November 10 - 26, 2006 – The Odyssey by David Farr
Framed around the issue of immigration and asylum, this is a provoking and humorous take on the epic journey of Odysseus, victorious conqueror of Troy whose return home took over 10 years. As tales go, The Odyssey has it all: romance, murder, intrigue, exotic locations and a man-eating Cyclops who keeps goats.
January 12 - 28, 2007 – MITTY! by Becky Shepard
YOUTH REPERTORY COMPANY
December 9 - 11, 2006 – Much Ado About Everything: An Evening of Scenes & Monologues
April 13 - 15, 2007 – Macbeth's Children by Michael Bettencourt
focuses on Fleance, the escaped son of the murdered Banquo in Shakespeare's Macbeth
, and explores the effects of violence, especially military violence, on children. What does it cost to be young in this world?
May 18 - 27, 2007 – The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder
The Senior Repertory Company presents Wilder's 1941 wartime allegory about the comic trials of one family as it survives a series of disasters. In playwright Paula Vogel's words, Wilder does not shy away from the fact that "our gift for destruction and violence is as innate as our spirit to survive."
GUEST ARTISTS & SPECIAL FEATURES
March 9 - 11, 2007 – World Tales by Armstrong & Aichele
Randy Armstrong and Genevieve Aichele perform World Tales, with music played on traditional instruments from all over the globe, and stories including traditional favorites like Anansi the Spider and original retellings of ancient myths.