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By Theresa Rebeck
Directed by Stephen Pelinski
A cunningly crafted comedic thriller about deceit, double-crosses…and stamps. A pair of half-siblings, mourning their recently deceased mother, have inherited the “crown jewel of philately” — the 1847 one- and two-penny Mauritius stamps, worth millions if authentic. A cat-and-mouse game ensues when three seedy, high-stakes collectors enter the siblings’ world, willing to do anything to claim the rare find as their own in this fast-paced, twisting, and tension-filled comedy.
This production contains strong language and frequent profanity. Recommended for mature audiences.
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By August Wilson
Directed by Cameron Knight
“…universal enough to touch a chord in every human heart.” — The New York Times
In this Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning masterpiece, Troy Maxson, a former star of the Negro Baseball Leagues is now a trash collector with little future. Embittered and resentful, Troy builds both literal and figurative fences around his wife and son as he come to terms with his past disappointments in Wilson’s poetic, powerful, and Pulitzer Prize-winning challenge to the American dream.
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