Act 3: Back to the Theatre

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Sylvia

by AR Gurney

Opening February 12th 2021

Back by popular demand, Kari Goetz reprises her role as that lovable, troublesome scamp, Sylvia. Greg and Kate have entered the empty-nest time in life and have moved to Manhattan after 20 years in the suburbs. Greg is struggling with being dissatisfied with his job while Kate is excited about her new teaching opportunities and new found freedom. However, life has a way of giving you what you think you don’t want. Greg finds Sylvia, a street-smart lab/poodle mix, and brings her home. She promptly becomes a bone of contention between Greg and Kate, testing their marriage to a hilarious and touching effect. A smart, playful, sophisticated, and occasionally gritty comedy about relationships, nature, and growing older.

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American Son

By Christopher Demos-Brown

Opening March 12th 2021

Kendra is living every black mother’s worst nightmare: her son is missing, it’s four o’clock in the morning and she’s at the police station trying to find out what happened. The officer working the nightshift is useless, her ex-husband isn’t picking up his phone and the speculations and beginning to consume her. This explosive new drama examines our nation’s racial divide through the eyes of parents searching for answers.

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The Lady From Havana

By Luis Santeiro

Opening April 16th 2021

The Cuban generation gap and clash of cultures is dramatized through the relationship between a mother and daughter who were split when the daughter emigrated from Cuba to Florida.

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The Lifespan of a Fact

By Jeremy Kareken & David Murrell and Gordon Farrell

Opening June 4th 2021

Based on the true story of D’Agata’s essay What Happens There, The Lifespan of a Fact follows Fingal, who has a small job: to fact-check articles for one of the best magazines in the country. His boss has given him a big assignment: to apply his skill to a groundbreaking piece by legendary author D’Agata. But now Fingal has a huge problem. D’Agata made up a lot of his article. What starts professional quickly becomes profane.

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