2022 Season

CRAIG FOX HAD A WIFE

WRITTEN BY BEVERLY ALLEN

DIRECTED BY DEBBIE LEVIN


November 2022

Craig Fox Had a Wife is an autobiographical new play by local playwright Beverly Allen. The play recounts the story of how a veteran, a widow and a Vietnamese tour guide found healing decades after the war.

 

Our production of Craig Fox Had a Wife will be part of our 2022 PTSD Awareness Project, a multi-faceted program intended to promote community understanding of the effects of war on military personnel, families, and communities.

 

The centerpiece and culmination of this project will be the presentation of Craig Fox Had a Wife on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2022 and run for 8 performances.

 

Our hope is that through these and other community engagement activities around PTSD, we will not only drive attendance and participation but most importantly a deeper awareness and understanding of the effects of war and the many faces of PTSD.

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Past Productions

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CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION

WRITTEN BY ANNIE BAKER

DIRECTED BY CRAIG BRAUNER

September 2 - 18
 

Hailed by critics as “the kind of unheralded gem that sends people into the streets babbling and bright-eyed with the desire to spread the word”, CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION follows a group of five strangers who have enrolled in a six week “Intro to Acting” course at a local community center. As time passes, they gradually learn more than just acting... Through a series of touching and often comic exercises, they reveal their true selves through the work and to each other. Touching, heartfelt, humorous, and experimental, Annie Baker’s play is unlike anything you have seen or experienced before.

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LOVE, LOSS, AND WHAT I WORE

an intimate collection of stories

 

WRITTEN BY NORA EPHRON & DELIA EPHRON
 

BASED ON THE BOOK BY ILENE BECKERMAN
 

DIRECTED BY DEBBIE LEVIN


Love, Loss, and What I Wore by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron is based on the best-selling book by Ilene Beckerman, as well as on the recollection of the Ephrons' friends. Like the popular book, Love, Loss, and What I Wore uses clothing and accessories and the memories they trigger to tell funny and often poignant stories that all of us can relate to.
 

“Funny, compelling…Brought down the house!" — NY Times

 

“So funny and so powerful; so dear and sweet.

I think it can’t miss.”  — WowOwow.com