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99 is an original rock opera presented as a musical by award-winning director Jonathan Zuck. It is the story of two former soulmates who find each other years later while dealing with political and social upheaval.
Pete, a bureaucrat from the Cleveland Department of the Environment, is tasked with managing a group of protestors (the "99-ers") who have taken over a downtown park. The leader of the 99-ers turns out to be Sarah, his college flame, and while he is thrilled to see Sarah again she crushes him with a rebuke that he is a sell-out. Pete's reaction to the 99-ers featured speaker, "The Gardner" makes Pete wonder if Sarah's right. Meanwhile Henry, who was living in the park, is now made homeless by the very protesters who purport to defend him from the bureaucracy. Opposition Leader, media savvy Captain America, sees an opportunity in Henry's plight and a square off ensues.
Just in time for election season, Round House Theatre and Olney Theatre Center present the 25th Anniversary production of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning juggernaut. Sexuality, religion, and politics collide at the beginning of the AIDS crisis in one of the most celebrated plays of the 20th century. Don't miss Part I: Millennium Approaches & Part II: Perestroika, presented in rotating repertory.
When Annie and Peter decide to adopt, they set their sights on a child from Africa. But just how much of Africa are they willing to bring into their home? Long-buried secrets surface, surprising new tensions with old friends arise, and their marriage is put to the test — all in the face of one startling choice.
In 1941, the German physicist Werner Heisenberg traveled to Copenhagen to meet his Danish counterpart, Niels Bohr. Old friends and colleagues, now they find themselves on opposite sides in a world war and embroiled in a race to create the atom bomb. Why Heisenberg went to Copenhagen, and what he wanted to say to Bohr, are questions that have intrigued and divided historians and scientists ever since. Michael Frayn's Tony Award-winning play about this historic meeting is a classic of modern drama—a meditation on friendship and moral responsibility, intellectually dazzling, and deeply moving that journeys through the realm of science and beyond.
In The Goldfish by Shuping Yang, follow the journey of a Chinese son as his scandalous cousin pays him a sudden visit before his wedding night. Witness the golden son's dilemma unfold as he faces clashes between traditional Confucian values and Western notions of individuality. B.W.A. (Black Woman's Anonymous) by Whitney Geohagan and April Monu explores what it means to be an African American woman in America, addressing the deep-seated issues these women face.
An evening of original plays by Jonelle Walker and Leticia Ridley that focus on women as victims and perpetrators of both systematic and physical violence, in the present as well as in the past.
What is the value of art? This serves as of the primary themes explored in Stephen Sondheim's groundbreaking musical, "Sunday In The Park With George", which imagines the context for the creation of George Seurat's famous painting. The musical depicts the legacy of the artist behind the artwork, George, as he struggles to achieve his vision while maintaining a romantic relationship with Dot.
Queenie and Burrs set out to throw the party to end all parties. Each intent on driving the other wild with jealousy, the night escalates into a deadly game of oneupmanship. With a jazz-steeped score by the Tony and Grammy Award-nominated Andrew Lippa (The Addams Family, Big Fish), this firecracker of a musical holds nothing back.