Rep Stage Proudly Announces 2013-14 Season
Rep Stage’s 21st season explores concepts of time and memories through the eyes of a young woman hoping to fill her family house with her own memories; a German transvestite who recalls surviving both the Nazi and East German communist regimes; the conflicting and often chilling reminiscences of a middle-aged piano teacher and her former students; and, through the gifts of imagination, music, moonlight, and magic with a girl, a boy, two fathers, and a wall, as we “try to remember when life was so tender… “
"A Young Lady of Property”
by Horton Foote
September 11 – 29, 2013
The story of Wilma, a lonely girl who has lived with her aunt since her mother’s death. Her greatest wish is to live with her father in the house her mother left her—in the absence of a real family, the house has become everything to her, and her whole identity is based on this, her one possession.
“I Am My Own Wife”
by Doug Wright
October 30 – November 17, 2013
Winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize and the 2004 Tony Award, “I Am My Own Wife” is based on the true story of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, a German transvestite who survived both the Nazi and repressive East German Communist regimes. Inspired by interviews conducted over several years by the playwright, it features Michael Stebbins as Charlotte and more than 40 other characters who represent the men and women in Charlotte’s life in Germany from the 1930s through 1990, when the Berlin Wall fell.
“The Piano Teacher”
by Julia Cho
February 5 – February 23, 2014
Playwright Julia Cho’s brilliantly crafted mystery tells the tale of an elderly widow and former piano teacher, Mrs. K, who has lived by herself in a small town since the death of her husband. She fills her days reminiscing about her late husband, as well as the children who had been her students.
Book by Tom Jones, Music by Harvey Schmidt,
April 30 – May 18, 2014
A timeless fable of love, “The Fantasticks,” by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt, is the world's longest running musical, having run for over 52 years in Manhattan with 17,162 performances, entrancing generations of audiences the world over. Hailed as "A Gem" by The Wall Street Journal, “The Fantasticks” is a funny and romantic musical about a boy, a girl, two fathers, and a wall.
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