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By Jane AustenAdapted by Mark HealyDecember 11 - January 13 Quadracci Powerhouse
From the author of Pride and Prejudice comes this heartwarming, humorous tale of two sisters struggling to move past a family disaster. Sensible, reserved Elinor and passionate, impulsive Marianne find the road to true love beset with dashing suitors and well-meaning relatives, devoted friends and devious rivals, and scandalous secrets and unexpected twists in a period-perfect adaptation that captures all of the deliciousness, flirtation, and folly of Austen's well-loved novel.
"Hopeless romantics will devour every last scone and sigh in this heart-tugging Regency-era adventure" -San Jose Mercury News
By Marc SalemDecember 28 - February 24 Stackner CabaretMentalist Marc Salem brings his interactive stage show to The Rep for an experience that will leave you astounded, dumbfounded, and believing the unbelievable! Using psychological techniques, a sharp eye for human nature, a quick wit, and more than 20 years of close study, Mr. Salem creates a mystifying, often hilarious show that explores the depths and true capabilities of the human mind.
"Brilliantly Entertaining!" -New York Post
By Catherine TrieschmannJanuary 16 - February 24 Stiemke Studio
Religion and science collide in a visceral examination of the way in which we navigate interpersonal relationships involving seemingly irreconcilable beliefs—and just how hard it is to truly listen to one another in an increasingly polarized world. Looking to rebuild her fractured life, high school biology teacher Susan relocates from New York City to a small Kansas town reeling in the aftermath of a devastating tornado. Ready for more than a little culture shock, Susan finds herself unprepared for the firestorm that engulfs the town after she makes an off-hand comment about the origin of the universe.
"An intelligent new play…a thought-provoking look at the complexity of people who find it impossible to empathize with viewpoints not their own." – Associated Press
By Bruce NorrisDirected by Mark ClementsJanuary 29 - February 24 Quadracci Powerhouse
Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and London's Olivier Award for Best Play, Clybourne Park is a wickedly funny and fiercely provocative new play about the volatile combination of race and real estate. Act One opens in 1959, as a white couple sells their home to a black family (the Younger family in A Raisin In the Sun), causing uproar in their middle-class neighborhood; Act Two finds the same house, in 2009, changing hands again. And, while the stakes have changed over the years, the debate remains strikingly similar as neighbors wage a hilarious and horrifying pitched battle over territory and legacy that reveals just how far our ideas about race and gentrification have evolved—or, have they?
"Dangerous and provocative, and pulverizing funny!" -Variety