Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim • Book by George Furth
Directed by Cindy Sadler
Musical Direction by Adam Philley
April 6-7, 2019

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Past 2018-19 Productions

The Nina Variations
by Steven Dietz
Directed by Logan Sledge
February 14-17, 2019

In Steven Dietz’s clever, fierce and heartbreaking tribute to The Seagull, Chekhov’s star-crossed lovers meet over and over again. In forty-three variations on their famous final scene, the young actress Nina and the young writer Treplev pit their vibrant wit and uprising passions against one another in a fast-paced tour de force of romantic entanglement. In scene after scene, they try to say all the things that were never said, but may have been thought, in Chekhov’s original. And by finally speaking their minds, they allow for the possibility that they might find to each other in the end.





Living Dead in Denmark
by Qui Nguyen
Directed by Senior Tessa Anderson
November 15-18, 2018

When the dead run! Living Dead in Denmark is an action-adventure/horror sequel to William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Set five years after the events of the original, the undead have risen to power and are trying to take over the world, led by the zombie lord and true king of Denmark. A clash of the undead titans ensues!







Picasso at the Lapin Agile
by Steve Martin
Directed by Logan Sledge
September 27-30, 2018

Comedian Steve Martin’s absurd comedy of historical fiction, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, has Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso meet in a bar in Paris in 1904, the year before Einstein’s theory of relativity and Picasso’s transition into cubism. The two celebrities of science and art spar for their fields, surrounded by a cast of supporting characters from the turn of the century and beyond. The anachronistic, self-referential, and self-aware nature of this short one-act enraptures audiences into thinking about the role both science and art play in our lives, the men (and women) who inspire genius, and the philosophies that shape our world over the modern centuries.