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Our 25th Anniversary season isn't over yet. Our first three productions, An Inspector Calls, August Wilson's Fences and Outside Mullingar won critical acclaim and smashed box office records. Trust us, you don't want to miss a moment this spring. 

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Death of Salesman
By Arthur Miller
Directed by Vincent M. Lancisi
April 6 – June 12, 2016
"Superb! An icon of the American theatre." –The Boston Globe
Winner of the Tony Away and Pulitzer Prize, Arthur Miller's profound and powerful tragedy of an American dreamer is a dramatic masterpiece. Willy Loman is the ultimate everyman. His life of hard work has not translated into the wealth and respect he dreamt of. As retirement draws near, his eldest son refuses to follow the path Willy has planned for him. As buried secrets from the past come to light, Willy's pursuit of the American dream begins to fade. Since it was first performed in 1949, Death of a Salesman has been recognized as a milestone of American theatre and continues to strike a chord with audiences around the world. 


   
A Streetcar Named Desire
By Tennessee Williams
Directed by Derek Goldman
April 6 – June 12, 2016
"Tennessee Williams' most celebrated work." –New York Times
One of the most remarkable plays of our time, Tennessee William's Pulitzer Prize-winning southern drama comes to life on Everyman's stage. Blanche DuBois, a faded and delicate Southern Belle, has mysteriously arrived on the doorstep of her younger sister, Stella, and her husband, the sexy yet brutish Stanley Kowalski. Blanche makes herself at home in the couple's small apartment. However, Blanche's web of lies to cover her past soon begins to crumble. Her downward spiral brings her face to face with Stanley, leading to a final plea of passion and desperation that changes them both forever. 68 years after it was written, A Streetcar Named Desire is as spellbinding as ever.