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2022-2023 Season

Sponsored by Elizabeth & Joe LeVaca

Love and Information

30 September - 22 October, 2022
Director: Susan E. Evans

A super-charged compilation of 50+ short playlets, featuring over 100 characters, each one exploring the mysterious complexity of human connections.

Violet

18 November - 10 December, 2022
Director: Perry Medlin

A soaring musical pilgrimage that follows a young woman hoping to transform her life on a Greyhound bus journey from North Carolina to Oklahoma in 1964.

The River

20 January - 11 February, 2023
Director: Robert Chapel

Haunting, lyrical, and mysteriously thrilling, THE RIVER will keep you teetering on the edge, a question hanging in the air: when we find someone new, are we summoning someone once lost? 

Crumbs from the Table of Joy

3 March - 19 March, 2023
Director: Ti Ames

A warm and touching memory play about a Black family, told through the eyes of 17-year-old Ernestine Crump as she comes of age in Brooklyn in 1950.

Buyer & Cellar

7 April - 29 April, 2023
Director: Jude Hansen

A delightfully comic solo show about the price of fame and the value of things. Inspired by Barbra Streisand’s coffee-table book, “My Passion for Design,” which shows off her personal subterranean emporium.

WaterWorks Festival

12 May - 3 June, 2023
Director: Adrienne Oliver

A month-long celebration of new theatrical voices at Live Arts and beyond! This new works festival continues Live Arts' long history of showcasing local and emerging playwrights.

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