Studio 209 Season: 2017-2018
Wit – PG-13
September 8-16, 2017
Drama by Margaret Wit tells a persuasive story of a literature professor who has spent her life studying the works of John Donne. While undergoing experimental cancer therapy, she questions the purpose and meaning of her life which she has lived with ultimate rationality. Winner of the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Constellations – PG-13
November 3-11, 2017
Drama by Nick Payne
Follow the many possible interactions of Marianne and Roland in this lovely, intellectual play. As the two characters meet and part ways, the audience sails through a myriad of universes where the smallest differences cause the characters to miss the moment or fall in love.
The Pillowman – R
January 12-20, 2018
Drama/Thriller by Martin McDonagh
This intense, dark show surrounds the interrogation of Katurian, a poorly published author. His stories describe horrible murders…now there are children dead and missing, just like in his stories. Detectives search for the truth, bringing the audience on a heart rending journey about the nature of Art.
Fly By Night – PG-13
March 8-17, 2018
Musical comedy by Will Connolly, Michael Mitnick, & Kim Rosenstock Charming and whimsical, this modern musical brings together two sweet sisters and an out-of-luck sandwich maker in New York City. With wonderful music and a compelling narrator, the audience is guided through hilarious moments of love, loss, and adventure with a potent message for all generations.
The Phantom Tollbooth – G
Comedy by Susan Nanus based on the book by Norton Juster
This wonderful show is designed for adults to perform for children. Young Milo travels to Dictionopolis and Digitopolis on a quest to save the Princesses Rhyme and Reason from their exile. Full of zany and witty characters, Milo’s journey teaches the value of time and the purpose of learning.
An Act of God – R
July 20-28, 2018
Comedy by David Javerbaum
Recently on Broadway, this irreverent adult comedy features God and his wingmen, Gab and Michael, ready to reveal the Ten Commandments (revised). God figures the Big Ten need a little updating. With apocalypses, Universe 2.0, and the Dad scoop on Jesus, this show is nothing but funny.