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Rodgers and Hammerstein's

Oklahoma!

Bennett Hall - 62 Centre St

  • July 16 - August 16
  • Wednesday - Saturday
  • 6PM
  • Sunday at 3PM*

Oklahoma! runs 2 hours and 20 minutes, including intermission.

* The Wednesday August 13th performance is FREE for all families with children on the Autism Spectrum, or with needs that may make attending live theater difficult.

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Directed by:
Justin Cerne
Starring:
Ted Bushman, Becky Sawicki , Francesca Gallucci, Marc Bitler, Vince Veilleux, Peter Sendelbach, Shae Albertson, Polly Miller, Elliott Russell, Nicole Sartor, John E. Irvin, Jason Elliot Brown, Matthew Marvin, Megan Schwartz, Mary Goode, Skyler Kardell, Phaedra Plank, Stephanie Ford, Eliza Thomas

This exuberant, groundbreaking, Pulitzer Prize winning musical tells the love story of Laurey, a spirited farm girl, and Curly, the cowboy who loves her. Oklahoma tackles class issues between farmers and cowmen in the old west as the characters struggle to find hope, love and the fulfillment of the “American Dream.” The show contains many popular songs such as Oh, What a Beautiful Morning, Kansas City and I Can’t Say No. Oklahoma is the first collaboration written by composer Richard Rogers and lyricist, Oscar Hammerstein II. It is one of their most popular musicals and is guaranteed to raise the spirits of those who see it.

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A.R. Gurney's

Black Tie

Centre Stage - 2 Centre Street

  • July 9 - August 2
  • Wednesday - Saturday 7:30PM
  • Sunday July 20 & 27 at 6PM

Black Tie runs 80 minutes with no intermission.

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Directed by:
Fritz Michel
Starring:
Samara Neely-Cohen, Ellie Cornell, Wally Marzano-Lesnevich, David McCandless, Geoffrey Wade

Father of the groom, Curtis, simply wants to make a memorable toast at his son’s rehearsal dinner. But before he is able to raise his glass, he must defend the time-honored ways of his past, including his attire. Cultures clash when a surprise guest is announced, threatening to throw convention out the window. Curtis finds that balancing the standards of his late father and the needs of his future family may prove too messy for a black tie affair.

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A staged reading of

Orson Welles'

Moby Dick Rehearsed

Whaling Museum

  • August 11,12,13 SOLD OUT
  • Thursday August 14th performance w/ roof top after party
  • 7PM

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Directed by:
Diana Denley
Starring:
John Shea

Back by popular demand and with an extended run, a staged reading presented in collaboration with the Nantucket Historical Association. 

It takes a fool or perhaps a genius to adapt the great American novel for the stage—but Orson Welles was a bit of both. America’s most celebrated stage and screen director chased Moby Dick for several years, finally capturing him in Moby Dick Rehearsed, first performed in 1955 at the Duke of York Theatre in London. TWN’s rendition, presented under the skeleton of the great whale in the NHA’s Whaling Museum, tells the classic tale of Captain Ahab and his quest to find and destroy the creature that bit off his leg. It is a play that evokes the conflicting emotions of his crew, the sights and smells of Nantucket harbor, the great whaling ship Pequod, and the vastness of the ocean itself. 

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High Fashion

on Low Beach

Low Beach in Sconset

  • Friday, August 15
  • 7PM

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Theatre Workshop of Nantucket is pleased to announce its summer signature fundraiser, High Fashion on Low Beach, featuring the designs of Michel Kors, a major fashion icon and one of Time Magazine's 2013 top 100 influential people. The event will showcase Michael Kors fashions in an exclusive evening with a full runway fashion show, cocktail party, merchandise sale, and a live auction with tickets to New York's Fashion Week—all followed by a dancing party around the pool.

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Jane Condon & Friends

August 4 - SINGLE Ladies of Stand-Up

Bennett Hall - 62 Centre St

  • Monday, August 4
  • 7:30PM

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Directed by:
Jane Condon

Join the one and ONLY Jane Condon, who recently ROCKED it on Nickelodeon's NickMom Night Out and her funny friends Vicky Kuperman and Kendra Cunningham  for a night of comedy and dessert. 

This show SELLS OUT fast and the audience leaves in stitches! Grab those tickets now!

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Karen Sklaire's One-Woman Show

Drama at the Point

Bennett Hall - 62 Centre St

  • Tuesday, August 5
  • 7:30PM

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Directed by:
Cheryl King
Starring:
Karan Sklaire

This comical and touching story opens with Karen, all bright eyes and cotton-candy dreams - on her way to her first day of teaching in the South Bronx.  She will reach out and embrace the students, who will in turn embrace her. She will conquer the school hierarchy and lead these young minds to enlightenment through the joy of acting. Some day they will make a film about her life. A film like To Sir With Love or Dangerous Minds. 

And so begins her journey through the challenging corridors of the New York City Public school system - complete with rubber rooms, baby gangstas and dashed dreams.  And when all seems lost - she finds the strength and courage to not give up through her connection with her students and her hope that she can make a difference - in any way she can.  

 “KAREN SKLAIRE is 5-foot-zero of energy and rocks the stage with her wildly funny tales of shock, frustration, and yes, a little success here and there. She never loses the upbeat optimistic energy that propelled her through her teaching career and into her acting career. You will laugh out loud, and you may learn something.”
Karen D’Onofrio  http://www.eljnyc.com/Offbway.html

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