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Benjamin Barlow

A play based on the book "Infamous Mothers" opens at the Bartell Theatre on Nov. 8. The book’s author, Sagashus Levingston, hopes the play will spark community dialogue on issues of race, equity and inclusion. more

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Benjamin Barlow

Strollers Theatre kicks off its season with a magnificently acted production of “The Drawer Boy.” Its sharp and poignant script explores our universal need for stories. more

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The resident companies at the Bartell Theatre reveal an ambitious and wide-ranging season, with everything from an interactive Stonewall experience to a recent Broadway hit. more

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Jonathan J. Miner

Would you rather your daughter fall in love with a Republican or a tree? The play “Arborophilia” turns that fun idea into a slog. more

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Jonathan J. Miner

Looking for a fun and thought-provoking date night? Strollers Theatre’s “Prelude to a Kiss” is a delightful love story anchored by strong performances. It plays at the Bartell Theatre through Feb. 18. more

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Jonathan J. Miner

Strollers Theatre’s production of “Laughter on the 23rd Floor” is smartly directed and filled with lively characters, based on Neil Simon’s real-life experiences as a TV comedy writer. more

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Dan Myers

Strollers Theatre brings a briskly-paced production of Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit" to the Bartell Theatre, through May 21. more

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Jonathan J. Miner

Strollers Theatre Company has done an excellent job tackling “Misalliance,” George Bernard Shaw’s wordy and wise 1910 comedy of manners. more

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Matthew Korda

Strollers Theatre presents “Death of a Salesman,” Arthur Miller’s tragic story of Willy Loman, a man who pursued “the wrong American dream” and suffered greatly for it. more

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