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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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From the imagination of E.B. White, author of Charlotte's Web, comes an adventure-filled musical adaptation of the children's classic Stuart Little. By turns funny, tender and exciting, Stuart Little mixes charming child-size puppets with live actors to bring White's fantastic world to life. Adapted by Tony nominee Joseph Robinette (A Christmas Story: The Musical) with music by Ron Barnett ( Around the World in 80 Days), Stuart Little follows the adventures of a noble talking mouse as he sets out into the world of people. Presented by Theatre IV, one of the finest companies in children's theater, Stuart Little will enchant and entertain. Learn 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.