Our 2018 - 2019 season is ...
By Martyna Majok
At a bus stop in a run-down New Jersey town, Darja, an immigrant cleaning lady, is
done talking about feelings; it's time to talk money. Over the course of 20 years,
three relationships, and three presidents, Darja negotiates for her future and that
of her son with men who can offer her love or security, but never both..
October 5-6 & 10-13
By Samuel Beckett
A classic tour-de-force play that prompts questions about co-dependence and the meaning
of existence with a savage wit.
November 9-10 & 13–16
By Nick Payne
When boy meets girl, almost any future is possible. But what if we applied theoretical
physics to explore them? A love story for the nerd in each of us.
February 22–24, 28 & March 1–2
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Beatrice is a sharp witted, independent woman. Benedict is a confirmed bachelor who
makes fun of love. Shakespeare knew that opposites attract and sparks fly when his
comic genius brings them together amidst a backdrop of deception and revenge.
April 13-14, 17 & 25–27
Friday and Saturday night performances are at 8pm; other weekday performances are
at 7pm, and Sunday performances are at 2pm.
Public Q & A sessions follow the performances:
October 11 - Ironbound
November 15 - Endgame
February 28 - Constellations
April 25 - Much Ado About Nothing