2022 Season Productions

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And Now, Direct from the Condo Across the Street, by Henry Meyerson 

March 11-26

Joey Green (formerly Greenberg) has been a stand-up comic for nearly fifty years. Now, at 72, he is working the condo circuit in Florida, struggling with an audience that either cannot hear him or is falling asleep. To make matters worse, his ex-wife, ARLENE, now deceased five years, has returned to help him cope with the news that he is dying. In a visit to his adult children, Joey tries to make his life of missteps right, and in his own mind he does, even as in the words of his son Howard, he remains a pain in the ass, then, now, and forever. 

And Now, Direct from the Condo Across the Street, by Henry Meyerson  Directed by Phil Jordan March 11-26

Theatre on the edge...

Past Performance
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A Small Miracle for Feeney, by Richard Shear

May 13-28


A father’s loss of his son is the impetus for his seemingly insane cross-country quest to find his son’s doppelganger. This touching journey of love and grief borders on magical realism.

A Small Miracle for Feeney, by Richard Shear  Directed by Ned Farley 

May 13-28

Theatre on the edge...

Past Performance
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New Works Project - A Staged Reading 
Thank You, Dear, by Meg Noble Peterson & Lynne Warrin

 June 25 at 7:30 PM & June 26 at 4:00 PM 


Three sisters in their fifties meet at the family’s summer cottage to be together with their mother, Alice, for the 4th of July weekend, and, unbeknownst to her, to decide what course of action should be taken to ensure her wellbeing. With years of family emotional baggage in tow, each assumes her role in the family weekend. The complexities of family life come to the surface, and old tensions erupt. Alice, meanwhile, in enough mental control to make decisions, has her own ideas about her future.

New Works Project - A Staged Reading 
Thank You, Dear, by Meg Noble Peterson & Lynne Warrin - Directed by Patricia Duff

June 25 & 26
 

Theatre on the edge...

PAST PERFORMANCE
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 The Velocity of Autumn, by Eric Coble

September 9-24

THE VELOCITY OF AUTUMN swirls around Alexandra, an 80-year-old artist in a showdown with her family over where she’ll spend her remaining years. In Alexandra’s corner are her wit, her volcanic passion, and the fact that she’s barricaded herself in her Brooklyn brownstone with enough Molotov cocktails to take out the block. But her children have their own secret weapon: estranged son Chris, who returns after 20 years, crawls through Alexandra’s second-floor window and becomes the family’s unlikely mediator. No sooner are the words “Hi, Mom” uttered than the emotional bombs start detonating. THE VELOCITY OF AUTUMN is a wickedly funny and wonderfully touching discovery of the fragility and ferocity of life.

The Velocity of Autumn - Directed by Ned Farley September 9-24

Theatre on the edge...

PAST PERFORMANCE
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Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing, directed by Patricia Duff

November 18-December 3 
 

Theatre on the edge...

Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing, directed by Patricia Duff

November 18-December 3 

 

Eleemosynary probes into the delicate relationship of three singular women: the grandmother, Dorothea, who has sought to assert her independence through strong-willed eccentricity; her brilliant daughter, Artie, who has fled the stifling domination of her mother; and Artie’s daughter, Echo, a child of exceptional intellect – and sensitivity – whom Artie has abandoned to an upbringing by Dorothea.