2001-2002

SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR
By Luigi Pirandello
Directed by Michael Cecchi
September 20 – October 21, 2001
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What happens when a group of characters interrupts a rehearsal with the claim that they are being misrepresented by the Author and the Actors? Pirandello’s classic asks, “What is reality?”
 
 
LEGACIES
By John Bishop
Directed by Terry Schreiber
November 8 – December 9, 2001
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A police officer is faced with a specter from his own past as he investigates a double murder in a small city.
 
 
THE WONDER: A WOMAN KEEPS A SECRET
By Susanna Centlivre
Directed by Elizabeth Swain
January 24 – February 24, 2002
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This classic comedy of wit, intrigue and misunderstanding features greedy old men, comic servants and thwarted lovers in a true battle of the sexes Eighteenth Century Style. One of the most popular plays in the English speaking rep for over of century, the infamous actor/manager, David Garrick, chose it for his farewell performance.
 
 
BUS STOP
By William Inge
Directed by Jill André
March 14 – April 14, 2002
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It’s the middle of a snowy night, in a Kansas town, in a small cafe, and love blooms in unexpected ways. Written by one of our cherished American writers, author of Picnic and Come Back, Little Sheba.
 
 
DANCING AT LUGHNASA
By Brian Friel
Directed by Mary Boyer
May 9 – June 9, 2002
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Winner of numerous awards, including the Tony Award for Best Play in 1992, this haunting memory play is one of Friel’s masterpieces.
 
 
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