigotry and tolerance, fear and courage, hate and hope.
JOIN THE CAST AND DIRECTOR TO DISCUSS THIS THOUGHT-PROVOKING PLAY. WE WILL BE HOLDING A TALK-BACK IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING EACH PERFORMANCE.
Directed by Mario D'Alimonte
A chance meeting in a restaurant sends a divorced couple flashing back through the highs and lows of their courtship and marriage. It is a hilarious and often heart-breaking look at the rollercoaster ride of a relationship.
Directed by Jacqui Burke
Featuring Mario D'Alimonte & Kelly Ann Woods
PLUS OUR BONUS SHOW ...2 PERFORMANCES ONLY!!!