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    by Stephen Sondheim & George Furth
    Directed by Spiro Veloudos 

    A ground-breaking musical, Company is a prescient, insightful, and often hilarious look at modern relationships. 


    by Edward Albee
    Directed by Scott Edmiston

    Following his thrilling revivals of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and My Fair Lady, director Scott Edmiston takes on Albee's fiercely funny and intensely painful masterpiece.


    book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
    music by Frederick Loewe
    Directed by Spiro Veloudos

    Lerner & Lowe's beloved tale of King Arthur, Guenevere, and Lancelot  in a witty new adaptation that brings this romantic yet ultimately tragic tale into sharper focus.


    by Kenneth Lin
    Directed by Dawn M. Simmons

    Playwright Kenneth Lin (TV’s House of Cards) delivers “an absorbing, incisive new play that crackles with authenticity” (NY Times), just in time for the climax of a surprising election season. 


    Book & music by Joe Kinosian
    Book & lyrics by Kellan Blair
    Directed by A. Nora Long 

    Everyone is a suspect! In this hilarious musical mystery, one actor plays the detective and one actor plays all the suspects . . . and they both play the piano! 


    by Robert O'Hara
    Directed by Summer L. Williams

    A viciously funny new take on family drama that skewers the stories we celebrate. Director Summer L. Williams  will have the audience racing to keep up with all the surprises and reversals in this piercingly funny new play.


    by Sarah Ruhl
    Directed by Courtney O'Connor

    Art imitates Life. Life imitates Art. Two squabbling long-lost loves are cast as long-lost lovers, and quickly lose touch with reality in this romantic and revealing play-within-a-play. 


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Just announced for 2016-17 season: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Following his thrilling revivals of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and My Fair Lady at the Lyric Stage, director Scott Edmiston turns to Albee’s towering masterpiece, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? This fiercely funny and intensely painful play that examines the breakdown of a middle-aged couple, who mercilessly draw a naïve younger pair into the bitter psychological cage match of their frustrated marriage.

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