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The heartwarming tale of friendship between the adorable piglet Wilbur and his wise friend Charlotte the spider comes to life in a fresh new production. The Children's Literature Association named Charlotte's Web "the best American children's book of the past two hundred years," and Tony award nominee Joseph Robinette has written a play that captures this beloved story in a thrilling presentation.
On the day Eurydice is to marry her true love Orpheus, a misstep sends her to the surreal depths of the Underworld. There she has a surprising reunion and must decide whether to follow Orpheus back to the land of the living. This tenderhearted comedy/love story solidified Ms. Ruhl as one of the most important new voices in American theatre. "Rhapsodically beautiful - an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory." - The New York Times
The wickedly festive annual Fringe Show – A Restoration comedy of intrigue, lust, and love set against sensational carnival!
A wickedly hilarious 17th century farce – Adventure with young and dashing Dorante through non-stop laughs, deceptions, and exaggerations!
Shakespeare's wickedly…wicked Scottish play – Follow ambitious Macbeth and his power-hungry wife in the ultimate supernatural thriller, full of ghosts, witches, and of course, blood.
In the midst of a terrible snowstorm, Mollie and Giles Ralston open Monkswell Manor, a remote guesthouse. While they struggle to manage their first day of business, a policeman arrives to investigate a grisly murder. Comedy and chaos ensue, and then – MURDER! Who did it? The mysterious Mr. Paravicini? The odd Miss Casewell? The nervous Christopher Wren? See if you can figure it out! When this mystery debuted in 1952, Christie hoped it would run at least eight months. Little did she know it would become the longest running show in history.
A wickedly witty battle-of-the-sexes comedy – Fall in love with Beatrice and Benedick, both sworn enemies of Cupid, when the men of Don Pedro's army collide with the women of Messina and passions ignite.
Written in 1677, Aphra Behn's The Rover explores three traditional roles for women: nun, wife, or prostitute. The play was scandalous. Why? Because the three central female characters all strive for another role entirely: that of a lover. Set in Naples during the Carnival masquerade, The Rover is a comic romp with an edge. The men are in for a surprise when the women take charge of seduction.
Shotgun Players 2015 Season is dedicated to all female playwrights. A season celebrating plays by women must include Churchill. Marlene is out to celebrate her big promotion at work. And she's earned it – a just reward for years of dedicated service at the Top Girls Employment Agency. If she's had to make sacrifices along the way, they've been worth it. Dancing through history, Churchill's timeless masterpiece Top Girls asks all the right questions about the struggle to "have it all."