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The last date listed for 5-Play Season Pass was Select Dates December 3, 2012 - June 16, 2013.
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In this world premiere, up-and-coming playwright Meg Miroshnik adapts the 18th-century French comedy… More
November 21 – December 23, 2012: Bus Stop (Pearlstone Theatre)
In this 1955 romantic classic from William Inge (Picnic), a busload of strangers, down on their luck in love and bound for other places, wait out a snowstorm in Grace’s Kansas diner. From rodeo champ Bo and Cherie the chanteuse to forlorn Dr. Lyman and starry-eyed Elma, everyone’s chasing their slice of the American dream, and someone to share it with. And yes, that was Marilyn Monroe in the movie.
**January 9 – February 24, 2013: The Mountaintop (Head Theatre)
**The Lorraine Hotel. April, 1968. In room 306, Dr. King unwinds and prepares. A visit from a hotel maid offers welcome diversion and a challenging new perspective-but also raises profound and surprising questions. Already a worldwide sensation, recently hailed in a star-studded Broadway production, Katori Hall’s sensitive new play gets its first showing for Baltimore audiences.
**March 6 – April 14, 2013: Mud Blue Sky (Head Theatre)
**Work, motherhood, missed connections, and prom night form the backdrop for Marisa Wegrzyn’s tender, funny new play. In a nondescript hotel room near O’Hare Airport, three flight attendants and an unlikely fourth companion poise on the brink of looking back and moving ahead.
April 10 – June 16, 2013: __Clybourne Park __(Pearlstone Theatre)
The Pulitzer Prize-winning drama taking America by storm. Picking up where Lorraine Hansberry left off in her landmark Raisin in the Sun (2001-02 Season), The New York Times called the riotous Clybourne Park a “darkly humorous dissection of race, gentrification and real estate.”
**May 8 – June 16, 2013: Beneatha’s Place (Pearlstone Theatre)
**For his first drama set in America, Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah (Let There Be Love, Elmina’s Kitchen) offers his own response to Hansberry, continuing the conversation initiated in Clybourne Park.