Friendship comes in all shapes and sizes – at least, that’s what 47-year-old Elwood P. Dowd and his very best friend, Harvey, believe. The only challenge? Harvey is an invisible, 6-foot-tall rabbit. Made popular by the movie starring Jimmy Stewart, follow the duo in the hilarious Pulitzer prize winning show about loyalty, friendship, and acceptance.
A.R. Gurney masterfully weaves together 60 different characters from different families, time periods, and backgrounds. Each of these pieces brings life, laughter, and togetherness to the place where families gather: The Dining Room.
What makes a monster and what makes a man? This timeless retelling of Victor Hugo’s renowned novel, partnered with Disney & Alan Menken’s sweeping score and Stephen Schwartz’s moving lyrics, demonstrates the power of love, acceptance, and what it means to be a hero.
Oscar Wilde’s wickedly witty and touching comedy remains one of the most famous and popular in history. The story revolves around blackmail, political corruption and public and private honor in late 19th-century England, where “an ideal husband” must be above reproach in both spheres.
Sarah Treem, writer of the edge-of-your-seat Netflix series House of Cards, created this powerful play about an unassuming, cozy bed and breakfast that moonlights as a battered women’s shelter. Agnes lives on a remote island off the coast of Washington with her 16 year old daughter where she upholds an ironclad set of rules and boundaries to protect her B&B guests and the women she shelters. Set in the 1970’s, the story examines the harsh realities of life before Roe v. Wade, before the Violence Against Women Act, and before women had places to turn in times of distress. Smart and exciting, it will leave you on the edge of your seat with a renewed appreciation of a woman’s rights.