7:30pm in our newly renovated lobby
Doors open 6:30pm for drinks and concessions
$15.00 at the door / $17.00 online (includes $2.00 online ticket processing fee)
Reservations Strongly Suggested
Seating is Limited
Appropriate for audiences aged 16 and up
*Club Series not part of Regular Season Package
2022 Play Reading Club Series
April 22 & 23, 2022
Fade by Tanya Saracho
Directed by Diana Story
When Lucia, a Mexican-born novelist, gets her first TV writing job, she feels a bit out of place on the white male dominated set. Lucia quickly becomes friends with the only other Latino around, a janitor named Abel. As Abel shares his stories with Lucia, similar plots begin to find their way into the TV scripts that Lucia writes. Fade is a play about class and race within the Latinx community, as well as at large, and how status does not change who you are at your core.
June 24 & 25, 2022
American Son by Christopher Demos-Brown
Directed by Ken’Ja L. Brown
An estranged bi-racial couple must confront their feelings about race and bias after their son is detained and appears to be missing following a traffic stop incident. With unrelentingly high tension on every level – maternal, marital, societal – the audience is on the edge of their seat while this couple tries to find out what has happened to their son.
September 9 & 10, 2022
Fat Pig by Neil LaBute
How many insults can you hear before you stand up and defend the woman you love? Tom faces that question when he falls for Helen, a bright, funny, sexy young woman who happens to be plus sized. Forced to explain his relationship to his shallow (although shockingly funny) friends, he finally comes to terms with his own preconceptions of the importance of conventional good looks. Neil Labute’s sharply drawn play not only critiques our adherence to Hollywood ideals of beauty but also questions our own ability to change what we dislike about ourselves.
October 21 & 22, 2022
Cowboy Versus Samurai by Michael Golamco
Directed by Oscar Seung
A laugh-out- loud, romantic comedy exploring the sexual dynamics that surface around race when an attractive Korean American woman moves to town. Travis Park is a high school English teacher and the only Korean American living in a dusty cowboy town known as Breakneck. Wyoming. When a gorgeous, whip smart Asian American woman moves into town, he immediately falls for her; the only problem is she only dates white men. In this strangely funny and often moving retelling of Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano De Bergerac, one man must choose allegiance between his cowboy friend ( a dim, handsome, Caucasian P.E. teacher named Del) and his Asian Brother with a capital-B (crazed, militant Asian of unkno0wn origin, Chester) He must choose between the Asian American and the American within himself- between Cowboy Vs Samurai – in pursuit of a love that may only be as real as the love letters he writes for someone else.
Casts to be announced later
Tickets On Sale February 2022