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The SubmissionSeptember 8 - October 22, 2011 | World Premiere
The Submission
by Jeff Talbott
directed by Walter Bobbie
with Jonathan Groff, Will Rogers,
Eddie Kaye Thomas, Rutina Wesley


Shaleeha G'ntamobi's stirring new play about an alcoholic black mother and her card sharp son trying to get out of the projects has just been accepted into the nation's preeminent theater festival. Trouble is, Shaleeha G'ntamobi doesn't exist, except in the imagination of wannabe-playwright Danny Larsen, who created her as a kind of affirmative-action nom-de-plume. But a nom-de-guerre may prove more useful as the lies pile up, shaky alliances are forged, and everyone dear to Danny must decide whether or not to run for cover as the whole thing threatens to blow up in his lily white face.

Wild Animals You Should KnowNov 4–Dec 11, 2011 | World Premiere
Wild Animals You Should Know
by Thomas Higgins
directed by Trip Cullman
with John Behlmann, Patrick Breen, Gideon Glick, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Alice Ripley, Daniel Stewart Sherman

Matthew and Jacob are an unlikely pair of friends. Matthew is a soccer star, full of brio and teenage swagger. Jacob is, well, not. Beneath the surface, though, the two are locked in an innocently erotic game of cat and mouse. When Matthew's reluctant father, Walter, is wrangled by his wife Marsha into chaperoning the boys' trip to a wilderness scout camp, he finds himself drawn into their adolescent game. But Matthew has secretly decided just how far he's willing to go for his final act of scouting and everyone might do well to heed the scouts' motto: Be Prepared.

CarrieJan 31-April 8, 2012
Carrie
music by Michael Gore
lyrics by Dean Pitchford
book by Lawrence D. Cohen
based on the novel by Stephen King
directed by Stafford Arima
with Marin Mazzie, Molly Ranson
Christy Altomare, Carmen Cusack, Jeanna de Waal, Derek Klena, Ben Thompson, Wayne Wilcox
Corey Boardman, Blair Goldberg, F. Michael Haynie, Andy Mientus, Elly Noble, Jen Sese
Mackenzie Bell, Jake Boyd, Anne Tolpegin
choreographed by Matt Williams

Carrie White is a misfit. At school, she's an outcast who's bullied by the popular crowd, and virtually invisible to everyone else. At home, she's at the mercy of her loving but cruelly over-protective mother. But Carrie's just discovered she's got a special power, and if pushed too far, she's not afraid to use it…

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