Author: Victoria Weisfeld

The Age of Innocence

In 1870s New York, the people at the top of society lived by a rigid set of rules. When young lawyer Newland Archer contemplates throwing everything away to satisfy his desire for his wife’s beautiful cousin, the Countess Olenska, they both know there would be a terrible price to pay.

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Blithe Spirit

Noel Coward’s classic comedy about the power of the past to disrupt the present–in the form of the ghost of his first wife–retains its sparkling ability to entertain, some 77 years after it first appeared on stage.

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Titus Andronicus

Very popular in Shakespeare’s day, this revenge drama shows what happens when violence takes over and leaders give no attention to the common good. Beautifully acted and creatively staged.

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Turning Off the Morning News

Christopher Durang’s new play, Turning Off the Morning News, is a comedy of ill manners with one foot firmly planted in traditions of absurdist theater. It draws deep from the well of current societal and interpersonal malaise, with an ultimate message about the importance of connection.

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