by Harold Pinter
directed by Jacob Richmond
“A wild comedy of deluded misfits” – The Guardian
Power, allegiance, innocence and corruption are under the spotlight, as two brothers take in a homeless person who pushes them to the social limit. The Caretaker is one of Pinter’s most celebrated and oft-performed plays. April 27 – May 7, 2017.
by Garson Kanin
directed by Janet Munsil
“I want everybody to be smart. As smart as they can be. A world of ignorant people is too dangerous to live in.”
An uncouth, remorseless junk dealer arrives in Washington DC with his showgirl mistress by his side. His mission – to buy a congressman. When her ignorance and audacity threatens his business dealings, he hires a journalist to educate her. It turns out she has an incredible natural intelligence, which she uses to turn the tables on the under – the – table proceedings. May 30th to June 11, 2017.
by Thornton Wilder
directed by Brian Richmond
“An Unforgettable evocation of Everytown” – The Guardian
A classic drama that peels back layers of stories of ordinary citizens living in the fictional American small town of Grover’s Corners between 1901-1931. Hope, disappointment, love, and loss are explored, with an added twist – the ‘Stage Manager’ of the play both narrates and engages with the audience to add richness and complexity. Our Town was Wilder’s most popular play and won the Pulitzer Prize for drama. July 4-16.
Red, Hot Cole!
conceived and directed
by Darcy Evans
“Old songs are more than tunes. They are little houses in which our hearts once lived.” – Ben Hecht
Porter’s incredible songs are front in centre in this joyful new revue celebrating one of Broadway’s musical masters. Featuring such perennial hits as Be a Clown, Let’s Misbehave and Too Darn Hot. This sizzling new musical tribute will have you tapping your toes and humming these unforgettable songs into the night.
All Evening Shows are at 8pm
Wednesday matinees are at 1pm
Saturday and Sunday matinees are at 2pm