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2014-15 Season Subscriptions:

3-Show Packages: (Includes Dividing the Estate, The Bird Feeder Doesn't Know, and Beast on the Moon.)

  • Flexible - $66 (one ticket to ANY performance for each of the last three plays of the season, listed above)
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OUR 2014-2015 SEASON - "Family Business"

Four plays - four American families

All My Sons

All My Sons

By Arthur Miller
Directed by Michael Menendian
September 16 - November 15, 2014

Just after World War II, a tragedy haunts the Keller family and threatens to break the bonds between a father and son.


Dividing the Estate

Dividing the Estate

Chicago Premiere
By Horton Foote
Directed by Cody Estle
January 27 - March 28, 2015

A once-wealthy Texas family battles over splitting up the famiy estate in this darkly funny play by the author of last season's The Trip to Bountiful.

The Birdfeeder Doesn't KnowThe Bird Feeder Doesn't Know

World Premiere
By Todd Bauer
Directed by Jonathan Wilson
March 31 – May 16, 2015

An adult son with a disability must deal with the needs and demands of his aging parents.This tragicomedy was developed in Raven's [Working Title] series.


Beast on the MoonBeast on the Moon

By Richard Kalinoski
Directed by Michael Menendian
April 21 – June 6, 2015

A refugee from the Armenian Genocide seeks to build a new family with his mail-order bride and succeeds in unexpected ways. This touching drama will be staged in conjunction with observances of the Genocide's 100th Anniversary.