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  • Sep 18 — Jan 4, 2015  at Briar Street Theatre

    Blue Man Group is an organization founded by Chris Wink, Matt Goldman and Phil Stanton. The organization produces theatrical shows and concerts featuring popular music, comedy and multimedia; recorded music and scores for film and television; television appearances for shows such as The Tonight…

  • Sunday, September 28  at Alta Villa Banquets

    A lovelorn lady is driven to insanity in Donizetti's tragic opera, Lucia di Lammermoor. Can a love stronger than death itself save a future generation? This is the tale of the fragile Lucia, who's manipulated into marriage to a man she does not love, used by her brother for his own political…

  • Sep 24 — Oct 29  at The Annoyance Theatre & Bar

    In the world of Zombie Genius, where humans have won the "zombie apocalypse," zombies are treated as second-class citizens. Albert is the only of his kind who is able to speak, but only with the intellect of an average human. Joined by his zombie-brother Bwains and his human friend Tim, Albert…

  • Monday, December 29  at Bare Knuckle Productions

    Quentin Tarantino's WWII revenge fantasy gets turned on its ear in Inglourious Bitches, featuring gender- and racial-blind casting. The story remains the same, as a pack of Jewish-American soldiers go on a rampage to…

  • September 18 — 27  at Strawdog Theatre

    Strawdog Theatre Company presents The Arsonists, written by popular British comedy writer Alistair Beaton. This elegant, witty translation of Max Frisch's 1958 absurdist comedy, The Firebugs, is part moral fable, part…

  • Sep 21 — Oct 14  at Strawdog Theatre

    Some plays push you to the edge of seat, but only Fail/Safe will leave you sitting on the brink of eternity. This world premiere from Strawdog Theatre Company takes you back to the Cold War at its absolute iciest.…

  • Sep 19 — Oct 11  at Piccolo Theatre

    A political comedy based on the novel An Unsocial Socialist by George Bernard Shaw, Smash tells the story of Sidney, an extremely wealthy socialist who bails out on his bride on their big day because he needs to stay…

  • Sep 19 — Oct 5  at The Den Theatre 3A

    From Nick Flynn, the author of acclaimed memoirs Another Bullsh*t Night in Suck City and The Ticking is the Bomb, comes an enigmatic and haunting stage play, Alice Invents a Little Game and Alice Always Wins. In the…

  • September 18 — 28  at Greenhouse Theater Center

    Anger and fear mix with love and bravery in The Downpour, a new family drama about a pair of adult sisters with deep bonds -- and equally deep wounds. Written by Caitlin Parrish, whose credits include A Twist of Water…

  • Sep 21 — Oct 12  at The Annoyance Theatre & Bar

    "You have died of dysentry." For an entire generation raised on rudimentary computer games, this abrupt ending said it all. In Oregon Trail: Into Hell, you'll experience a live recreation of the classic game, where…

  • Sep 19 — Oct 10  at The Annoyance Theatre & Bar

    Angela Ostrowski.is a typical high school girl. She's getting ready to graduate and move on to her "real life." The only problem is, she has a dark secret. Whenever she ends a romantic relationship, the other party ends…

  • Sep 17 — Oct 31  at Raven Theatre East Stage

    Some 65 years after it was first produced, Arthur Miller's American tragedy about the Keller family -- entrepreneur father, devoted mother, war-hero sons -- and their fall from grace still grips audiences. Set…