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Looking Back on the 1998 Season:

Richard IIIA Little Night MusicMacbethLove Letters

July 9-26:
Richard III

by William Shakespeare

Directed by Spiro Veloudos

Richard, Duke of Gloucester, resolves to "prove a villain" as he takes the throne in this tale of intrigue, murder and revenge. Philip Patrone as Richard is charmingly manipulative and dangerousluy deceitful in this dark, daring and dazzling production.

Richard (Phillip Patrone) plots against his sister-in-law, Queen Elizabeth (Sheila Stasack.)

Prince George, Duke of Clarence (Diego Arciniegas) pleads for his life...

...but his brother Richard's hired murderers (Steve Rotolo & Joe Owens) are not to be dissuaded.

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Along with Lord Thomas Stanley (Job Emerson),

Richard pledges fealty to his elder brother, King Edward IV (Bob Jolly) and his Queen.

August 6-September 6:
A Little Night Music

Book by Hugh Wheeler

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondhiem

Directed by Spiro Veloudos

Musical Direction by Jonathan Goldberg

This lush musicalization of an Imgmar Bergman film is about mid-summer romances. Stephen Sondheim's touching musical of manners is set in the early twentieth century and deals with all the wonderful mistakes we make in love. A nostalgic musical sure to move audiences to laughter and tears, featuring the classic "Send in the Clowns."

Aug 18, 24 & 25:
Project Shakespeare: Macbeth

Directed by Deborah Schoenberg

Aug 18, 24 & 25 at 7:30 pm

Aug 10 Fundraising Event:
Love Letters by A.R. Gurney

Performed by Deborah Schoenberg and Spiro Veloudos

Directed by Tim Kelley

Aug 10 (Raindate Aug.11) 8:00pm

A look back at our 1997 season:

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Updated Wednesday, January 10, 2001