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4 couples. 3 bedrooms. One hilarious night. Trevor and Susannah, with their marriage on the rocks, invade three bedrooms of their family and friends over the course of an evening, spreading chaos in their wake. Director Maria Aitken (The 39 Steps, Private Lives) returns for this rollicking comedy of marital misunderstandings.
A humorous and introspective Boston-area premiere, The Gift Horse follows Ruth, a successful teacher and artist, whose quick and easy wit masks a painful childhood. With the support of her best friend Ernesto and therapist Brian she finally confronts her tumultuous past in a play infused with nationally-acclaimed playwright Lydia R. Diamond's distinctive voice.
In 1962, Baltimore high school student Tracy Turnblad does not fit the mold and dreams of dancing on the local TV teenage dance program. So, do her African American classmates. Friendship and love grow from breaking through the barriers for both in this heartwarming, story set to a rousing 1960's dance style rhythm and blues score. — Winner of eight Tony Awards.
Tyrone causes trouble. Tyrone breaks things. Tyrone wants to hurt people, which is bad news for Jason, because Tyrone is Jason's sock puppet, and he's refusing to go away. Created as a coping mechanism for a shy and introverted teen, Tyrone now battles Jason for the body that they share, and the church's after-school activities program will never be the same. Robert Askins explodes notions of morality, family and possession of all kinds in this vicious and oddly heart-warming comedy about a boy and his right hand.
Bristling with humor and spiced with intrigue, The Last Schwartz reunites the playwright/director team from last season's hit Out Of Sterno. Deborah Zoe Laufer has penned another brilliantly funny and provocative examination of family life. Paula Plum returns to direct.
An evening about poetry, life callings, and other deep stuff.
In this new comedy show, you'll meet Greg, a bumbling millennial who's dying to figure out the meaning of life — before it's too late. Threading inspiration from the beloved 70s movie musical "Grease," Pulitzer Prize-winning poetry by Mary Oliver, and the AMC T.V. Show Walking Dead, this show is a seriously funny how-to guide on becoming wise. Featuring true stories about growing up and growing old from creators Greg Josselyn and Augusta Alban, with a very special mystery guest.
This raucous, creative comedy with music is theatrical storytelling at its best, a prequel to Peter Pan for grown ups (okay, for children too) that explains how an orphan boy becomes Peter Pan and how an egomaniacal pirate fop became one of theater's most delightful villains. You don't want to miss this 5-time Tony Winner and Cape Cod premiere, filled with shtick, mermaids, a love story and maybe even a guy in a dress.
Seen by over ten million people worldwide, this wildly popular comedy keeps every audience laughing as they try to outwit the suspects and catch the killer. New clues and up to the minute improvisation deliver a different show every night.
Sarah Ruhl's backstage comedy about the perilous nature of love, on-stage and off.