(Produced by special arrangement with Tams Witmark)
Originally choreographed and directed by Bob Fosse, and winner of the 1986 Tony for Best Revival, this charming musical features Charity, who works as “dance for hire,” looking for love in all the wrong places with all the wrong men. Famous for it’s song “Big Spender” and “Rich Man’s Frug” dance sequence, this musical is sure to please.
(Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service)
Winner of the 1992 Tony for Best Play, the play is set in a small Irish village in 1936, during the festival of Lughnasa (celebrating the pagan god of harvest). The play reveals the lives of five unmarried sisters, told as a nostalgic memory by Michael, son of one of the women. Dancing at Lughnasa, considered Brian Friel’s masterpiece, is a haunting tribute to the spirit and valor of Ireland’s past.
$15 General Admission
(Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French)
Drawn from historical records by a professor at Princeton, this absorbing story of African Americans in won the Off Broadway Drama Desk Award. From a letter revealing the heart and soul of a runaway slave and a moving speech by a southern senator in justification of lynching to portraits of Booker T. Washington and Father Divine, each scene has enduring emotional power. First produced in 1963, the play sets the stage for Dr. Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.
$10 General Seating
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Senior directed one-acts serving as capstone projects for the Theatre Arts majors, presented at the end of every semester, over the course of two nights.
$5 Admission gives you entrée into two nights of the one act presentations.
14 Granada St.
St. Augustine, FL 32084