The Dumb Waiter



October 10 – 25, 2008

By Harold Pinter

Directed by David T. Hampson

He might not come. He might just send a message. He doesn’t always come. Two hitmen are waiting in a basement for their assignment. To the curiosity of both, the dumb waiter in the back of the room continuously delivers food orders. As the tension rises and their assignment doesn’t arrive, the become anxious. When will the boss give them instructions…and who is the victim?

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February 13 – 28, 2009

By John Patrick Shanley

Directed by ROB PHERSON

Performances are scheduled for February 13th thru 28th, show times are Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00PM and 2nd Sunday at 2:00PM. This production is directed by Rob Pherson and produced by Jonathan Wierbicki.


What do you do when you’re not sure? In this story of suspicion and moral uncertainty set at a Catholic school in the Bronx, a nun grows suspicious when a priest begins taking too much interest in the life of a young black student. Is she being overly protective or not protective enough? And can she work within the system to discover the truth? Doubt won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the 2005 Tony Award for Best Play.

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String Fever



May 8 – 23, 2009

By Jacquelyn Reingold


“Think Sex and the City meets Copenhagen” – NY Times. Lily is juggling the big issue: turning forty, artificial insemination, and the elusive scientific theory of everything. Throw in an Iccelandic comedian, her wisecracking best friend, a cat loving physicist, her no-longer-suicidal father and an ex-boyfriend who carries around a chair, and we ahve a kooky, unique look at one woman’s love life. 

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