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by Steven Dietz Directed by Jonathan CroyTheatre and life intertwine when actors Matthew and Lisa, a happily married couple, find the truth nearly too impossible to uncover.  Is Lisa having an affair with a British Director, or is the affair part of the play being rehearsed?  Or perhaps Matthew has imagined all of it?  The audience itself plays the role of 'private eye' in this sidesplitting relationship thriller about love, desire, and the power of deception. 
Private Eyes
by Steven Dietz 

Directed by Jonathan Croy

Theatre and life intertwine when actors Matthew and Lisa, a happily married couple, find the truth nearly too impossible to uncover.  Is Lisa having an affair with a British Director, or is the affair part of the play being rehearsed?  Or perhaps Matthew has imagined all of it?  The audience itself plays the role of 'private eye' in this sidesplitting relationship thriller about love, desire, and the power of deception. 

9/20/2014 To 11/9/2014
 NEW ENGLAND PREMIEREPresented by WAM Theatre October 30-November 16PREVIEWS: October 30, October 31OPENING NIGHT: November 1 Berry Family StudioElayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing ArtsBy WINTER MILLERDirected by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN (Artistic Director of WAM Theatre) "A theatrical offering that is also a call to arms." — Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director, The Public Theater In Darfur is the provocative tale of three lives that intersect in the most challenging of circumstances: a camp for internally displaced persons. The story follows an aid worker’s mission to protect lives, a Darfuri woman’s quest for safety and a journalist’s pursuit to deliver a front-page story to call worldwide attention to a humanitarian crisis. Relevant and poignant, In Darfur is a journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril. In Darfur was the result of playwright Winter Miller’s work as researcher for The New York Times'  columnist Nicholas Kristof during the genocide in Darfur. "In Darfur's based on a real case that I once reported on... (Winter) turned it into this incredibly powerful play,” says Kristof, whose book 'Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity' co-authored with Sheryl WuDunn, inspired Kristen van Ginhoven to create WAM Theatre.  In Darfur premiered at The Public Theater in New York for a sold-out run; this is the New England premiere. In keeping with WAM Theatre's double philanthropic mission, 25% of the box office proceeds from this production of In Darfur will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa, where 13 women have dedicated their lives to raising children who have lost their families. By selecting the Mother of Peace orphanage as this year’s philanthropic beneficiary, WAM honors and celebrates the selfless dedication and important work of these women. For more information: http://www.wamtheatre.com/in-darfur/ 
In Darfur - presented by WAM Theatre

 

NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE

Presented by WAM Theatre

 

October 30-November 16

PREVIEWS: October 30, October 31

OPENING NIGHT: November 1

 

Berry Family Studio

Elayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing Arts

By WINTER MILLER

Directed by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN

(Artistic Director of WAM Theatre)

 

"A theatrical offering that is also a call to arms."

Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director,

The Public Theater

 

In Darfur is the provocative tale of three lives that intersect in the most challenging of circumstances: a camp for internally displaced persons. The story follows an aid workers mission to protect lives, a Darfuri womans quest for safety and a journalists pursuit to deliver a front-page story to call worldwide attention to a humanitarian crisis. Relevant and poignant, In Darfur is a journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril.

 

In Darfur was the result of playwright Winter Millers work as researcher for The New York Times'  columnist Nicholas Kristof during the genocide in Darfur. "In Darfur's based on a real case that I once reported on... (Winter) turned it into this incredibly powerful play, says Kristof, whose book 'Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity' co-authored with Sheryl WuDunn, inspired Kristen van Ginhoven to create WAM Theatre.  In Darfur premiered at The Public Theater in New York for a sold-out run; this is the New England premiere.

 

In keeping with WAM Theatre's double philanthropic mission, 25% of the box office proceeds from this production of In Darfur will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa, where 13 women have dedicated their lives to raising children who have lost their families. By selecting the Mother of Peace orphanage as this years philanthropic beneficiary, WAM honors and celebrates the selfless dedication and important work of these women.

 

For more information: http://www.wamtheatre.com/in-darfur/

 

10/30/2014 To 11/16/2014
BACKBY POPULAR DEMAND!December 5–December 28PREVIEWS DECEMBER 5 OPENS DECEMBER 6Elayne P. Bernstein Theatreadapted by JOE LANDRYfrom the original script by FRANCES GOODRICH, ALBERT HACKETT, FRANK CAPRA, JO SWERLINGdirected by JENNA WARENow's your chance to catch the return of our hit holiday production that enthralled audiences with its live sound effects and rapid character changes. Follow George Bailey as he journeys to discover the value of this wonderful life, guided by "angel second-class," Clarence who is on his own quest to earn his wings… and remember, no man is a failure who has friends.
It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play
BACKBY POPULAR DEMAND!
December 5–December 28
PREVIEWS DECEMBER 5 OPENS DECEMBER 6
Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre
adapted by JOE LANDRY
from the original script by FRANCES GOODRICH, ALBERT HACKETT, FRANK CAPRA, JO SWERLING
directed by JENNA WARE

Now's your chance to catch the return of our hit holiday production that enthralled audiences with its live sound effects and rapid character changes. Follow George Bailey as he journeys to discover the value of this wonderful life, guided by "angel second-class," Clarence who is on his own quest to earn his wings… and remember, no man is a failure who has friends.
12/5/2014 To 12/28/2014
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