Admission Prices

General $30
Seniors (62 & over) $25
Students & Military $20

Group Rates are back by popular demand!

Group Prices
10 or more - $20 each
Payment must be made in advance

Thu - Sat 7:30pm
Sun 2pm
A Hawaii Premiere
Directly from Off Broadway

The Crusade of Connor Stephens
by Dewey Moss
directed by Alan Shepard
Auditions Saturday & Sunday, June 16 & 17, 2018 at 5:30pm
August 3 - 26, 2018

From the writer of the critically acclaimed Death of the Persian Prince and A Normal Life comes the award-winning new play, The Crusade of Connor Stephens, where extreme loss shakes a Texas family as it comes to terms with a tragic act of violence. In the midst of widespread media attention, their story becomes an allegory for the national debate over religion, tolerance and the seedlings of hate. With humor and resilience, they will confront the ghosts of the past and discover the brutal universal truths that define the American family in the 21st century.
The Crusade of Connor Stephens made its world premiere at The Midtown International Theater Festival, followed by a critically-acclaimed commercial Off- Broadway run at the Jerry Orbach Theater at the Theater Center, 50th Street and Broadway in New York City.

A Hawaii Premiere

by Samuel D. Hunter
directed by Brad Powell & Carolyn Koehler
Auditions Monday & Tuesday, October 9 & 10, 2018 at 6pm

December 7 - 30, 2018

A failing Italian restaurant in the small town of Pocatello, Idaho, celebrates "famigilia week" in an effort to drum up business and reconnect with its values--a bit contrived, considering the restaurant is one branch of large and impersonal corporate chain. But Eddie, the branch manager, believes in the restaurant and in the town, and refuses to give up on his home even as businesses close and friends and loved ones move on to life outside Pocatello. From acclaimed playwright and MacArthur Fellow Samuel D. Hunter, Pocatello is a comedic and heartfelt look into the changing landscape of middle America, and the flawed and lovable people trying to build a home on shifting ground.
TRUE WEST is a character study that examines the relationship between Austin, a screenwriter, and his older brother Lee. It is set in the kitchen of their mother's home 40 miles east of Los Angeles. Austin is house-sitting while their mother is in Alaska, and there he is confronted by his brother, who proceeds to bully his way into staying at the house and using Austin's car. In addition, the screenplay which Austin is pitching to his connection in Hollywood somehow gets taken over by the pushy con-man tactics of Lee, and the brothers find themselves forced to cooperate in the creation of a story that will make or break both their lives. In the process, the conflict between the brothers creates a heated situation in which their roles as successful family man and nomadic drifter are somehow reversed, and each man finds himself admitting that he had somehow always wished he were in the other's shoes.

True West
by Sam Shepard
directed by Kevin Keaveney
Auditions April 30th & May 1st, 2018
Oct. 5 - 28, 2018
A Hawaii Premiere

by Lynn Nottage
directed by Joyce Maltby
Auditions Saturday &  Sunday, February 17 & 18, 2019  at 5:30pm
April 12 - May 5, 2019

Winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize. Filled with warm humor and tremendous heart, SWEAT tells the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets, and laughs while working together on the factory floor. But when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their trust, the friends find themselves pitted against each other in a heart-wrenching fight to stay afloat.
Won the 2017 Obie for playwriting and was nominated for a 2017 Tony in three categories including Best Play.
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Five Great Shows at One Great Price!
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To accommodate our hearing impaired patrons, TAG will schedule one ASL interpreted performance for each play if said patron(s) provide a written request
(email [email protected]) for a signed performance at least 14 days prior to opening night (lead time necessary for ASL persons to prepare). This scheduled performance will subsequently be announced through our website and via our email list to alert any other possible hearing impaired patrons who may be interested in attending.
A Hawaii Premiere

Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train
by Stephen Adley Guirgis
directed by Peggy Anne Siegmund
Auditions Saturday & Sunday November 17th & 18th, 2018
February 8 - March 3, 2019

Angel Cruz is a 30-year-old bicycle messenger awaiting trial for the death of the leader of a religious cult. Inside Rikers Island, a terrified Angel is befriended by a charismatic serial killer named Lucius Jenkins. Lucius has found God and been born again, and now, Angel's life and the course of his trial will be changed forever. By Pulitzer Prize-winner Stephen Adly Guirgis (Between Riverside and Crazy). 
Mining for Cole
Concept and Libretto by Shari Lynn
Arrangements by Jim Howard
directed by Brad Powell

3 weeks ONLY!

June 14 - 30, 2019
Jim Howard, pianist
Shari Lynn & Kip Wilborn, performers

TAG is happy to present, for the third time, another look into the lives of the creators of the Great American Songbook. This time, Shari brings us the music of composer/lyricist Cole Porter - the brilliant, flamboyant, eccentric writer of such enduring songs as Night and Day, I've Got You Under My Skin, You're the Top and hundreds of others that were so unique, he created a whole new genre of popular song; The Cole Porter Genre.  His life will be explored in story and song, offering anecdotes from friends and authors who knew him well. This show will also be accompanied by a multimedia presentation.