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2014/15 SEASON


2014-15 Season


Oct 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25 
By Ira Levin
A successful writer having a dry spell tries to steal a script idea from one of his students. He offers a collaboration which the young man quickly accepts. Suspense mounts as the plot evolves with cleverness, thrills and laughter with the pieces of the play rearranged and twisted again and again until the startling final moment. 
“If you care to assassinate yourself with laughter, try Deathtrap – Time Magazine 
“Two thirds thriller and one third devilishly clever comedy” – Cue Magazine 
Nominated for Tony for Best Play! 
Longest running comedy/thriller on Broadway! 


Nov 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22 
By Geraldine Aron
In this delightful comedy, Angela shares her humor, loneliness, and insight into the absurdities of life after divorce. This charming piece resonates with humor, sarcasm, poignancy and kindness. 
"MY BRILLIANT DIVORCE is a fast-moving play with many subtle layers and nuances of emotion, sarcasm, and humor. The truly wonderful dialogue is heartwarming, funny, and filled with relatable touches that bring each point home whether you've been through a divorce or not." —Hamptons.com. 

"Devastatingly honest…hugely empathetic and amusing…packed with detail…treat yourself." —Sunday Express (London). 
Nominated for the Laurence Olivier Award! 

Dec 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20 
By Laura Lorusso 
Fun for the whole family, this modern version of the beloved classic by Charles Dickens was created for the Laboratory Theater by the 2013 winner of the 24-hour Playwriting Project. Watch as the story you and your family already know is delightfully woven into the setting of a popular TV show! 

Jan 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 24 
By John Pielmeier 

Set in the late 1970s, this is the story of three women who are drawn together by the death of a child. When a disillusioned ex-Catholic psychiatrist is summoned to a convent and meets Sister Agnes, a young novitiate accused of murder, she is deeply moved by the young nun’s spiritual purity. Determined to circumvent the overprotective Mother Superior, Dr. Livingstone struggles to unearth the truth about the conception, birth and death of Agnes’ child. 
“Riveting, powerful electrifying drama…the dialogue crackles” – New York Daily News 
“Outstanding play…deals intelligently with questions of religion and psychology” – New York Times 
Nominated for two Tony Awards and a Drama Desk Award! 


Feb 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28 
By Christopher Isherwood, John Kander, Fred Ebb 

It is 1931 in Berlin, Germany. The Nazi Party is rising to power. In a seedy nightclub, the emcee oversees a cross-section of tawdry performers and audience in the doomed city. Sally Bowles, the headliner, has a relationship with a young American writer and is caught, as they all are, in the German Jewish trauma of pre-World War II. This award-winning musical recently starred Alan Cumming in its gritty Studio 54 revival. 
“The action shakes with naughty excitement” - Star Tribune 
Winner! 1967, 8 Tony Awards 
Winner! 1967 New York Drama Critics Circle Award 
Winner! 1998, 4 Tony Awards for the Broadway revival 
Winner! 1998, 3 Drama Desk Awards for the Broadway revival 

Mar 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28 
By Bernard Slade 

This charming romantic comedy tells the story of two people, married to others, who meet for a romantic tryst once a year for 25 years. They develop an emotional intimacy, share their lives and react to the social changes in America. 
“Delicious wit, compassion, a sense of humor and a feel for nostalgia” – The New York Times 
“Genuinely funny and genuinely romantic” – New York Post 
Winner! 1975 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding New Play 
Nominated for Tony Award for Best Play 

Apr 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, May 1, 2

By Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett 
The story of occupied Amsterdam and a family and acquaintances hidden in the sealed-off upper rooms of an office building. Anne Frank began her diary when she turned 13 and 22 days before she went into hiding. This is her story of captivity and fear, but also the burgeoning of a hopeful and beautiful spirit. The Diary of Anne Frank is a play which reminds us of the horrors of war and is a fascinating commentary on human courage and frailty. “I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are truly good at heart…” -Anne Frank 
“a moving document on the stage” – New York Post 
“there is so much beauty, warm humor, gentle pity…this is a fine drama” – New York Daily News 
Winner! 1956 Tony Award Best Play 
Winner! 1956 Pulitzer Prize for Drama 
Winner! 1956 New York Drama Critics Circle Award, Best Play Box_Office_files/2013-2014%20season%20blurbs%20for%20announcement%20party.docx
Summer Season

SUMMER Season Tickets

$30 for all 4 Shows!

THE SECOND BOOK OF RUTH                                                               May 17, 23, 24, 30, 31 and June 1 at 2 P.m.
by Zalman Velvel

Ruth was the first convert and her story is part of the Bible. Ruth Preston is a modern woman, born thousands of years later, and her story is told here. It one of love, drama, and heart-warming humor as Ruth gets married and divorced twice - almost 3 times - and deals with the problems of an evolving woman with timeless values in an ever-changing world.
"Like a bagel, you don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy this very funny and touching play." - Yossi Yablonski, Ft Myers

July 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26
by Mo Gaffney, Jordan Harrison, Moishe Kaufman, Neil LaBute,
Wendy MacLeod, Josh Rivera, Paul Rudnick, and Doug Wright

Two little words, and suddenly your whole world changes. An A-list lineup of writers offers unique takes on the moments before, during and after "I do." Witty, warm and occasionally wacky, these plays are vows to the blessings of equality, the universal challenges of relationships and the often hilarious power of love.
"CEREMONY puts a human face on a hot-button issue and delivers laughter and tears rather than propaganda." —BackStage. "All you have to do is listen, shed an occasional tear and laugh a lot. There is something for everybody…STANDING ON CEREMONY holds a magnifying glass to the highs and lows, joys and fears, courage and silliness, of people bucking trends and making history. It's a fine evening, heartily recommended." —NY Observer. 
MR. MARMALADE                                                                                               August 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30
by Noah Haidle

Four year-old Lucy has a very active imagination. Mr. Marmalade, her imaginary friend, is creepy but helps Lucy to make sense of the strange things she hears the adults in her dysfunctional family talking about.  Lucy eventually sheds her imaginary friend and makes friends with the neighbor boy. MR. MARMALADE is a savage black comedy about what it takes to grow up in these difficult times.
"…exhilarating…alternately hilarious and heartbreaking…through the alchemy of Haidle's scintillating style." —The New Yorker
Summer Camp 2014
THE TEMPEST         Ages 8-15

June 2-20 with two performances on June 20th

GLEE CAMP             Ages 10-17

The Total Theater Experience. Kids will have movement, design, voice, acting and text, as well as enjoy workshops by area professionals in subjects such as Improv, Graphic Design, History and more. The mornings are spent in fun classes and the afternoons are spent applying that learning to The Tempest. Kids will choose a major, so some will run the lights for the show, some will act, some will be in charge of costumes, and more! $150 per week. Discounts for multiple children. Discounts for three full weeks paid in advance.

Special Events
Sep 13, 8pm
Join us for a night of revelry as performers of all shapes and sizes take the stage to entertain you with their skills! Prepare for unicycles, showtunes, the can-can, tricks with pets and, of course, the great big Hook of Vaudeville, used to yank tiresome performers off the stage!
Purchase an individual seat or a table for you and your guests! Also, enjoy a silent auction of Theater Memorabilia!
Dec 6, 8pm

Five playwrights will bring their sleeping bags and coffee mugs to Lab Theater, where they will be assigned a theme and a director and actors. Within just twenty-four hours, you will see the fruits of their labor when we stage all five 15-minute one-act plays. Judged by a panel of area theater and arts professionals. A hugely popular event, your season ticket will gain you entry!