In: Single Event

Strindberg’s Creditors
November 4, 2014

Arts Partner: Phoenix Theater Ensemble


  • December 5, 2014
    8:00 pm

A twisting tale of psychological manipulation and revenge. Not that Strindberg saw it that way – he told his publisher the play was “humorous, loveable, all of its characters sympathetic.” Adolph anxiously awaits the return of his wife Tekla to their seaside resort, comforted by his world-wise advisor Gustav. But Adolf soon finds himself in the (more…)

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Pitbulls
November 4, 2014

Arts Partner: Rattlestick Playwrights Theater


  • November 10, 2014
    7:00 pm

A small black community in rural Appalachia. Pitbull country. Mary and her son Dipper live in a trailer a few miles from their bible-belt, war-loving, dog-fighting neighbors. Despite being the community’s pariah, Mary is at peace making and selling wine. However, when a prize-winning pit bull is slaughtered on the Fourth of July, Mary’s solitary (more…)

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Strindberg’s Creditors
November 4, 2014

Arts Partner: Phoenix Theater Ensemble


  • December 4, 2014
    8:00 pm

A twisting tale of psychological manipulation and revenge. Not that Strindberg saw it that way – he told his publisher the play was “humorous, loveable, all of its characters sympathetic.” Adolph anxiously awaits the return of his wife Tekla to their seaside resort, comforted by his world-wise advisor Gustav. But Adolf soon finds himself in the (more…)

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Pitbulls
November 4, 2014

Arts Partner: Rattlestick Playwrights Theater


  • November 9, 2014
    7:00 pm

A small black community in rural Appalachia. Pitbull country. Mary and her son Dipper live in a trailer a few miles from their bible-belt, war-loving, dog-fighting neighbors. Despite being the community’s pariah, Mary is at peace making and selling wine. However, when a prize-winning pit bull is slaughtered on the Fourth of July, Mary’s solitary (more…)

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Strindberg’s Creditors
November 4, 2014

Arts Partner: Phoenix Theater Ensemble


  • December 3, 2014
    8:00 pm

A twisting tale of psychological manipulation and revenge. Not that Strindberg saw it that way – he told his publisher the play was “humorous, loveable, all of its characters sympathetic.” Adolph anxiously awaits the return of his wife Tekla to their seaside resort, comforted by his world-wise advisor Gustav. But Adolf soon finds himself in the (more…)

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