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Sherlock Holmes is on the case. Comedic genius Ken Ludwig (Lend Me a Tenor, Moon Over Buffalo) transforms Arthur Conan Doyle's classic The Hound of the Baskervilles into a murderously funny adventure. The male heirs of the Baskerville line are being dispatched one by one. To find their ingenious killer, Holmes and Watson must brave the desolate moors. Under the direction of Amanda Dehnert, five transformable actors will bring this spine-tingling Victorian whodunit to life with sheer inventiveness and enormous heart. Get ready for a joyful, mischievous, comedy thriller that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Alex More is an underemployed actor who is hired for the oddest of odd jobs – toiling in the basement "mall" of a famous actress. Equal parts fantasy and farce, Buyer & Cellar is a hilarious examination of the pressures of fame and perfection, hailed by Entertainment Weekly as,"Hilarious! Beyond Brilliant. This show will go down 'like buttah!'"
The season closes with a new work from playwright Rachel Bonds. Five Mile Lake paints a portrait of a group of young people, yearning to make the right choices—and facing the choices they have already made—as they journey into their thirties in a rapidly transforming world. Directed by Emily Mann, Five Mile Lake continues McCarter's tradition of introducing major new plays and writers to the American stage (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, The Convert, and Anna in the Tropics).
Rachel Bonds' Five Mile Lake is a stunning new play by an astonishingly talented writer. With exquisite care, Bonds paints a moving portrait of a group of young people, yearning to make the right choices—and facing the choices they have already made—as they journey into their thirties in a rapidly transforming world. Directed by Emily Mann, Five Mile Lake McCarter's tradition of introducing major new plays and writers to the American stage (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, The Convert, and Anna in the Tropics). Don't miss this funny, tender, and heart-wrenching play about those who stay, and those who go away.
While taking a walk in the forest, Goldilocks stumbles upon a house. Hungry and tired, she enters and sees three bowls of porridge, three chairs and three beds. Which one of the three of each will suit her? What will the three bears find when they return home? Join us to see what happens!
A wildly funny, surprising and devastating tale of survival as seen through the lens of a troubling relationship between a young girl and an older man. How I Learned to Drive is the story of a woman who learns the rules of the road and life from behind the wheel.
The Rowan Opera Company presents Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's beloved tale which follows a love-struck prince on an adventure to rescue a kidnapped princess, despite unexpected trials and challenges on his journey through a magical land.
The show by which all other shows are measured! Based on Shaw's play and Pascal's movie Pygmalion, with book, music and lyrics by Lerner and Loewe, My Fair Lady is simply triumphant. The fun begins when Professor Henry Higgins takes on the challenge to transform a young lower-class girl into an upper-class aristocrat. With songs like "Wouldn't It Be Lovely," "With a Little Bit of Luck," "The Rain in Spain," "I Could Have Danced All Night," "On the Street Where You Live," "Get Me to the Church On Time" and "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face," it's no wonder everyone - not just Henry Higgins - falls in love with Eliza Doolittle. Don't miss the show that has been called "the perfect musical."
Join us for an elegant evening of beautiful music as we bring you a musical revue covering all the popular tunes from the wonderful world of opera and operetta. Music from such greats as Carmen, Tosca, L'Elisir D'amore, Turandot, La Boheme, La Traviata and more. If you're not already an opera lover, you're sure to be one after you hear some of the best voices in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and NYC sing these classics!
So, Einstein and Picasso walk into a bar, and……the punch line to this joke is in The Pennington Player's production of this imaginative comedy, written by performer and comedian Steve Martin, yes, that Steve Martin. While the play is not exactly a classic, you can't get more museum quality than these two classic visionary figures, one who is on the verge of publishing his Theory of General Relativity and one who is close to painting Les Demoiselles d'Avignon-his groundbreaking foray into modern art. And you can't get funnier than this imaginary meeting between the two in a bar at the turn of the 20th Century.
A comic-drama about Emily Linder, an eccentric, retired university professor, who has come to the "realization" that she knows the exact day that she will pass away. She gathers her two daughters to her side to inform them of her imminent demise and to give each of them explicit instructions and assignments to fulfill prior to her earthly departure.
The Mercer County Community College Theater and Dance Program bring you this Concours d'Elegance of young love. Featuring a stylistic synergy between Prokofiev's memorable ballet and William Shakespeare's unforgettable drama, the most exciting parts of each seamlessly will combine in grand proportion. Shakespeare's words bleed into Prokofiev's score while acting and dance merge as do a pair of star crossed lovers to emphasize the ties that bind action and character to the final tragic outcome. This show of love, by acting's and dancing's ripening breathes, may prove a beauteous flower when next we meet…
Tragic, romantic, hilarious, and uplifting, this tragi-comedy masterpiece is one of Shakespeare's most elegant and haunting plays. This beautiful, music-filled, and magical classic celebrates redemption, reconciliation, and the mending of broken hearts. Coming up to the finish-line of our season, Shakespeare '70 brings us princes and princesses, disguised identities, jealous kings, oracles, pickpockets, and one ravenous bear.
When liberal, Upper West Side resident Judith befriends Zeke, a highly educated yet once-homeless man she meets at a soup kitchen, their fragile hold on history begins to slip. Tony Award-winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson (director of Two River's critically acclaimed productions of August Wilson's Jitney and Two Trains Running) brings us a provocative, daring, and immensely powerful world-premiere drama about race, sacrifice, and legacy.