"This is not the family I signed up for..."
February 1 - 3, 8 - 11, & 15 - 17
1057 W Broad St
Falls Church, VA 22046
By Alan Ayckbourn
Directed By Ward Kay
Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for best revival of a Play - A hilarious entanglement between three siblings and their respective partners/suitors over the course of a weekend. Part of the Norman Conquests Trilogy.
Chris D'Angelo as REG
April Everett as SARAH
Lauren Morrell as RUTH
Hanlon Smith-Dorsey as NORMAN
Elyse R. Smith as ANNIE
Jesper Sullivan Den Bergh as TOM
By Tennessee Williams
Directed By Hannah Ruth Wellons
(The role of Tom has been precast)
The Classic Memory Play, recanted by the narrator, Tom, detailing the struggles of young adulthood, living with his introverted sister and overbearing mother in 1930's St. Louis.
The Effect of
Gamma Rays on
By Paul Zindel
Directed By Jessie Roberts
(The role of Beatrice has been precast)
Winner of the 1971 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the play focuses on a dysfunctional family consisting of a Mother and her two Daughters. Tillie, the youngest daughter, constantly thwarted by her Mother, and bullied at school, seeks refuge by immersing her life in science.
By Colette Freedman
Directed By Sarah Baczewski
"...The story of four estranged sisters who reunite for their mother’s alleged suicide. Artistic, self-indulgent matriarch Mary, has married four different men and named her daughters after the location of their births... When Mary allegedly kills herself, her four daughters return home and put together the pieces of their fractured lives."
By Rebecca Gorman O'Neill
Directed By Rob Gorman
Emma and Jackson are getting a divorce. To fulfill the terms of an ill-conceived prenuptial agreement, they must spend 36 hours together, no modern conveniences or distractions, before their divorce can be legally filed... They each bring backup: Jackson’s best friend Aiden, and Emma’s sister, Sophia...
As alliances shift, old grudges and long-held secrets emerge, until each member of the group is laid metaphorically bare before the others, revealing who is whole and who is broken, who holds the moral high ground, and who actually de-railed long ago."
- Playwright Rebecca Gorman O'Neill (via New Play Exchange)