Man of La Mancha

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Boyd-Quinson Mainstage
One of the world’s most popular shows, this Tony-winning “Impossible Dream” musical opens the 2015 Mainstage Season.

Butler

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St. Germain Stage
A sharp witted Civil War comedy about recently promoted Major General Benjamin Butler and Shepard Mallory, an escaped slave who seeks sanctuary at Butler’s Union fort.

Fiesta Grande 2015

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2015 Gala
Join us on June 13 for a special performance of Man of La Mancha followed by dinner and dancing with a Spanish flair.

Session Americana

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Mr. Finn's Cabaret
Described as "a rock band in a tea-cup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle," this collective of talented musicians craft a musical experience unlike any other.

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May
14
Thu
Butler @ Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center
May 14 @ 7:30 pm

By Richard Strand
Directed by Joseph Discher

New England Premiere

Based on actual events that changed the lives of over 10,000 slaves, Butler is the recipient of the Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award. The comedy, set at the beginning of the Civil War, follows Benjamin Butler, a successful Massachusetts lawyer, who has just been promoted to Major General and given command of Fort Monroe in Virginia. The inexperienced but shrewd Butler soon finds himself in the middle of an explosive situation, exacerbated by an equally shrewd runaway slave.

“It’s part comedy, part historical drama and part biography, often all at once, and sometimes none of those…Just call it splendid… exceedingly enjoyable production… In short, it’s a hoot… these men use wordplay that is by turns sarcastic, droll and witty” –The New York Times

“an excellent and engrossing play laced with humor” –CurtainUp

 “a fascinating and entertaining historical play… a very significant piece of theater, a timeless exploration of social conscience and individual responsibility.” –BroadwayWorld

May
15
Fri
Butler @ Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center
May 15 @ 7:30 pm

By Richard Strand
Directed by Joseph Discher

New England Premiere

Based on actual events that changed the lives of over 10,000 slaves, Butler is the recipient of the Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award. The comedy, set at the beginning of the Civil War, follows Benjamin Butler, a successful Massachusetts lawyer, who has just been promoted to Major General and given command of Fort Monroe in Virginia. The inexperienced but shrewd Butler soon finds himself in the middle of an explosive situation, exacerbated by an equally shrewd runaway slave.

“It’s part comedy, part historical drama and part biography, often all at once, and sometimes none of those…Just call it splendid… exceedingly enjoyable production… In short, it’s a hoot… these men use wordplay that is by turns sarcastic, droll and witty” –The New York Times

“an excellent and engrossing play laced with humor” –CurtainUp

 “a fascinating and entertaining historical play… a very significant piece of theater, a timeless exploration of social conscience and individual responsibility.” –BroadwayWorld

May
16
Sat
Butler @ Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center
May 16 @ 7:30 pm

By Richard Strand
Directed by Joseph Discher

New England Premiere

Based on actual events that changed the lives of over 10,000 slaves, Butler is the recipient of the Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award. The comedy, set at the beginning of the Civil War, follows Benjamin Butler, a successful Massachusetts lawyer, who has just been promoted to Major General and given command of Fort Monroe in Virginia. The inexperienced but shrewd Butler soon finds himself in the middle of an explosive situation, exacerbated by an equally shrewd runaway slave.

“It’s part comedy, part historical drama and part biography, often all at once, and sometimes none of those…Just call it splendid… exceedingly enjoyable production… In short, it’s a hoot… these men use wordplay that is by turns sarcastic, droll and witty” –The New York Times

“an excellent and engrossing play laced with humor” –CurtainUp

 “a fascinating and entertaining historical play… a very significant piece of theater, a timeless exploration of social conscience and individual responsibility.” –BroadwayWorld

May
17
Sun
Butler @ Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center
May 17 @ 3:00 pm

By Richard Strand
Directed by Joseph Discher

New England Premiere

Based on actual events that changed the lives of over 10,000 slaves, Butler is the recipient of the Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award. The comedy, set at the beginning of the Civil War, follows Benjamin Butler, a successful Massachusetts lawyer, who has just been promoted to Major General and given command of Fort Monroe in Virginia. The inexperienced but shrewd Butler soon finds himself in the middle of an explosive situation, exacerbated by an equally shrewd runaway slave.

“It’s part comedy, part historical drama and part biography, often all at once, and sometimes none of those…Just call it splendid… exceedingly enjoyable production… In short, it’s a hoot… these men use wordplay that is by turns sarcastic, droll and witty” –The New York Times

“an excellent and engrossing play laced with humor” –CurtainUp

 “a fascinating and entertaining historical play… a very significant piece of theater, a timeless exploration of social conscience and individual responsibility.” –BroadwayWorld

Session Americana @ Mr. Finn's Cabaret
May 17 @ 8:00 pm

Described as “a rock band in a tea-cup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle,” this collective of talented musicians craft a musical experience unlike any other.

May
18
Mon
Session Americana @ Mr. Finn's Cabaret
May 18 @ 8:00 pm

Described as “a rock band in a tea-cup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle,” this collective of talented musicians craft a musical experience unlike any other.

May
19
Tue
Butler @ Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center
May 19 @ 7:30 pm

By Richard Strand
Directed by Joseph Discher

New England Premiere

Based on actual events that changed the lives of over 10,000 slaves, Butler is the recipient of the Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award. The comedy, set at the beginning of the Civil War, follows Benjamin Butler, a successful Massachusetts lawyer, who has just been promoted to Major General and given command of Fort Monroe in Virginia. The inexperienced but shrewd Butler soon finds himself in the middle of an explosive situation, exacerbated by an equally shrewd runaway slave.

“It’s part comedy, part historical drama and part biography, often all at once, and sometimes none of those…Just call it splendid… exceedingly enjoyable production… In short, it’s a hoot… these men use wordplay that is by turns sarcastic, droll and witty” –The New York Times

“an excellent and engrossing play laced with humor” –CurtainUp

 “a fascinating and entertaining historical play… a very significant piece of theater, a timeless exploration of social conscience and individual responsibility.” –BroadwayWorld