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- Bill Coons, Artistic Director
2022-2023 SEASON INFO
THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT
by Jeremy Karken
March 2 - March 19
Jim Fingal is a fresh-out-of-Harvard fact checker for a prominent but sinking New York magazine. John D’Agata is a talented writer with a transcendent essay about the suicide of a teenage boy – an essay that could save the magazine from collapse. When Jim is assigned to fact check D’Agata’s essay, the two come head-to-head in a story exploding with blistering comedy and timely relevance.
by Wendy MacLeod
April 6 - April 23
A vacationing couple celebrates their anniversary at a Greek restaurant in Palm Springs—but will the marriage survive the service? As a needy waiter insinuates his way into their meal—and their lives—the couple examines their past and their future together. Playwright Wendy MacLeod brings us a tender comedy that delves deeply into what we hunger for.
EARLIER THIS SEASON
by Duncan Macmillan
October 13 - October 30
The ice caps are melting, there's overpopulation, political unrest; everything's going to hell in a handbasket – why on earth would someone bring a baby into this world? In Duncan MacMillan's hilarious emotional rollercoaster of a play, a couple wrestle with our planet's biggest dilemmas.
“A thrilling meeting of head and heart.”
- The Stage
by Alan Ayckbourn
December 1 - December 18
What starts out as a family reunion weekend quickly turns to hilarious chaos in this masterful farce by Alan Ayckbourn, the author of last season’s Taking Steps. Norman doesn’t exactly look like one of the world’s great lovers. He’s a sloppy assistant librarian with the libido of an oversexed sheepdog. Over the course of one weekend in the country, he has a simple mission: to disrupt, inspire, and make his extended family happy. Whether they like it or not.
by Eleanor Burgess
January 19 - February 5
In this “barnburner of a play” (The Washington Post), two extraordinary women square off in a high-stakes academic debate over race, reputation, and who gets the final word on how American history is written. When university professor Janine and her brilliant student Zoe don’t see eye to eye, their routine office hours discussion unexpectedly careens off course – and threatens to derail their careers, lives, and the status quo.