NOCTURNE BY ADAM RAPP

Produced by special arrangement with Broadway Play Publishing Inc, NYC, www.broadwayplaypub.com

Directed by Amiee Turner

Video/Sound Production by DimlyWit Productions

Stage Managed by Egypt Dixon*

Featuring Ethan Paulini*

* DENOTES MEMBER OF ACTORS' EQUITY ASSOCIATION

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"So detailed and poetic is the writing...that we buy and are powerfully moved by the whole thing." - Donald Lyons, New York Post

"'THERE'S A FINALITY IN FACT,' says the narrator of Adam Rapp's NOCTURNE, a stunning confrontation with truth that spares neither the character or the audience. A young man identified only as the Son, makes a tragic mistake as a teenager and then attempts to come to terms with what he has done, sending ripples of change through his family and his own life. This reconciliation forms the heart and soul of NOCTURNE, a startling, unnerving work of art that fiercely pushes the boundaries of theater. NOCTURNE...is  intensely lyrical, musical in its sounds and in its silences. Make no mistake. Rapp is an original—a distinctive voice unafraid to be too descriptive..." - Michael Kuchwara, Associated Press

YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN

BASED ON THE COMIC STRIP PEANUTS BY CHARLES M. SCHULZ

BOOK/MUSIC/LYRICS BY CLARK GESNER 

ADDITIONAL DIALOGUE BY MICHAEL MAYER 

ADDITIONAL MUSIC & LYRICS BY ANDREW LIPPA 

 

DIRECTED BY SHINNERRIE JACKSON

MUSIC DIRECTION BY ROSE VAN DYNE 

VIDEO & SOUND PRODUCTION BY DIMLYWIT PRODUCTIONS 

STAGE MANAGED BY EGYPT DIXON*

* DENOTES MEMBER OF ACTORS' EQUITY ASSOCIATION

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Based on Charles Schultz’s beloved Peanuts comic strip, Charlie Brown and the rest of the Peanuts gang navigate the joys and pitfalls of childhood while addressing these very issues through chaotic baseball games, unrequited valentines, and World War One flying beagles. Book, Music and Lyrics by Clark Gesner with additional dialogue by Michael Mayer and additional music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa. Directed by Shinnerrie Jackson and music directed by Rose Van Dyne. Featuring Alaina Mills (as Charlie Brown), Jorge Donoso (as Linus), Liz Flemming (as Lucy), Ira Kramer (as Schroeder), Tina Scariano (as Snoopy), and Gracie Winchester (as Sally).