Written by Beth Graham, Charlie Tomlison, Daniela Vlaskalic
Directed by James P. Darvas
Bessie, Alice, and Margaret have two things in common: they are married to George Joseph Smith, and they are dead. Surfacing from the bathtubs they were drowned in, the three breathless brides gather evidence against their womanizing, murderous husband by reliving the shocking events leading up to their deaths. Reflecting on the misconceptions of love, married life, and the not-so-happily ever after, The Drowning Girls is both a breathtaking fantasia and a social critique, full of rich images, a myriad of characters, and lyrical language.
Pablo Picasso lived quite the life. During his childhood, his father taught him the techniques of the art of painting. His father supplied him all the tools and practical knowledge to succeed. It wasn’t very long before young Pablo surpassed his father in talent and success. At the turn of the century, in a land full of sights, sounds, and people that Pablo had never experienced before, Pablo’s personal and artistic lives would undergo a drastic metamorphosis. Pablo and his best friend Casagemas traveled to Paris and their eyes and hearts were opened to things they had never imagined. The few months they spent together in Paris put their lives on a trajectory that neither of them saw coming. For Pablo, success on an unimaginable level. Unfortunately, the same could not be said for Casagemas.
This World-Premier production will take you to that moment in history where everything changed for one of the most celebrated artists in history. Youth, passion, love and art... The perfect pallet for a beautiful night at the theatre.
Bill and Sherri are the white, progressive-and-proud headmaster and dean of admissions at Hillcrest, a mid-tier New Hampshire boarding school. Over the last fifteen years, they’ve worked to diversify the school’s mostly white population. But when their high-achieving son Charlie’s Ivy League dreams are jeopardized, the family's reaction blasts open a deep rift between their public values and private decisions. A no-holds-barred look at privilege, power, and the perils of whiteness from the author of Bad Jews.
Just as Juliana Smithton’s research leads to a potential breakthrough, her life takes a disorienting turn. During a lecture to colleagues at an exclusive beach resort, she glimpses an enigmatic young woman in a yellow bikini amidst the crowd of business suits. One step at a time, a mystery unravels as contradictory evidence, blurred truth and fragmented memories collide in a cottage on the windswept shores of Cape Cod.
Cliff and Salena are happily living a nice, normal life in the suburbs. But their neighbors, Jimmy and Polly, threaten to disrupt their domestic bliss. They’re sometimes a little strange—and sometimes completely unhinged. Equally unnerving and delightful, TURNING OFF THE MORNING NEWS takes hilarious aim at the absurdity of our modern world.