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SEASON 32: TRUTH

OCTOBER 13 - NOVEMBER 23, 2019

THE EFFECT

by Lucy Prebble
directed by Elly Green
Thu, Fri, Sat 7:30pm · Sun 4pm
Tickets $26-$35

Hearts pounding, thoughts racing, and sleepless nights. Connie and Tristan are falling in love – or are they? Stuck in a clinical trial for an antidepressant, they cannot tell what is love and what is the drug. As the trial’s supervising doctors untangle this relationship, everyone involved has to question what they know.

NOV 2

FOR WOMXN BY WOMXN

a unique self-defense program
10am-2pm
$40

For Womxn, By Womxn (FW, BW) creates an environment where womxn develop their physical & mental strength to prepare for obstacles that prevent them from owning their world.

Curated by Michaela Petro, an instructor certified in rape prevention and self-defense, with certified personal trainer Cassidy Hill, and licensed clinical professional counselor Sarah Farris, to offer a 3-tiered approach to self-defense focused on recognition of predators & escaping dangerous situations.

Email michaela@strawdog.org for tickets
December 2019

HERSHEL AND THE HANUKKAH GOBLINS

based on the book by Eric Kimmel, book by Michael Dailey music & lyrics by Jacob Combs
directed by Jacqueline Stone
Saturdays and Sundays
Tickets $20-$25

Will Hershel of Ostropool outsmart the goblins who haunt the old synagogue so that villagers can celebrate Hanukkah? In this stage adaptation of the Caldecott Honor winning book by Eric Kimmel, the story comes to life with music and a little bit of magic for families of all ages to enjoy.

January 9 - February 15, 2020

THIRST

Written by C.A. Johnson
directed by Andrea J. Dymond
Thu, Fri, Sat 7:30pm · Sun 4pm
Tickets $26-$35

After a devastating water shortage and war, Samira and Greta have made a life for themselves and their son Kalil in a clearing in the woods. When Kalil returns home one day without their water rations, Samira and Greta find themselves in conflict with the local political leader.

APRIL 16 - MAY 30, 2020

WELCOME TO KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE

by Brian James Polak
directed by Leda Hoffmann
Thu, Fri, Sat 7:30pm · Sun 4pm
Tickets $26-$35

Keene, New Hampshire shares a view of Mount Monadnock with Thornton Wilder’s fictional Our Town. Modern day Keene shares many of America’s challenges – guns, opioids, divergent political views. Brian James Polak’s play explores the way we are today: in our growing up and in our marrying and in our living and in our dying.

Photography by Jon Cole Media
Production photo by Chris Ocken
Photo by KBH Media
Photo by Donald Cardiff
Photo by John Flak
Photo by Dave Brennan
Photo by Heath Hays
Production photo by TCMcG Photography