This season opens with The Memory of Water by Shelagh Stephenson: Three sisters and their partners gather at the home of their recently dead mother and revisit the past in poignant and often hilarious ways.
When: November 15th-17th
Gasping by Ben Elton: Gasping is a brilliantly funny satire on big business, the media, and product exploitation. Lockheart Industries is making serious money, but Sir Chiffley Lockheart needs the buzz that finding a way to make money where none has existed before gives him. Philip suggests selling designer air. Perrier for the nostrils becomes the marketing phenomenon of the decade and millions are quickly made. People start hoarding for a rainy day and oxygen supplies run low. The world starts gasping and only the biggest suckers survive.
When: March 20-23rd
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee: This classic is notable for its dark look at a married couple’s relationship and the twisted games they play.
When: June 5th-8th
Summer Show – TBD
All performances are at The Cube, Stapleton.