By Susan Yankowitz
Directed by Alain Chamsi
February 3 - 7 & 10 - 14, 2015
Anna, a brilliant astronomer, has lost the ability to speak. What emerges from her mouth is a hodge-podge of unconnected words - alternately confusing, funny, original, and wise - and sometimes all four. This inspirational drama about the strength of the human spirit when faced with the challenges of a devastating affliction, touches, probes, reveals, and conquers. How do you counter and overcome the forces that have turned your mind into a black hole simply to communicate, to be understood by those you love, and to find yourself once again?
by James Goldman
Directed by Jim Holmes
March 24 - 28 & March 31 - April 4, 2015
"What family doesn’t have its ups and downs?” So asks Queen Eleanor of Acquitaine in this witty and elegant comedy. Christmas Eve in the year 1183 AD brings together one of history’s least functional royal families. Adultery, sibling rivalry and repression produce turmoil when practiced by England’s King Henry II, his queen and their nasty brood, two of whom are also destined to be kings. So what if this family’s bickering can unleash war on all of Europe? That’s just the way things are.
By W.O. Mitchell
Directed by Shelagh Mills
May 12 - 16 & 19 - 23, 2015<
What the devil is this play about? It’s a helluva good story about curling, the noble sport that every winter turns otherwise sane Canadian men and women into broom-waving fanatics. Given the chance, every one of them would actively consider selling their soul to the devil for a chance to win the national championship known as “the Brier”. This light hearted Canadian comedy will have you rooting for both teams.