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Todays Date: 06/27/22
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Art  | Open: 01/23/09 Close: 01/25/09
 Art, the Tony Award Winning comedy, raises questions about how well you actually know your friends. Set in Paris, the story revolves around Serge, Marc and Yvan, who find their previously solid 15-year friendship on shaky ground when Serge buys an expensive painting - white lines on a white background. Lines are drawn and they square off over the canvas, using it as an excuse to relentlessly batter one another over various failures. As their arguments become less theoretical and more personal, their friendships teeter on the edge.

F*** You And Your Happy Ending: Short Plays By Kellie Powell  | Open: 11/16/10 Close: 11/21/10
Is romance dead? Is that a bad thing? Is there someone out there for everyone, or is that something that advertising executives invented to sell you eyeliner? These are the questions that Kellie Powell's characters struggle to answer in her short plays - including "Thanksgiving in the Wilderness", "Dogface", "Collaboration", "Close Enough", and "Spilled Milk". Sometimes bitter, sometimes awkward, these smart, sexy heroines discover that the best way to cope with getting burned by cold bastards is to get the last laugh.

Love Is Good  | Open: 08/23/06 Close: 08/27/06
In the music industry of the near future, where "sex, drugs, and rock and roll" are still part of everyday business, one band manages to put their own unusual spin on this tenet. With some skillful songwriting by the band's robot drummer, the group becomes a rousing pop phenomenon, but the pressures of success and the corporate, image-shaping, music industry machine may just be too much to keep this band alive. Can the band survive these pressures? The "artistic differences" that are splintering them apart? The drug-induced depressive funk their robot has slipped into? And is society even ready to accept a robot rock band? Love is Good is a bizarre skewering of rock culture that seeks to answer these questions and also serves as a satiric morality play...maybe...