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  • A Bad Friend

    A Bad Friend May 15 - July 27, 2003

    Newhouse Theater

    A BAD FRIEND focuses on Rose, a typical teenager growing up in 1953 Brooklyn. What isn't typical about Rose, however, is her family's membership in the Communist Party, which leads to betrayal and recriminations in this moving yet funny play. Learn More »

    May 15 - July 27, 2003
  • The Carpetbagger's Children

    The Carpetbagger's Children March 7 - June 30, 2002

    A new play byHorton Foote
    Directed byMichael Wilson
    Newhouse Theater

    In an homage to Chekhov, Horton Foote tells a tale of three sisters--played by Roberta Maxwell, his own daughter, Hallie Foote, and Jean Stapleton--and in the process chronicles Central Texas history from the Confederacy to the present. Learn More »

    March 7 - June 30, 2002
  • Barbara Cook in 'Mostly Sondheim'

    Barbara Cook in 'Mostly Sondheim' December 30, 2001 - August 25, 2002

    Beaumont Theater

    Accompanied by longtime musical director Wally Harper, Barbara Cook performed a memorable evening of songs by the great Stephen Sondheim mixed with songs Sondheim has said he wished he had written. Learn More »

    December 30, 2001 - August 25, 2002
  • QED

    QED October 21, 2001 - Jun 10, 2002

    A new play byPeter Parnell
    Directed byGordon Davidson
    Beaumont Theater

    Alan Alda as Richard Feynman, a Nobel laureate with a larger-than-life personality and a career that included developing the atom bomb and explaining the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger. Learn More »

    October 21, 2001 - Jun 10, 2002
  • Everett Beekin

    Everett Beekin October 19, 2001 - January 6, 2002

    A new play byRichard Greenberg
    Directed byEvan Yionoulis
    Newhouse Theater

    The delightfully clever and heartfelt play spans half a century in the lives of an immigrant Jewish family as they assimilate into American society. Learn More »

    October 19, 2001 - January 6, 2002
  • The Invention of Love

    The Invention of Love March 1 - June 30, 2001

    A new play byTom Stoppard
    directed byJack O'Brien
    Lyceum Theatre

    Love is once again on Tom Stoppard's mind in this play, which imaginatively explores the life and afterlife of A.E. Housman, one of England's favorite poets. Learn More »

    March 1 - June 30, 2001
  • Ten Unknowns

    Ten Unknowns February 8 - April 15, 2001

    A new play byJon Robin Baitz
    Directed byDaniel Sullivan
    Newhouse Theater

    Set in the early 1990s, TEN UNKNOWNS is a play of remarkable power that traces tangled alliances and betrayals which develop among its precisely-rendered characters. At the center of the story is Malcolm Raphelson, an iconoclastic American painter in his seventies. Learn More »

    February 8 - April 15, 2001
  • Old Money

    Old Money November 9, 2000 - January 14, 2001

    a new play byWendy Wasserstein
    directed byMark Brokaw
    Newhouse Theater

    In this play, Wasserstein used a style markedly different from her earlier works. Instead of telling the story as a linear narrative, she offered a time-jumping meditation on New York society, past and present. Learn More »

    November 9, 2000 - January 14, 2001
  • Matters of the Heart

    Matters of the Heart October 15 - December 17, 2000

    musical direction and arrangements byDick Gallagher
    additional dialogue byJohn Weidman
    conceived and directed byScott Wittman
    Beaumont Theater

    We fell in love all over again with Tony Award winner Patti LuPone, who came back to the Beaumont for the first time since Anything Goes with a new, one-woman concert called MATTERS OF THE HEART. Learn More »

    October 15 - December 17, 2000
  • Rose

    Rose March 28 - May 20, 2000

    Lyceum Theatre

    Olympia Dukakis in the story of a survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto and thrice-married symbol of the Jewish diaspora in America. Inspired by a true story, Rose is an unforgettable portrait of an octogenarian looking back on her amazing life. Learn More »

    March 28 - May 20, 2000
  • Contact (Beaumont)

    Contact (Beaumont) March 2, 2000 - September 1, 2002

    A dance play bySusan Stroman
    AndJohn Weidman
    Directed and choreographed bySusan Stroman
    Beaumont Theater

    Three thematically-linked short stories are told mostly through dance with a dollop of dialogue. In each story, the central character expresses a longing to connect, and dance is both the medium and the message. Learn More »

    March 2, 2000 - September 1, 2002