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Ladies of the Alamo

The setting is the lavish reception room of the new multi-million-dollar Alamo Theatre, a regional theatre complex that has grown […]

And Ms. Reardon Drinks a Little

A brilliant Broadway success, this biting, touching and often wildly funny play probes deeply into the tortured relationship of three […]

Moonchildren

Originally titled Cancer, this play from the author of Split and Loose Ends explores the rootless 60’s generation of free-love […]

The Importance of Being Ernest

Oscar Wilde’s madcap farce about mistaken identities, secret engagements, and lovers entanglements still delights readers more than a century after […]

Hooters

Two young men, both nineteen and visiting Cape Cod for an adventuresome weekend, spot two attractive girls, slightly older than […]

Bell Book and Candle

Gillian Holroyd is one of the few modern people who can actually cast spells and perform feats of supernaturalism. She […]

Zastrozzi

The play is set in 1893. Zastrozzi, the master criminal of all Europe and a self-proclaimed atheist, like the character […]

Isn’t It Romantic

The play deals with the post-college careers (and dilemmas) of two former classmates: a short, slightly plump would-be writer named […]

Uncommon Woman & Others

Comprised of a collage of interrelated scenes, the action begins with a reunion, six years after graduation, of five close […]

The Nerd

Now an aspiring young architect in Terre Haute, Indiana, Willum Cubbert has often told his friends about the debt he […]

Gingerbread Lady

Maureen Stapleton won Broadway’s Tony Award as Best Actress for the role of Evy Meara, a popular singer who has […]

The Odd Couple

This classic comedy opens as a group of the guys assemble for cards in the apartment of divorced Oscar Madison. […]

Fools

Leon Tolchinsky is ecstatic. He’s landed a terrific teaching job in an idyllic Russian hamlet. When he arrives, he finds […]

Enter Laughing

The semi-autobiographical, riotous account of stage-struck young David Kolowitz, originated on Broadway by Alan Arkin, working as a delivery boy […]

Educating Rita

Frank is a tutor of English in his fifties whose disillusioned outlook on life drives him to drink and bury […]

Luv

As described by the New York Times: “When the play begins there is Harry Berlin, looking like a shaved, mustachioed […]

Hole in the Head

This mostly humorous, sometimes sentimental, but always authentic saga of the commonplace was one of the most warmly welcomed plays […]

Album

Divided into eight scenes, which span their years at Martin Van Buren High School, the play chronicles the coming of […]

The Lover (One Act)

A husband goes to his office politely asking if his wife’s lover will be coming today. She murmurs ‘Mmmm,’ and […]

6 Rms Riv Vu

Paul Friedman is a married advertising copywriter, Anne Miller is a discontented housewife, and the two meet when they respond […]

Any Wednesday

As Martin Gottfried outlines: “The president of a large corporation is using the executive suite to house his young mistress, […]

Art

How much would you pay for a white painting? Would it matter who the painter was? Would it be art? […]

Dream Girl

Tells of a delightful young woman who quite inefficiently runs a bookstore. She is one of those charming but dreamy, […]