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Max McLean brings to life one of the most engaging personalities of our age and takes audiences on Lewis's fascinating journey from atheism to Christianity. Adapted exclusively from Lewis's writings, McLean inhabits Lewis from the death of his mother and his estranged relationship with his father through the experiences that led him from vigorous debunker to arguably the most vibrant and influential Christian intellectual of the 20th century. Experience a joyous evening of Lewis's entertaining wit and fascinating insight.
In the midst of the holiday bustle, young Brooklyn couple Elias and Jenny escape on a much needed getaway to a cozy bed-and-breakfast in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. However, under the watchful eye of the cheery, if slightly off, innkeeper, a ghost seems to haunt their crumbling relationship.
With her trademark rough-edged humanity, observant humor, and lyrical beauty, playwright Annie Baker (The Flick) blends the hyper-real with flickers of the supernatural in a quietly suspenseful and transfixing work.
Potted Potter, the New York and West End smash hit, has garnered rave reviews from New York to Nashville to Chicago to Mexico City. The show takes on the ultimate challenge of condensing all seven Harry Potter books (and a real-life game of Quidditch) into 70 hilarious minutes. This fantastically funny show features fans' favorite characters, a special appearance by a fire-breathing dragon, umpteen costumes, brilliant songs, ridiculous props, and a generous helping of Hogwarts magic! Even if you don't know the difference between a Horcrux and a Hufflepuff, Potted Potter will make you roar with laughter. This piece of family entertainment is perfect for ages six to Dumbledore (who is very old indeed).
It's 1969, and the civil rights movement is sending tremors through Pittsburgh's Hill District. At the center of the community is Memphis Lee's diner, slated to be demolished — a casualty of the city's renovation project. Confronted with a rapidly changing world, Memphis and his regular customers struggle to maintain their solidarity and sense of pride. From Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson comes this masterpiece about everyday lives in the shadow of great events, and of unsung citizens who are anything but ordinary.
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Lingering by the side of the road and killing time with hat tricks and half-remembered stories, Estragon and Vladimir dawdle through one of the greatest dramas of the 20th century. In Waiting for Godot, Samuel Beckett's absurd, anarchic exploration of time, life is vaudeville and tragedy, philosophy and confusion, teetering on the edge of despair, yet tuned with Beckett's unique blend of poetry and humor.