The apathetic but good-natured Bérenger watches helpless as friends & townsfolk transform into beasts in this absurdist masterpiece that contends with purposelessness & the persuasive power of violence in the rise of fascism. Rhinoceros Eugene Ionesco, translated by Derek Prouse directed by Hal Park, featuring actors from the Professional Company-In-Residence December 9-17 (shows Dec 9,10,15,16,17 @ 7:30pm) on the…

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Misalliance by George Bernard Shaw, directed by Hal Park UPDATED: December 14, 16-19 @ 7:30 on the Nancy Niles Sexton Stage at Walden Theatre/Blue Apple Players An airplane crashes through a roof, disrupting a stagnant social gathering and delivering a longed-for taste of adventure by way of a dashing young pilot and his lovely, headstrong…

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December 11-20 Walden Theatre presents Anton Chekhov’s UNCLE VANYA Adapted by David Mamet from an English translation by Vlada Chernordik directed by Hal Park Since his sister’s death, Vanya has maintained & improved her estate. But the return of her widower with his young second wife threatens to undermine Vanya’s work — and the family’s future – in this…

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Don’t miss this show that Artistic Director Charlie Sexton called “the best alumni show in several years.” This summer the Walden Theatre Alumni bring you AMERICAN BUFFALO by David Mamet. It’s going to be an intense night, so make sure you leave any collectible coins at home and be prepared for lots of mature language.…

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Don’t miss the WFPL story by Erin Keane on American Buffalo by David Mamet, directed by Hal Park and featuring Elliot Cornett, Jacob Lyle, and Ben Park.  The director of this production answered our questions about this play, his experience, and more. Check out the epistolary interview below: Do you have any particular favorite contemporary…

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This summer the Walden Theatre Alumni are bringing you AMERICAN BUFFALO by David Mamet. It’s going to be an intense night, so make sure you leave any collectible coins at home. And there’s a lot of grown up language here, so this is not a show for the little ones. The show plays at Walden…

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