Let’s be honest—Shakespeare's “thees” and “thous” can leave you lost in the story. Take the drudgery out of Elizabethan theater with this three-man cast performing Shakespeare’s entire cannon—37 plays total—but with modifications, like adding rap to Othello or cooking tips to Titus Andronicus. Wed 1 p.m., 7:30 p.m.; Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Sun 1 p.m., 7:30 p.m.
Set in 1905 in Anatevka, Russia, this theater classic displays a cultural clash between tradition and transformation. Farmer and father of five, Tevye—who clings to his traditional Jewish lifestyle even in the most tumultuous times—butts heads with his modernistic daughters who embrace progressive ideologies. Fri-Sun, times vary.
Hairy-toed hobbit Bilbo Baggins goes where no hobbit has gone before as he travels across Middle Earth, tackling fire-breathing dragons along the way. With an all-child cast, this adventurous story—originally a book by J.R.R. Tolkien—follows Baggins as he and his friends search for the lost treasure of Lonely Mountain.
A relationship between two people is complicated enough. Add two more personalities and the result is a messy, deceitful situation. In a sort of sexual square dance, this lust-stricken quartet rotates partners, cheating, breaking up, making up, and then cheating again in a constant—and somewhat ineffective—quest for intimacy. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Sun 2 p.m.
Talent, success, fame—envy-inducing traits commonly act as the motivation for murder. However, when a murder victim is remarkably untalented, widely unsuccessful, and universally unknown, it creates a challenging—and comical—case to solve. Investigate the murder of a D-list star in this whodunit musical comedy.
With a full head of curly red hair, comedian Brad Wollack has been the butt of nearly every redhead joke out there. As co-producer, co-creator, and co-star of the E! comedy series After Lately, and as a frequent panelist on hit late night series Chelsea Lately—Wollack can pack a laugh-filled punch of his own. Fri-Sat 7:15 p.m., 9:45 p.m.
Katharine Hepburn and Judy Garland—actresses by day, murderers by night? In a parody of the great “whodunit” thrillers of the 1940s, this play reimagines classic movie starlets as suspects in a lethal crime. With vampy cross-dressing and a plethora of humor, audiences will see a side of Hollywood that goes beyond the silver screen. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Sun 2:30 p.m.
Live vocals, up-tempo jazz, and contemporary ballet: Trio ties all three together. The three-act show includes a musical theatre, tap and jazz, and a performance that entwines modern, jazz, and lyrical dance, and celebrates legendary musicians including Elvis Presley, Tina Turner, and Aretha Franklin.
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