Freud’s Last Session (September 16 through 25, 2016) unfolds in the looming shadow of WWII, and places in one room an elderly Sigmund Freud, brilliant psychiatrist and long-time atheist, and Oxford professor C.S. Lewis, prolific writer, professed Christian and outspoken critic of Freud’s teaching. The ensuing 90 minutes of conversation and debate sparkles with wit, articulate argument, and some pathos—as well as with surprising civility. This critically-acclaimed drama by Mark St. Germain is a must see for everyone on both sides of the issues. Starring Larry Bower as Sigmund Freud and Jeff Salisbury as C.S. Lewis. Rated PG for subject matter—recommended for high school and up.
The Wind in the Willows (November 4 through 13, 2016) Kenneth Grahame’s fanciful children’s book, is brought to hilarious life as a lively preamble to the holiday season. All the familiar characters are here: Rat and Mole floating lazily down the river; wise, gruff Badger in his cozy den; and of course the irrepressible Mr. Toad, who gets into one scrape after another and needs his friends to rescue him. Introduce a new generation to live theater and a children’s literary classic at the same time! Rated G—recommended for audiences of ALL ages.
William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet (February 17 through 26, 2017) Sword fights! Masked balls! Star-crossed love! This is Shakespeare as you have always wanted to see it: up close and personal. afO’s innovative in-the-round staging will provide an immersive, interactive experience for the audience. A hot-blooded romance to cheer the winter blahs, and a perfect show to grow a new generation of Shakespeare lovers, this is a masterpiece for all generations to enjoy together. Rated PG for intensity—recommended for middle school and up.
A Wrinkle in Time (April 28 through May 7, 2017) rounds out our season with a recent adaptation of Madeline L’Engle’s Newbery Award winning science fiction novel. Meg Murray is a middle school girl with a terrible self-image…and it doesn’t help that her mother is brilliant and gorgeous, her baby brother Charles Wallace is a genius, and her dad is missing. Enter handsome classmate Calvin O’Keefe and three wacky old women, who take Meg and Charles Wallace on a dangerous but exhilirating journey to rescue Mr. Murray. A terrific coming of age novel and a powerful story of good versus evil. Rated PG for intensity – recommend for middle school and up.
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