Strindberg’s game of class, power and seduction arrives in a new adaptation by Lacey Perrine Chu in a seductive new location: Indigo’s Opium Den. Notable: it’s Shanghai with cheongsams, not Sweden with dirndls.
The 39 Steps
Mirth & murder mix in this stage adaptation of Hitchcock’s classic thriller. Notable: Four actors play 150 characters (some die).
Cane Fields Burning
Local playwright Kemuel DeMoville spins a ghostly tale of a Hawaii plantation curse stickier than Thai rice. Notable: in Noh-style theatre. Waki right in and shite a while.
Oedipus the King
The eyes have it. Oh, yes, this play was Freud’s source for the complex, but mothers aside, it’s still a powerful tale of hubris. Notable: set within modern times and a corporate setting.
The Futrelle-ogy: Dearly Beloved / Christmas Belles / Southern Hospitality
Are all Southern belles dingalings? You’ll have three chances to find out as The Actors’ Group bring the Futrelle sisters of Fayro, Texas, into town with three riotous comedies. Notable: performed in repertory–for non-theater folks that means “in rotation.”