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October 9-25, 2015
book by Hugh Wheeler, music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, based on an adaptation by Christopher Bond
directed by Nora Thomas
Attend this dark and witty tale of love, London, murder and revenge. Sweeney Todd has become a bloody, worldwide success since being awarded 8 TONY's, one of them for Best Musical, for its Broadway premiere. Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler crafted a tasty, thrilling, theatrical treat with Sweeney Todd that has simultaneously shocked, awed, and delighted audiences across the world.
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PLAYS AND POETRY AT THE BLACK BOX THEATRE
October 11 at 2:30 pm
Nov. 20-Dec. 6, 2015
by Ernest Thompson
directed by larrychandler
Presented to great critical and popular acclaim first off then on Broadway, this touching, funny and warmly perceptive study of a spirited and lovable elderly couple facing their twilight years introduced a significant playwright to our theatre. "…a rare and memorable theatrical experience…" —Variety.
January 15-31, 2016
by Steven Dietz
directed by Ceil Herman
"We humans love stories. And every once in a while, if you're lucky, you see a story that stands out from all the others. Steven Dietz's Shooting Star is one of those stories. There are plenty of laughs in Dietz's humorous tale, but at every important moment, every emotional high, every startling revelation, the theatre grows utterly silent. Stories told this well don't come around very often." —Austin Chronicle.
March 4-20, 2016
by Harold Pinter
directed by Karen Caroe
"Fascinating capacity to be menacing, ominous and evocative of some dark and threatening doom." - The New York Post
"The most interesting play to be seen on Broadway." - The New York Times
May 6-22, 2016
by Nell Benjamin
directed by Algernon D'Ammassa
"You don't have to be British to lose your composure and howl with laughter at The Explorers Club , a witty spoof of all those bold Victorian adventurers who ravaged foreign lands and annihilated indigenous cultures in the name of science." —Variety. "
June 17-July 3, 2016
by Tom Stoppard
directed by Ceil Herman
Winner! Tony Award for Best Play - 1984 and Winner! 2000 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play
"So packed with wit, ideas and feelings ... Stoppard's most moving play and the most bracing play anyone has written about love and marriage in years." - The New York Times.
"Shimmering, dazzling theatre, a play of uncommon wit and intelligence which not only thoroughly delights but challenges and illuminates our lives." - WCBS TV.onstage.com
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