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Individual Tickets (one ticket for each presentation) are $25 (Suggested Donation)

Season Subscriptions: (one ticket to each presentation) are $75 (Suggested Donation)

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cul-de-sac
by John Cariani
July 6, 7 & 8 at 8 p.m.

You can’t keep up with these Joneses

Meet the Smiths, the Johnsons and the Joneses. They live in a nice little cul-de-sac in a nice little suburb in a nice little state in a nice big country. And they’re happy. Or—trying to be. The lengths to which they go to be happy—or at least seem, or feel happy—are hilarious and heartbreaking. This not-quite-for-families comedy examines the American dream and its potential nightmare.

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Continuity
by Bess Wohl
directed by Rachel Chavkin
July 13, 14 & 15 at 8 p.m.

Lights.  Camera.  Climate.

It’s Hollywood’s chance to take on climate change. How? By making a major motion picture.  The film is a disaster movie, designed to wake up the complacent among us, but now it’s over budget, behind schedule, and threatening to become a real-life disaster for everyone involved.  The earth warms.  The glaciers melt.  Science is debated. And a film crew fights to get a last shot in before losing daylight.

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How to Load a Musket
by Talene Monahon
directed by Hal Brooks
July 20, 21 & 22 at 8 p.m.

Revolutionary and Civil War Reenactors in their Own Words

Every year, historical reenactors congregate to recreate the epic battles of the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. These men and women wear handmade period clothing, chew on hard-tack, and fire muskets and cannons to spectacular effect. But who are these reenactors? Monahon has conducted dozens of interviews, uncovering the stories of these individuals across the country. Using their actual words, Musket explores the patriotism, love of history, and extraordinary opportunity for escapism that fuels these anachronistic lifestyles.

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East of West Town
by Cusi Cram
directed by Kip Fagan
July 27, 28 & 29 at 8 p.m.

An Airbnb thriller 

An idealistic young woman travels to Greece for the first time and returns home to Chicago with a romantic secret and a very peculiar Airbnb guest in her spare room. People and countries collide in unexpected and precarious ways in Cram’s comedic thriller, where innocent actions could wind up being dangerous, or worse.

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All orders (by internet or  by phone) may be picked up at Will Call the night of the performance.