Last Days of Judas Iscariot
Set in a time-bending, darkly comic world between heaven and hell (Purgatory), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot reexamines the plight and fate of the New Testament's most infamous and unexplained sinner.
Death of a Salesman
A family tries to hold together as their father slips into dementia at the precipice of the broken American Dream.
"What a treat to experience such a sophisticated play performed by a seasoned, stellar cast. Excellent choices in lighting, direction, and set."
The controversially histarical comedy by Theresa Rebeck. Four young writers sign up for more than just a writing seminar with an international literary figure. As pages fly, so do hearts, clothes and egos.
"As a writer I saw an abundance of stark truths in the play, which was brilliantly acted and directed. Great entertainment!"
CRIMES OF THE HEART
The story of three sisters in small town Mississippi. One can't get a man, one has had too many, and one just shot hers in the stomach!
ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST
Dale Wasserman's play, based on the novel by Ken Kesey, about freedom, friendship and the spirit of the individual.
"Be prepared to be unnerved, to face daunting questions, for this is not escapist fare."
"Buried Child is a fine example of the richness of Off-Broadway productions that would normally be found only in New York City, but had made its way here in Lafayette."
DINNER WITH FRIENDS
Donald Margulies' 2000 Pulitzer Prize winning play reflecting on marriage and friendship and how couples manage when "practical matters begin to outweigh abandon."
In the longest running comedy-thriller on broadway, Ira Levin takes us on the twisted journey of a washed-up playwright experienceing a deadly touch of writer's block.
AT HOME AT THE ZOO
In 2009, Edward Albee revisited his classic, The Zoo Story, to pen a prequel called Homelife. When performed together, they make a powerful and hilarious commentary on the state of modern marriage and the human condition.
Sam Shepards tale of disfunction, alcoholism, incest, abandonment and
"A wife hit her husband with a program. A husband nudged his wife's arm with a smirk. A gaggle of women nodded and uttered a 'mmmmhm!' And that was all just in the first scene. Great acting by a top-notch cast and excellent directing and design by a brilliant director."