By A.R. Gurney
“The Dining Room” lets audiences eavesdrop on the comings and goings in one room over the span of fifty years. The dining room where birthday parties, celebrations, dinners and holidays occur is the perfect setting for such discovery. Watch eight actors play 50 roles in 18 scenes! This Pulitzer Prize nominated play is humorous, meaningful, witty and touching.
BLACK COMEDY by Peter Shaffer - A young sculptor arranges an evening at home with guests ... and then the lights fail! A classic farce which occurs during a blackout. The play begins in complete darkness and then when the blackout occurs the stage is then illuminated. Hilariously, the characters are seen shambling around by the audience but invisible to one another.
“THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND” by Tom Stoppard - Feuding theatre critics Moon and Birdboot, the first a fusty philanderer and the second a pompous and vindictive second stringer, are swept into the whodunit they are viewing. This is a hilarious spoof of Agatha Christie!
By John Arco
Private Eye Jake Chapel is hired by the seductive Grace to find her missing ravenous twin sister Angel who was last known to be ‘torching’ in the nightclub of the infamous and dangerous Frankie D. Time is of the essence as his late partner’s widow daunts him, the crooked cops taunt him and long lost love haunts him to find not only the girl but a stolen precious jade. Will an alcoholic sax player be able to help him? Will he learn who the killer in the alley way was? Will he know why a murder? Will Jake’s case be solved?