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TONY-AWARD WINNER — BERKSHIRE PREMIEREAugust 6–September 14  PREVIEWS August 6-13  OPENS August 15 Elayne P. Bernstein Theatreby CHRISTOPHER DURANGdirected by MATTHEW PENN OBIE Award-winning playwright Christopher Durang sets his newest comedy in a Pennsylvanian farmhouse, where Vanya and his adopted sister Sonia find their lives turned upside down when their narcissistic movie star sister, Masha, shows up with her prized and much younger boyfriend Spike. ThisTony-award winning homage to Chekhov unleashes a healthy dose of mayhem and hilarity over the course of a weekend when sibling rivalries, regrets, hopes and dreams are revealed.
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

TONY-AWARD WINNER — BERKSHIRE PREMIERE

August 6–September 14 

PREVIEWS August 6-13 

OPENS August 15

 

Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre

by CHRISTOPHER DURANG

directed by MATTHEW PENN

 

OBIE Award-winning playwright Christopher Durang sets his newest comedy in a Pennsylvanian farmhouse, where Vanya and his adopted sister Sonia find their lives turned upside down when their narcissistic movie star sister, Masha, shows up with her prized and much younger boyfriend Spike. ThisTony-award winning homage to Chekhov unleashes a healthy dose of mayhem and hilarity over the course of a weekend when sibling rivalries, regrets, hopes and dreams are revealed.

8/30/2014 To 9/14/2014
LIMITED RUNAugust 2–August 31  PREVIEW August 2-7  OPENS August 8 Tina Packer Playhouseby WILLIAM SHAKESPEAREdirected by JONATHAN EPSTEINfeaturing MALCOLM INGRAM as Falstaff Power and rebellion collide ina whirlwind adaptation of Henry IV — delivering both parts in one dynamicevening of theatre. A 15th century Eastcheap and a contemporary London set thebackdrop for the exploits of a defiant Price Hal and his partner-in-crime, theunruly knight Falstaff, a guilt-ridden King Henry, and the plotting Harry Percy— “The Hotspur.” Shakespeare’s History Cycle continues to captivate andmesmerize after 450 years.
Henry IV

LIMITED RUN

August 2–August 31 

PREVIEW August 2-7 

OPENS August 8

 

Tina Packer Playhouse

by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

directed by JONATHAN EPSTEIN

featuring MALCOLM INGRAM as Falstaff

 

Power and rebellion collide ina whirlwind adaptation of Henry IV — delivering both parts in one dynamicevening of theatre. A 15th century Eastcheap and a contemporary London set thebackdrop for the exploits of a defiant Price Hal and his partner-in-crime, theunruly knight Falstaff, a guilt-ridden King Henry, and the plotting Harry Percy— “The Hotspur.” Shakespeare’s History Cycle continues to captivate andmesmerize after 450 years.

8/31/2014 2:00 PM
Dibbledance
8/31/2014 7:30 PM
by Steven Dietz Directed by Kevin ColemanTheatre 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 Kevin Coleman

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
It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play
12/5/2014 To 12/28/2014
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