Sam Shepard's Fool for Love
Fool for Love focuses on May and Eddie, former lovers who have met again in a motel in the desert. How can love feel so right when you know it's so wrong? A surrealist, romantic, darkly comic, full-length one act. Winner of the 1983 Pulitzer and Obie Awards.
May 9th - Opening Night - SOLD OUT
Tennessee Williams' Summer and Smoke
May 30-June 22
Summer and Smoke is set in Glorious Hill, Mississippi, and centers on Alma Winemiller, a highly strung, unmarried minister's daughter, and the spiritual romance that nearly blossoms between her and John Buchanan Jr., a wild, undisciplined young doctor who grew up next door.
Arthur Miller's The Crucible
The Crucible tells the story of the Salem Witch Trials as a metaphor for the anti-American witch hunts of the 1950s. Miller wrote the play as an allegory for McCarthyism.