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Author: Matt Gillespie

December 2, 2017 @ 6PM For our 2017 Gala, we're doubling down on the fun with VINTAGE GOES VEGAS! Join us for an unforgettable night of celebration and entertainment, Vegas-style. Your ticket includes entry to the biggest and best party of the year, along with food and your first round of gaming! ...

Sept. 8 – Oct. 22, 2017 In this hilariously caustic send-up of Hollywood, a fast-talking agent tries to save the career and reputation of young movie star after he falls in love with a call-boy in New York. By Douglas Carter Beane. Directed by Rachel Bouchard. Recommended for ages 17 and up due to language and partial nudity. ...

Sept. 1 – Oct. 15, 2017 After the family patriarch unexpectedly disappears, the Westons return to Oklahoma in an explosion of repressed truths and unsettling secrets in this Pulitzer-Prize winning play. By Tracy Letts. Directed by Bernie Cardell. Suggested for ages 17 and up due to graphic language and adult situations. [blockquote text="Four stars...

Aug. 25 – Aug. 26, 2017 From the award-winning playwright of 4,000 miles, Belleville tells the story of Zack and Abby, two young Americans living in an apartment in Paris above their landlords, Alioune and Amina, a French-Senegalese couple. Zack works for Doctors Without Borders and Abby shops in the French market and teaches yoga. They seem to live in a picturesque, bohemian, ex-pat paradise, until Abby comes home early one afternoon, tipping off an unraveling of secrets. Racial and class tensions come to the fore as the couples' lives intersect and Abby and Zack struggle to address what lies beneath the surface of their idealistic marriage. "Ms. Herzog’s thrillingly good play, confirms her reputation as one of the brightest new talents in the theater. It is rare for a young playwright to be in such confident command of all the theater’s resources as Ms. Herzog is here […] among the most suspenseful plays I’ve seen in years."  – The New York Times ...