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2017 - 2018 Season

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Deathtrap by Ira Levin

Everyone is dying to have a big, fat Broadway hit. Especially playwright Sidney Bruhl. In this hugely popular stage and screen success, Bruhl goes to all sorts of lengths to reclaim his fame and fortune. But not before the audience itself is slain — with laughter! The twists and turns involve devious wives, nosy neighbors and all sorts of weaponry... plenty of tricks to keep you on the edge of your seat!

October 6-8, 19-21
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

" absolute knockout of a suspense melodrama"
- The New York Times   

She Kills Monsters PosterShe Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen

A girl, searching to make sense of the death of her sister, symbolically reconnects with her in an epic game of Dungeons & Dragons. The girl learns that not everyone is who they appear to be, that sometimes the bad guys are the good guys (and vice versa), and that souls can be lost, but never forgotten. She Kills Monsters is a salute to all the nerds amongst us... and the badasses that live within them.

December 1-3, 7-9
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

"...deceptively breezy and rather ingenious comedy...It will slash and shapeshift its way into your heart."
- The New York Times

Lobby Hero PosterLobby Hero by Kenneth Lonergan

Kenneth Lonergan (Academy Award® winner for Manchester by the Sea) peeks behind the entrance of an upper-middle class New York City apartment
building. It's the graveyard shift, when the security guard/doorman has little to do but crack wise with his boss, and try to make time with a rookie cop new to the beat. Things escalate when a murder case unfolds that embroils them all.

February 23-25, March 1-4
Tower Fine Arts Center Black Box Theatre 

"A masterpiece. The best drama, the best comedy, and the best romance of the year, all rolled into one."
- Time Out NY

Urinetown PosterUrinetown
Music by Mark Hollmann
Lyrics by Mark Hollman & Greg Kotis
Book by Greg Kotis

"What kind of musical is this?" asks Little Sally, wide-eyed in the dark, dystopian city in which the action takes place. With its tongue firmly implanted in its cheek, Urinetown is a place where a drought has led to a ban on private toilets. The citizens must use public amenities, regulated by a single corrupt company, owned by a single corrupt man. So, to answer your question, Little Sally, Urinetown is an irreverent satire of big business, big government, the legal system, revolutions, Brecht, Weill, love, musical comedy, and pretty much everything else it can squeeze into its smart, snappy, sarcastic script.

April 20-22, 26-28
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage 

- The New York Times"

Last Updated 7/21/22