The Norman Conquests Package: Three Alan Ayckbourn Comedies from Cygnet Theatre Company
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The last date listed for The Norman Conquests Theatre Package was Saturday October 23, 2010 / 4:00pm (Also 8:00pm and Oct. 24 at 2:00pm).
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Spring Awakening took Broadway by storm when it debuted, winning eight Tony Awards including Best Musical. Punctuated by an electrifying and hauntingly beautiful rock score by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater, Spring Awakening follows a group of teenagers as they navigate the confusing and often troubled waters of adolescence and their budding sexuality. Based on an Expressionist play that caused a scandal in 19th-century Germany, it's a bold and touching musical that captures the timeless and turbulent experience of youth transitioning to adulthood. The characters grapple with issues like teen suicide, pregnancy and identity -- tough topics that remain as relevant as ever. Learn More
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A trilogy of full-length comedies (Table Manners, Round and Round the Garden, Living Together) performed in rotating repertory, that focus on the wild antics of Norman and his oddball in-laws. The package includes admission to the following plays:
Table Manners: The events of one weekend as seen from the dining room. In which Reg finds food rather scarce despite having it thrown at him by Sarah … Sarah is scandalized by Annie … Annie is disappointed by men in general and Tom in particular … Tom knocks down Norman … Norman’s romantic proposals are ruined thanks to Ruth … Ruth loses her patience, her temper and her glasses … and in which everyone has trouble deciding where to sit.
Living Together: The events of one weekend as seen from the Sitting Room. In which Reg is driven mad by Tom … Tom tells Annie a thing or two … Annie nearly comes to blows with Sarah … Sarah sees a different side of Norman … Norman sorts things out with Ruth … Ruth discovers the charms of a fireside rug … and in which nobody enjoys playing board games.
Round and Round the Garden: The events of one weekend as seen from the Garden. In which Ruth thoroughly confuses Tom … Tom succeeds in asking Annie … Annie gets a glimpse of Norman’s pajamas … Norman tells Sarah stories by moonlight … Sarah disapproves of Reg’s outdoor sports … and in which everyone gets to roll in the grass.