by Will Eno - February 21, 22 and 28, March 1 All 8PM
March 2 - 2PM
Mary Swanson just moved to Middletown. About to have her first child, she is eager to enjoy the neighborly bonds a small town promises. But life in Middletown is complicated: neighbors are near strangers and moments of connection are fleeting. Middletown is a playful, poignant portrait of a town with two lives, one ordinary and visible, the other epic and mysterious. A tart play which captures life's absurd beauty via a steady stream of gorgeous little comments on big things.
by Euripides, adapted by Robinson Jeffers - April 25, 26 and May 2, 3 All 8PM
May 4 - 2PM
Medea is indeed a kind of thrill ride, propelling us along, careening on the edge of precipices from which we get fearful glimpses of the darkness of human nature. Haunting Western theater for centuries, the Medea myth presents one of the strongest characters ever to appear on stage. This adaptation of Euripides' Greek classic by Robinson Jeffers reaffirms his preeminent place among modern poets. A seminal drama of love, betrayal, and revenge.