Extended again due to demand!
"Sparks with dramatic confrontations" - NOW MAGAZINE
"Just as relevant to the political climate of today" - MOONEY ON THEATRE
In this taut historical drama by American master Arthur Miller, eight men are sequestered in a room in Vichy France, 1940, by local authorities in aid of the Nazis. None are told why they are held, or when they can leave. As each man is removed for interrogation, some are set free, some are never heard from again, and the stakes rise for those who remain.
Tickets from $32 (price includes all fees and taxes)
Adapted by Frank McGuinness
On stage July 18
Secrets and lies haunt Nora on the eve of her husband’s big promotion in Ibsen’s prescient drama about family, friendship, and the private lives of women. Widely considered one of Western drama’s masterpieces, Ibsen’s A Doll’s House powerfully captures one woman’s journey in the face of an oppressive society.
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the novel by John Buchan
From the movie by Alfred Hitchcock
On stage July 21
New performances added!
The 39 Steps is a two-time Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning comedic caper with over 150 characters played by a virtuosic cast of four. Inspired by the dramatic work of Alfred Hitchcock, a regular man is thrust into a mysterious romance, a nationwide manhunt, and a death-defying finale.
On stage July 25
With her astounding Father Comes Home From the Wars Suzan-Lori Parks has created a new American Odyssey that examines America’s ongoing and turbulent relationship with race. Performed together as one evening, these three parts tell a poignant tale of homecoming, family and heroism set against the US Civil War.
On stage August 28, September 2, 3
Beginning in 1905 with the Great Migration, into the Harlem Renaissance, and right up to the present day, Harlem has been one of America’s most vibrant and culturally rich neighbourhoods. This concert takes you on a tour of the music, words and ideas that have made Harlem great. Written and hosted by Albert Schultz, with Music Direction by Mike Ross.
Tickets from $25 (price includes all fees and taxes)