"Lion in the Streets" is a nightmare of surrealistic images following a young girl Isobel. She is trying to tackle the miseries of the world and figure out her own life. This discovery gives her the passion and determination to move forward.
Music by Galt MacDermot
Lyrics/Book by James Rado, Gerome Ragni
Directed by Colleen Daley
One of the “big three” rock musicals, Hair is a product of the hippie counterculture and sexual revolution of the 1960s. This show contains nudity, explicit language, drug use, and sexual themes. This show has interactive components.
Show Dates: June 9-11, 16-18, 23-25
Show opens at 8 PM.
This collection of “Fairy Tales for Grown-Ups” is not for the easily offended. But, if you like satirical social commentary, then you’re going to love this outrageous send up of advertising, politics, celebrity, religion, word usage, rampant capitalism, television, the Internet, and much, much more!
Performances: Jan 21, 22, 23; 28, 29, 30; Feb 4, 5, 6. Show opens at 8 PM
Written by Hannah Moscovitch
Directed by Ryan Bassett
It’s 1970. Rudi stands outside his father’s study in Paraguay for the first time in seven years. After a long absence, he’s been compelled to return to his family’s home. But Paraguay isn’t his home: he was born in a small hospital in Berlin in 1945, just as his father was losing the war.