Winner of the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for drama, Dinner with Friends examines the lives of two couples and the repercussions of divorce on their friendships. With wit, compassion and consummate skill, playwright Donald Margulies weighs the cost of breaking up and of staying together.
Join us for this fast-paced event in which one director, several actors and one playwright are randomly placed on a team. All teams are then given the same headline from that day’s newspaper. They then have 24 hours to write and stage a 15 minute play. All teams present their results on the second night.
ONE WEEKEND ONLY!
Surviving your teenage years is difficult enough. But in St. Claire, where teens continually violate the rules of Horror Movie 101, it’s practically impossible.
You know the rules: never open a door if someone knocks after the lights go out. If your car runs out of gas and a girl on the side of the road asks you to take her home to mother – don’t. Haunted houses are never a good idea, and neither are cabins in the middle of the woods. And if you use an ancient burial ground to bring someone back, they’ll come back wrong. Everyone knows that.
This collection of haunting, horrifying, harrowing AND humorous scenes will keep you laughing as you keep your eyes covered.
Steel Magnolias is a stage play by American writer Robert Harling, based on his experience with his sister’s death. The play is a comedy–drama about the bond amongst a group of Southern women in northwest Louisiana. The title suggests the “female characters are as delicate as magnolias but as tough as steel”.
Directed by Kate Hagen
October 6-7, 12-14, 19-21 2017