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The world premiere of DTC's collaboration with Cara Mía Theatre Co., Deferred Action focuses on Javier Mejía, one of the immigrants known as Dreamers who arrived in the USA as an undocumented minor. Now, after years in the States, he finds himself caught in the tangle of existing immigration laws, new presidential policies and the harsh reality of living in the shadows. Javier hopes that temporary administrative mechanisms like Deferred Action will be the answer to his dilemma. But will hope be snatched away? Can politicians who say they are the Dreamers' friends be trusted? Deferred Action follows the lives, loopholes, and dangers of those who dare to dream. Contains drug and alcohol use/references; strong language in English and Spanish; police brutality; and political themes.
Tony®s, Oscars, Grammys … this modern-day classic sparkles with almost as many awards and accolades as its costumes have sequins. Take a trip back to the seminal music scene of the 1960s, when young women sang their way to musical prominence in a man's world. Set in the Motown era that brought us powerhouse voices like Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross—and ultimately Destiny's Child and Beyoncé—Dreamgirls explodes from the stage with legendary songs and timeless appeal. Mature content: drug use; some language.
At the insistence of Queen Elizabeth and by her royal command, Shakespeare was given a mere 14 days to present a play starring the great Falstaff unfettered in love, consumed with lust and exuberant with sensual pleasures.
Beatrice and Benedick disdain love and each other - which makes them a perfect match. If they can't see how much they belong together, perhaps they can be tricked into it. Or maybe the villain Don John will succeed in destroying the marriage between young Claudio and Hero, and poison everyone's faith in love.
We might be on the brink of revolution in Nebraska. Penny, a compulsive and compulsively-watchable candidate for state office enlists the help of Francine, a silver-tongued operative. Francine's husband Jeffrey, a doctor, is lying to his dying patients - one of whom opens his eyes to Penny's nefarious plans for the Cornhusker State. The Totalitarians is a raucous dark comedy about the state of modern political discourse, modern relationships and how easy it is to believe truths without facts.
Circle Theatre's second show of their 35th anniversary season will be the regional premiere of Michael Hollinger's play, Under the Skin. Lou, a man dying of kidney failure, asks his estranged daughter Raina to give him one of hers, and she must decide if she can put her anger aside long enough to save his life. When Raina meets Jarrell, a young man with whom there is an instant connection, sparks fly and secrets are revealed as they grapple with the issues of forgiveness, inheritance and family. Under the Skin explores the question: what does it mean to give a part of yourself to someone else?