When we were finished selecting the shows for our upcoming 2018-2019 season, we realized there was a common theme for our lineup: siblings. Three of the plays are about the relationships among sisters (with one lone brother in the mix), while another play focuses more broadly on the children of families who were victims of the Holocaust. Whether you’re an only child who sometimes wishes for a sister or brother, or you’re one among several siblings who sometimes get on one another’s nerves, you’re sure to appreciate the stories of these families, both funny and sad. …
April 20-29, 2018
A famous mathematician’s troubled daughter, who cared for her mentally unstable father for years, struggles to understand and prove herself in the aftermath of his death and the discovery of a mysterious notebook. With a visit from her estranged sister, and the developing romance with her father’s former student, Catherine faces the ultimate question: how much of her father’s genius or madness has she inherited?
Tickets for Proof—our dramatic, thought-provoking, and highly entertaining ending to the 2017-2018 season—are now on sale. Don’t miss your opportunity to be engaged by this much-anticipated Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play that we will be performing in a small theater setting with limited seating. Advance tickets are available online, and tickets will also be sold at the door the day of a performance.