[button link=”http://www.commonwealththeatre.org/2016/10/street-closures-saturday-oct-22/” size=”large” target=”_blank or _self” icon=”” color=”orange” lightbox=”true or false”]Street Closures for October 22 – affects classes and performance of The Boy Who Cried Wolf (click to view)[/button] A show for the whole family! This lively adaptation set in Argentina and featuring latin music and dance recounts Aesop’s fable of a youth tasked with…

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Playing out poetically and fantastically across time in Berlin and New York, this play by Pulitzer Prize winner Tony Kushner sounds a chilling warning about complacency—and complicity—in times of political upheaval. And in this charged election year it poses a simple question: If Adolf Hitler were rising to power today, what would you do? Oct 13…

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Commonwealth Theatre Center is proud to welcome audiences for the opening of our merged company’s 41st season with an uproarious French comedy. September 22 – October 1 Tartuffe by Molière, adapted by Richard WIlbur directed by Charlie Sexton Tartuffe visits the house of a wealthy nobleman and his mother, both of whom are blinded by the pious façade that the rest of…

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The Aliens by Annie Baker directed by Maggie Rogers August 12-13 @ 9:15 Tickets $6 Please join Commonwealth Theatre Center in welcoming—again!—our Walden Theatre Alumni Company for two special encore performances of Annie Baker’s play The Aliens. The play garnered some great responses, including this one from reviewer Eli Keel in Arts-Louisville: Anger, Anxiety, and-Strangeness…

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Join the Walden Theatre Alumni Company for two shows this July! [one_half] Cowboy Mouth by Sam Shepard directed by Ben Park July 18, 19, 21 @ 7:30 [/one_half] [one_half_last] The Aliens by Annie Baker directed by Maggie Rogers July 20 @ 7:30 and July 22-23 @ 9:10 [/one_half_last] Alienation and disaffection are the touchstones of these two…

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[responsive][/responsive] VERY IMPORTANT Read the info below before clicking the signup link Thank you for your interest in seeing Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The link to our online signup is below, but due to overwhelming demand all three performances were fully booked at last check. That said, there are a couple of options available to…

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This summer, the talented casts of Commonwealth Theatre Center’s Summer Academy program present Charlie and the Chocolate Factory based on the book by Roald Dahl and dramatized by Richard R. George—a beloved classic that’s sure to delight audiences of all ages! [box style=”1 or 2″]Join Charlie and a colorful ensemble of golden ticket holders for a magical…

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Henry VI Parts 1, 2, & 3 Walden Theatre/Blue Apple Players is proud to present in repertory the three hugely popular plays that cemented Shakespeare’s reputation as the preeminent playwright of his day. The trio of Henry VI plays chronicles The Wars of the Roses—a bloody period of deception, military threats from without & within, and profound uncertainty for…

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StoryTime Theatre: SKYHIGH TALES by Mera Kathryn Corlett Walden Theatre / Blue Apple Players invites your whole family to join us for SKYHIGH TALES by Mera Kathryn Corlett. The performance is an adventure with America’s larger than life folk heroes who showcase the courage, feats of strength, and resiliency that define all tall tale characters. This production is part of our…

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Failure: A Love Story A Co-Production of the Alumni Company and Conservatory Program by Philip Dawkins, directed by Ben Park The Fail sisters are doomed in this inventive new tragedy that blends lost loves, broken clocks, high spirits, talking birds, and untimely ends. Join our blended company of Conservatory actors and alumni instructors for this…

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