The Canterbury Tales and the legend of Camelot intertwine with today’s internet culture in this post-pandemic story-within-a-story telling of the marriage of Sir Gawain. All these stories culminate in an acknowledgment of what women most desire. One of Geoffrey Chaucer’s most beloved characters, The Wife of Bath narrates this tale both in dialogue and song, aided by an ensemble of various modern-day students, the pilgrims of The Canterbury Tales, and the knights and ladies of the Round Table.
September 30 through October 9.
An evening of one act comedies!
Ways & Means by Noël Coward is set in the summer of 1935 in a luxurious villa on the French Riviera, a wealthy couple drowning in debt and embarrassment are saved from disaster by an unusual situation!
Gosforth’s Fête by Alan Ayckbourn is a delicious farce set in a tent at a village fair in the countryside of Kent, England where everything that could go wrong happens!
Amélie is an extraordinary young woman who lives quietly in the world but loudly in her mind. She covertly improvises small but surprising acts of kindness that bring joy and mayhem. But when a chance at love comes her way, Amélie realizes that to find happiness she’ll have to risk everything and say what’s in her heart. Be inspired by this imaginative dreamer who finds her voice, discovers the power of connection, and sees possibility around every corner.