In this funny, haunting, and beautifully-crafted tribute to Anton Chekhov's The Seagull, playwright Steven Dietz puts two young lovers in a room and forces them to say what they really feel about each other, over and over again
Written by Steven Dietz Directed by Anne Penner JMAC Studios
October 30 - November 9, 2014
Anton Chekhov's masterpiece about actors, writers, love, and desire. The play, a tragicomedy, invites you to experience the human beings caught in craving, getting, and losing. We've set it in 10th century Russia, and our production values access and intimacy.
Written by Anton Chekhov Directed by Greg Ungar Byron Theatre
January 16, 2015 at 7:30pm
Rapture, Blister Burn, staged reading
After university Catherine and Gwen chose opposite paths. Decades later, unfulfilled in opposite ways, each woman covets the other's life, and a dangerous game begins as each tries to claim the other's territory.
Written by Gina Gionfriddo FREE Admission Byron Theatre
February 11 - 15, 2015
Lobster Boy, Beth and The Dumb Waiter
Written by various authors Directed by Tony Ryan, Rick Barbour and Sarah Crockarell JMAC Studios
February 26 - March 8, 2015
Join us at The Footlights Club in New York City and share the hopes and dreams of the ambitious young actresses who reside there.
Written by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman Directed by Ashlee Temple Byron Theatre
April 17, 2015 at 7:30pm
God of Carnage, staged reading
What happens when two sets of parents meet up to deal with the unruly behavior of their children? A calm and rational debate between grown-ups or a hysterical night of name-calling, tantrums, and tears?
Written by Yasmina Reza Admission is FREE Byron Theatre
April and May, 2015
Senior Capstone Festival
Seniors direct a one-act play using the theatrical skills, techniques, perspectives and styles learned from our program.
Byron Theatre $10 Tickets Free parking
September 19, 2014 at 7pm
Cleansed, staged reading
A provocative play which probes the nightmarish world of twenty-somethings coming to grips with sexuality, social ostracism and the effects of drugs.
Written by Sarah Kane FREE Admission No ticket required Byron Theatre