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Thu - Sat 7:30pm
Sun 2pm
a comedy by John Wythe White
directed by David C. Farmer

August 10 - September 2, 2012

A dark comedy about the inner workings of the public relations machine that shapes Hawai`i’s image - and the young woman who decides to stand up to the system.

ANNA: Love in the Cold War
a drama by Nancy P. Moss
directed by Peter Clark
Akhmatova's poems translated by Judith Hemschemeyer

October 12 - November 4, 2012

Two lost souls share an intimate moment, each learning to love and dream again, in playwright Nancy P. Moss's intimate historical drama Anna: Love in the Cold War. The play takes place during a bitter winter night in 1945 Leningrad, where oppression and suspicion are commonplace and one never knows who may be listening.
(Drawing of Anna by Modigliani)
by Martin McDonagh
directed by Troy M. Apostol

December 14 - January 6,  2013

The tale of Katurian, a fiction writer living in a police state who is interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories, and their similarities to a number of bizarre child murders occurring in his town. The play received the 2004 Olivier Award for Best New Play, the 2004-5 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best New Foreign Play, and two Tony Awards for production. It was nominated for the 2004 Evening Standard Award for Best New Play.
a drama by August Wilson
directed by Troy M. Apostol

February 15 - March 10, 2013

Set in 1985, we are back in the Hill District thirty seven years after Seven Guitars.  King Hedley II believes he is Ruby's son by Hedley. Canewell, now in his late sixties, has become the Hill's spiritual truth-sayer. King and Mister are selling stolen refrigerators and commit a robbery in an attempt to set themselves up in a business. King's wife Tonya is pregnant, and King sees their baby as his chance to put something into the world.  But things go tragically wrong for them all in this "blasted corner of the American landscape."  Pulitzer Prize for Drama, 2000 Finalist.  Numerous Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations.
a comedy by Hannah Cowley
directed by Tony Pisculli

April 19 - May 12, 2013

Set in 1780's London, The Belle's Stratagem is the tale of Letitia Hardy, promised to the charming Doricourt whom she hasn't seen since childhood. Her plan to enchant him with her wit and charm is turned upside-down when she discovers she's fallen madly in love with him, and he seems quite unmoved by her. Desiring to marry a man who adores her equally, she plans a bold deception – to have love as she likes it.
a drama by Tennessee Williams
directed by Dennis Proulx

June 21 - July 14,2013

One of Williams's best-known works and his personal favorite, the play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1955. Set in "the bed-sitting room of a plantation home in the Mississippi Delta" of Big Daddy Pollitt, a wealthy cotton tycoon, the play examines the relationships among members of Big Daddy's family, primarily between his son Brick and Brick's wife Maggie the "Cat".

Featuring Jim Tharp as Big Daddy and Jo Pruden as Big Mama.
September 6 - 9, 2012

Four plays written by high school students from Le Jardin Academy. Playwrights followed the guidelines of the VSA Playwright Discovery Award Program which invites middle and high school students to take a closer look at the world around them, examine how disability affects their lives and the lives of others, and express their views through the art of playwriting.