Andy Warhol’s Tomato When a teenage Andy Warhol finds himself in the basement of a working class bar in Pittsburg, PA he gets inspiration, guidance and friendship from a surprising source.

 


All My Sons…  Arthur Miller’s Tony Award Winning All My Sons first opened in 1947 and was inspired by a story from an Ohio Newspaper on an aircraft factory’s troubled contracts during the war. The entire play takes place over one day in the yard of the Midwestern home of the Keller’s in August 1946. Kate, Joe and Chris Keller’s home is a neighborhood hub, on this day the expected and unexpected return of two former neighbors, Ann and George, stir up the secrets of the past and expose who is family and how we justify the sacrifice we make for family.

 


Bill Burnett and Suzy Williams In Concert  The musical comedy team of Suzy Williams and Bill Burnett has been called many things over the years:  The Boners, Mr. & Mrz. Burnett…well, that’s about it. On September 8th they are coming together for a rare reunion, with all their glorious harmonies and hilarious hijinx intact.  Suzy has lately been seen with her own shows featuring her originals with partners Michael Jost, Brad Kay and many others.  Her annual high-brow vaudeville Lit Show is a big hit at Beyond Baroque. Bill Burnett is the co-Creator of Nickelodeon’s high concept hit “ChalkZone,” for which he wrote the theme, all the special songs and many of the scripts. His feature length animated musical The Electric Piper is a cult favorite and he has written songs and special comedy material for Bette Midler, Patti Lupone, Rodney Dangerfield, Tim Curry, Curious George, Pebbles Flintstone and Casper the Friendly Ghost, to name just a few.  We are excited to have this unique duo return to our stage.


The Few   Four years ago, Bryan abandoned his labor of love, a newspaper for truckers. Now he’s returned – with no word of where he’s been – and things have changed. His former lover is filled with rage, his new coworker is filled with incessant adoration, and his paper is filled with personal ads. As he considers giving up for good, Bryan searches for what he couldn’t find on the road: a way to keep faith in humanity. The Few was praised for its “unusual insight into, and empathy for, people whose lives have settled into sad stasis, or strategic withdrawal.” (fromThe New York Times review of original production)

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