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Admission

(Unless otherwise noted)

  • Evening performances: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday–Saturday
  • Matinée performances: 2 p.m. on Sunday

Tickets

You can call the Box Office to make advanced reservations, or you can buy tickets at the Box Office on the day of the performance beginning at 7 p.m.

  • TCC students, faculty and staff: Free
  • Non-TCC students and senior citizens: $3
  • General public: $6

2016–2017 Season

Treasure Island

By Robert Louis Stevenson
Adapted by Bryony Lavery
Directed by Josh Blann

October 12–16

It’s a dark, stormy night. The stars are out. Jim, the innkeeper’s granddaughter, opens the door to a terrifying stranger. At the old sailor’s feet sits a huge sea-chest, full of secrets. Jim invites him in—and her dangerous voyage begins. Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale of murder, money and mutiny is brought to life in this thrilling adaptation.

“Jim Hawkins becomes a girl rebelling against gender roles in this imaginative adaptation, which keeps alive the wit and excitement of the book…it offers variations on Stevenson’s original without vandalizing it…This version, like the book, is a tribute to the wit, honour and resourcefulness of children…” —The Guardian (U.S.).

Appropriate for all audiences.

 

The Laramie Project

By Moisés Kaufman and the Members of Tectonic Theater Project
Directed by J. Brent Alford

November 30–December 4

In October 1998, a 21-year-old student at the University of Wyoming was kidnapped, severely beaten and left tied to a fence in the middle of the prairie outside Laramie, Wyoming. His bloody, bruised and battered body was not discovered until the next day, and he died several days later in an area hospital. His name was Matthew Shepard, and he was the victim of this assault because he was gay.

Moisés Kaufman and fellow members of the Tectonic Theater Project made 6 trips to Laramie over the course of a year and a half, in the aftermath of the beating and during the trial of the 2 young men accused of killing Shepard. They conducted more than 200 interviews with the people of the town. Some people interviewed were directly connected to the case, while others were citizens of Laramie, and the breadth of the reactions to the crime is fascinating.

Kaufman and Tectonic Theater members have constructed a deeply moving theatrical experience from these interviews and their own experiences in Laramie. "The Laramie Project" is a breathtaking collage that explores the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights of compassion of which we are capable.

"A pioneering work of theatrical reportage and a powerful stage event." —Time magazine

"Astonishing. Not since Angels in America has a play attempted so much: nothing less than an examination of the American psyche at the end of the millennium." —Associated Press

"There emerges a mosaic as moving and important as any you will see on the walls of the churches of the world…nothing short of stunning…you will be held in rapt attention." —New York Magazine

Strong language and adult content.

 

Miss Nelson is Missing!

A play for children by Jeffrey Hatcher
Based on the book by Harry Allard and James Marshall
Directed by Brent Alford

Two public performances only
Friday, March 3 at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, March at 2 p.m.

Miss Nelson can't control her crazy classroom because she's just too nice. But when she disappears, her replacement is the hard-as-nails, detention-loving, recess-canceling, homework-overloading substitute teacher Viola Swamp! With the Big Test approaching, the kids suddenly realize how much they miss Miss Nelson and they'll do anything—including hiring a private eye—to solve the mystery of her disappearance and bring her back.

Appropriate for all audiences.

 

Almost, Maine

A romantic comedy by John Cariani
Directed by Griffin Hammel

April 19–23

On a cold, clear, moonless night in the middle of winter, all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine. As the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above, Almost's residents find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. But the bruises heal, and the hearts mend—almost—in this delightful midwinter night's dream.

Strong language and adult content.

Updated January 03, 2017