Colleen manages an open-admissions, government-funded animal shelter. This means her shelter accepts all animals. When animals prove unadoptable because of advanced age, illness, injury, or aggressiveness, they may be subject to euthanasia. Overcrowding at the shelter may also put animals in line for euthanasia. Colleen is a compassionate animal lover whose duties put her at odds with her instincts.
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Shakespeare's most infamously lethal couple feed each other's ambitious passion with the gall to scale higher above and beyond everything and everyone around them. Unable to be sated until the bones are picked clean, they continue to devour the very food that brings their disastrous end.
Boston Court's first-ever immersive play, utilizing the entire building, will take you on a journey behind the curtain to experience the layered and intimate complexities of creating theatre. In this play-within-a-play, a renowned director rehearses a spectacular new production of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure, "the original #metoo story." But backstage, there's an even bigger drama playing out as the power dynamics of the play and the rehearsal blow up in the course of the night. Don't miss this unique and unexpected world premiere written and directed by Boston Court Artistic Director Jessica Kubzansky.
Theatricum returns with its signature production that infuses Shakespeare's beautiful language with music and song to heighten the pleasure. The most magical outdoor setting in Los Angeles is an enchanted forest inhabited by lovers from both fairy and human. Shakespeare conjures a world of wonder magic and romance where comical misunderstandings and the pain of unrequited love are resolved, and all is reconciled through midsummer night revelries and the enduring power of nature.
Terrence McNally's play finds humor within the self-searching American abroad. Two friends travel to India with heavy baggage in tow, reeling from loss and personal demons. The Hindu god Ganesha, manifest in their fellow travelers, points them toward the revelation that sometimes, the greatest journey is surviving life.
Winner of the Drama Desk Award for Best Musical, THE PROM follows four Broadway stars who are in desperate need of some good publicity. So when they hear that trouble is brewing around a small-town Indiana prom, and that the press is involved, they know that it's time to put a spotlight on the issue ... and themselves. When a female student invites her girlfriend to the prom, the schoolboard won't allow it. The town's parents want to keep the dance on the "straight" and narrow, but when one student challenges their small town societal norms, the entire town has a date with destiny. Now, Broadway's brassiest are coming to small-town-Indiana to join the fight as they kick-ball-change the world to make sure that LOVE WINS.
In Queen Margaret's Version of Shakespeare's War of the Roses, a new edit of Shakespeare's best-known history plays - Henry VI Parts I, II and III and Richard III - Theatricum artistic director Ellen Geer puts the focus on the women in court to draw an unspoken parallel between the in-fighting of rival dynasties that led to England's bloody civil wars and modern-day American politics.
A classic tale of Americana, set against the backdrop of a western drought, The Rainmaker by N. Richard Nash brings lonely souls together as they traverse the struggles of finding who they truly are and how they fit into the world. Laced with humor and charm, The Rainmaker still resonates today with poignancy, hope and courage. A firm part of the canon of twentieth century dramatic literature, revisiting this story will prove to be a satisfying and uplifting theatre experience encouraging audiences to believe in the unbelievable.
The Right Is Ours! is about the extraordinary friendship of two women, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, whose efforts spurred the creation of the Women's Suffragist Movement, and the impact of that relationship on the suffragist movement and women getting the right to vote. "The Right is Ours!" is a powerful slogan created by Elizabeth.
A nimble-witted producer, living on credit with several actors in a Broadway hotel, is desperately in need of a good script. He finds one, and, by great good luck, he also finds an angel with $15,000. The play shows how, during a hectic few days, the producer plays hide-and-seek with the angel who wants to withdraw his financial support, manages to outwit creditors, and at the very last moments puts over his play in spite of the most ludicrous and unexpected obstacles.
Harold Pinter fans can enjoy 72 minutes of quintessential Pinter in the Nobel Prize-winning playwright's rarely-produced early work, A Slight Ache. Pinter's tragicomedy of manners is a funny, ominous and unsettling journey into the human psyche. As married couple Flora and Edward breakfast in their garden, a wasp circles menacingly overhead while Edward feels "a slight ache" in his eyes. And who is that derelict match seller hovering just beyond the garden gate?
A charming tale of companionship, coming-of-age, and the magical bond between mothers and daughters, this colorful and vibrant musical fantasy for kids 2 to 102 takes audiences on a magical adventure as everyone's most beloved young heroine journeys to find herself, her mother, and her true destiny, aided by Seven Silly Companions, a Most Magical Mirror, and You, the Audience!
Not everything is as it seems behind the ivy-covered walls of Yale, where an unlikely bond leads to an unthinkable favor. Writing professor Bella Baird is looking for answers, but a fateful encounter with a mysterious student could lead to life-changing consequences for both of them. Nominated for six Tony Awards, including Best Play, Pulitzer Prize finalist Adam Rapp's haunting 90-minute thriller will leave you wondering who you can trust and remind you everyone has a story - the question is how it ends.
After losing her Mississippi home to creditors, Blanche du Bois relocates to the New Orleans home of her younger sister and brother-in-law, Stella and Stanley Kowalski. Undermined by romantic illusions, Blanche is unable to cope with life's harsh realities. Though she finds a glimmer of hope while connecting with Stanley's gentlemanly friend, Mitch, Blanche cannot face the truth of her own troubled past. She also finds herself simultaneously repulsed by and attracted to Stella’s husband, the brutish and sensual Stanley, only adding to the stress of her current situation.
Chino, a young and ambitious Korean American who grew up in a foster family on Los Angeles' Eastside, hopes to grow his successful taco stand, "Chino's Underground Tacos," into a brick and mortar restaurant. When Yesenia Tapia, a Mexican American social media influencer, accuses Chino of cultural appropriation and pandering to a gentrifying neighborhood, he must convince the community of his cultural authenticity in a multi-faceted and complicated city.