Three plays will be presented during Week One (July 5-9): Alex Morridge's The Squirrel is a black comedy about a dysfunctional family; Rob Handel's Millicent Scowlworthy is about a group of teenagers re-enacting a murder that happened in their community; and Jamie Pachino's Splitting Infinity is about a Rabbi and an astrophysicist who wants to prove good does not exist. Rupert, a Tony Award winner for Sweet Charity, and Soule, whose Broadway credits include Dinner at Eight, head a six-person cast under the direction of Matt Shankman.
The offerings during Week Two (July 11-16) are Drew Barr's dark comedy Hitting The Wall starring Leslie Lyles, Tom Mason, Kelly Coffield Park, John Rothman, Patricia Buckley, and Todd Weeks; Joanna Pinto's Gardening Leaves, a two-hander about a British man whose life is turned around by a pretty young Iranian woman; Sheri Wilner's fantastical comedy Father Joy, starring MacKay, Waterston, Reno Roop, and Randall Newsome; and Michael P. Hidalgo's The Butcherhouse Chronicles about four high school students in search of their missing history teacher, with a cast including Chlumsky, Youmans, and Cerveris.
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