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Upcoming Events

June 2024

Sundog Theatre Performance of Clue: the Musical

June 28 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

For more information or to purchase tickets visit sundogtheatre.org/production/clue-the-musical/

Sundog Theatre Performance of Clue: the Musical

June 29 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

For more information or to purchase tickets visit sundogtheatre.org/production/clue-the-musical/

October 2024

Daughters of Leda Performance

October 3 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Returning to Stage One after last year’s workshop, Daughters of Leda is a contemporary retelling of the events of the Iliad and Oresteia focused around the Three Princesses of Sparta: Helen, Clytemnestra, and Phoebe. Following the young women as they grow up and grow apart, the play traces their paths of love, loss, vengeance, justice, and forgiveness as their names and stories become myth and legend.

Daughters of Leda Performance

October 4 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Returning to Stage One after last year’s workshop, Daughters of Leda is a contemporary retelling of the events of the Iliad and Oresteia focused around the Three Princesses of Sparta: Helen, Clytemnestra, and Phoebe. Following the young women as they grow up and grow apart, the play traces their paths of love, loss, vengeance, justice, and forgiveness as their names and stories become myth and legend.

Daughters of Leda Performance

October 5 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Returning to Stage One after last year’s workshop, Daughters of Leda is a contemporary retelling of the events of the Iliad and Oresteia focused around the Three Princesses of Sparta: Helen, Clytemnestra, and Phoebe. Following the young women as they grow up and grow apart, the play traces their paths of love, loss, vengeance, justice, and forgiveness as their names and stories become myth and legend.

Daughters of Leda Performance

October 5 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Returning to Stage One after last year’s workshop, Daughters of Leda is a contemporary retelling of the events of the Iliad and Oresteia focused around the Three Princesses of Sparta: Helen, Clytemnestra, and Phoebe. Following the young women as they grow up and grow apart, the play traces their paths of love, loss, vengeance, justice, and forgiveness as their names and stories become myth and legend.

Daughters of Leda Performance

October 6 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Returning to Stage One after last year’s workshop, Daughters of Leda is a contemporary retelling of the events of the Iliad and Oresteia focused around the Three Princesses of Sparta: Helen, Clytemnestra, and Phoebe. Following the young women as they grow up and grow apart, the play traces their paths of love, loss, vengeance, justice, and forgiveness as their names and stories become myth and legend.

November 2024

And Away We Go Performance

November 21 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Why would anyone want to pursue a life in the theatre? In And Away We Go, Terrence McNally lovingly ponders that question. Written for six actors playing thirty-six theatre makers, the play hilariously hurtles through two millennia of theatre history. We begin backstage in ancient Athens, jump to Shakespeare’s Globe, travel to Versaille's Royal Theatre on the eve of revolution, detour through Stanislavsky’s Moscow Arts Theatre in 1896, stop by The Coconut Grove in the nineteen-fifties, and land in the present day with a resident theatre company on the eve of their final performance. And Away We Go is McNally’s love letter to the theatre.

And Away We Go Performance

November 22 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Why would anyone want to pursue a life in the theatre? In And Away We Go, Terrence McNally lovingly ponders that question. Written for six actors playing thirty-six theatre makers, the play hilariously hurtles through two millennia of theatre history. We begin backstage in ancient Athens, jump to Shakespeare’s Globe, travel to Versaille's Royal Theatre on the eve of revolution, detour through Stanislavsky’s Moscow Arts Theatre in 1896, stop by The Coconut Grove in the nineteen-fifties, and land in the present day with a resident theatre company on the eve of their final performance. And Away We Go is McNally’s love letter to the theatre.

And Away We Go Performance

November 23 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Why would anyone want to pursue a life in the theatre? In And Away We Go, Terrence McNally lovingly ponders that question. Written for six actors playing thirty-six theatre makers, the play hilariously hurtles through two millennia of theatre history. We begin backstage in ancient Athens, jump to Shakespeare’s Globe, travel to Versaille's Royal Theatre on the eve of revolution, detour through Stanislavsky’s Moscow Arts Theatre in 1896, stop by The Coconut Grove in the nineteen-fifties, and land in the present day with a resident theatre company on the eve of their final performance. And Away We Go is McNally’s love letter to the theatre.

And Away We Go Performance

November 23 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Why would anyone want to pursue a life in the theatre? In And Away We Go, Terrence McNally lovingly ponders that question. Written for six actors playing thirty-six theatre makers, the play hilariously hurtles through two millennia of theatre history. We begin backstage in ancient Athens, jump to Shakespeare’s Globe, travel to Versaille's Royal Theatre on the eve of revolution, detour through Stanislavsky’s Moscow Arts Theatre in 1896, stop by The Coconut Grove in the nineteen-fifties, and land in the present day with a resident theatre company on the eve of their final performance. And Away We Go is McNally’s love letter to the theatre.

And Away We Go Performance

November 24 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Why would anyone want to pursue a life in the theatre? In And Away We Go, Terrence McNally lovingly ponders that question. Written for six actors playing thirty-six theatre makers, the play hilariously hurtles through two millennia of theatre history. We begin backstage in ancient Athens, jump to Shakespeare’s Globe, travel to Versaille's Royal Theatre on the eve of revolution, detour through Stanislavsky’s Moscow Arts Theatre in 1896, stop by The Coconut Grove in the nineteen-fifties, and land in the present day with a resident theatre company on the eve of their final performance. And Away We Go is McNally’s love letter to the theatre.

February 2025

Romeo and Juliet Performance

February 20, 2025 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Captivating audiences for over 400 hundred years, Shakespeare’s masterpiece proves the timeless appeal of love, tragedy, and fate. Directed by Wagner College Prof. Mickey Tennenbaum, the legendary star-crossed lovers find new life once again in Wagner College’s Stage One venue.

Romeo and Juliet Performance

February 21, 2025 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Captivating audiences for over 400 hundred years, Shakespeare’s masterpiece proves the timeless appeal of love, tragedy, and fate. Directed by Wagner College Prof. Mickey Tennenbaum, the legendary star-crossed lovers find new life once again in Wagner College’s Stage One venue.

Romeo and Juliet Performance

February 22, 2025 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Captivating audiences for over 400 hundred years, Shakespeare’s masterpiece proves the timeless appeal of love, tragedy, and fate. Directed by Wagner College Prof. Mickey Tennenbaum, the legendary star-crossed lovers find new life once again in Wagner College’s Stage One venue.

Romeo and Juliet Performance

February 22, 2025 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Captivating audiences for over 400 hundred years, Shakespeare’s masterpiece proves the timeless appeal of love, tragedy, and fate. Directed by Wagner College Prof. Mickey Tennenbaum, the legendary star-crossed lovers find new life once again in Wagner College’s Stage One venue.

Romeo and Juliet Performance

February 23, 2025 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Stage One Theatre

Captivating audiences for over 400 hundred years, Shakespeare’s masterpiece proves the timeless appeal of love, tragedy, and fate. Directed by Wagner College Prof. Mickey Tennenbaum, the legendary star-crossed lovers find new life once again in Wagner College’s Stage One venue.

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