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2007-2008 Season

From Nov 09, 2007 to May 25, 2008

2007-2008 SEASON

MAINSTAGE PRODUCTIONS

November 9 - 25, 2007 – Someone Who'll Watch Over Me by Frank McGuinness
Inspired by conversations with hostage Brian Keenan who spent 4½ years imprisoned in Beirut, the playwright has fashioned a drama about an Irishman, an Englishman and an American who form a close friendship under the appalling strain and monotony of captivity.

January 4 - 20, 2008 – The Primary Primary! by Robert John Ford​
Hilarious and often politically incorrect, “The Primary Primary!” takes a celebratory and satirical look at the NH primaries and how a small New England state plays an oversized role in the presidential nominations process.
 

YOUTH REPERTORY COMPANY

December 2007 – Youth Rep Scene Study

April 11 - 13, 2008 – King Arthur's Court by Genevieve Aichele

This tale follows three American children, Liz, Robin & Jenny, on vacation in England, who accidentally spend the night trapped in an old castle. There they encounter King Arthur and his Candlemas Court, filled with legendary characters. It is an amazing thing that the new can learn from the old, but even more special is what the old learn from the new. Presented by the Junior Repertory Company.

May 16 - 25, 2008 – Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertolt Brecht
In a new translation by John Willett, Mother Courage presents one of Brecht's most human and complex central characters. This chronicle play of the Thirty Years War focuses on all the costs of war, and how our most personal choices play out in the complicated economy of wartime. Presented by the Senior Repertory Company, with music by Agnes Charlesworth and Paul Mroczka. 
 

GUEST ARTISTS & SPECIAL FEATURES

October 21, 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.

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