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Based on true events, 9 Circles tells the shocking story of a soldier recently discharged after fighting in the War on Terror. Abandoned by his nation and on trial for his life, Private Reeves takes audiences on a haunting psychological journey that penetrates the innermost thoughts of a post-traumatic mind.
What will become of 19-year-old Daniel as he is left to salvage the remains of his own ravaged soul from the horror and chaos of warfare?
Volatile, hypnotizing, and strikingly human, 9 Circles boldly examines some of the toughest issues facing our society in the aftermath of a 13-year war.
Winner of 2010 Sky Cooper New American Play Prize (Marin Theatre Company) for outstanding new work and was a Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award Recipient.
A multiracial orphan girl, growing up in a predominantly white California town in the 1950's, discovers an entirely new sense of self when a black girl from Alabama suddenly appears in her world. Lyrically brimming with passion and humor, Bulrusher is about how we move forward in our lives by learning from our past.
In the tradition of REP's The Mousetrap and Sleuth, this ingeniously constructed thriller packs gasp-inducing surprises and spontaneous laughter into two hours of nerve-wracking adrenaline and tension-smashing hilarity. Dealing with the devious machinations of a writer of thrillers whose recent offerings have been flops, and who is prepared to go to any lengths to improve his fortunes, Deathtrap provides twists and turns and sudden shocks in such abundance that audiences will be held spellbound until the very last moment. Truly one of the greatest mystery thrillers of all time, don't miss this revival of one of Broadway's greatest hits!
One snuck in the back door, so the other could walk in the front.
Why would the shining son of the Nation of Islam seek help from one of the most vilified figures of black American culture? In this knockout new play, San Francisco native and hip-hop theater pioneer Will Power investigates an unlikely friendship of the Civil Rights Era – young heavyweight champ Muhammad Ali and disgraced actor Stepin Fetchit.
"Throws plenty of verbal punches" – The New York Times
Famed Hollywood acting coach Larry Moss directs the Los Angeles premiere of Neil LaBute's "most personal play" which pits two estranged brothers against one another in a search for the truth about their shared past.
Kiss Me, Kate represents the legendary Cole Porter at his very best. It is without a doubt one of the great classics of the American musical theatre, celebrating Shakespeare and the joys, madness, and the rewards of working in the theatre— - both onstage and off. The Pasadena Playhouse production will view the work through a new lens, - using the wonderful material of this celebrated production to showcase the trailblazing African- American touring troupes of the early 20th century. Those "groups of traveling players" that brought the work of the Bard not just to New York City, but to theatres all over the country. Many of the most famous actors of our time owe much to those pioneers, who included such as Hattie McDaniel, Paul Robeson, Earle Hyman, Jane White, and Dorothy Van Eangle. Those brave ac
Jennifer (Emily Peck), a court appointed social worker, is sent to assess Adam's (Alec Frasier) home life six years after he accidentally shot and killed his little brother. She interviews his precocious seven-year-old sister Ruthie, troubled older sister Kaylee (Kelli Anderson), workaholic father Charles (Robert Bella) and drug and alcohol addicted mother Helen (Heidi Sulzman) before finally meeting Adam. The piece smartly personifies the delicate hot-button topic of gun violence in America.
Multiple award-winning playwright/director David Mamet tackles America's most controversial topic in a provocative new tale of sex, guilt and bold accusations. Two lawyers find themselves defending a wealthy white executive charged with sexually assaulting a black woman. When a new legal assistant gets involved in the case, the opinions that boil beneath explode to the surface.
Sharon Tate in Heaven is a one woman odyssey about model and international actress Sharon Tate who made a life in hollywood with her husband Roman Polanski.
At this juncture of August 1969, Sharon Tate has a TV interview in heaven to give a Valentine of love to her husband and loved ones.
This Pulitzer Prize and Drama Critics Circle Award-winning play famously recounts how the faded and promiscuous Blanche DuBois is pushed over the edge by her sexy and brutal brother-in-law, Stanley Kowalski. Considered to be one of the most remarkable plays of our time, the play solidified Tennessee Williams' position as one of the most important young playwrights of his generation.