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Two mothers. Two neighborhoods. Two schools. Two futures.

When Denitra loses the charter school lottery for her daughter, she must find another way to escape from their underperforming neighborhood school. The answer seems like a risk well worth taking, but may end up requiring a bigger sacrifice than she ever could have imagined.

Two seemingly mismatched souls find themselves on the cusp of a life-changing connection. Blackie’s first night in rehab intersects with Alexis’s 90-day release. A long night’s journey into day drives their sensation seeking impulsivities full throttle into the same lane where hearts and minds are torn between the seductive allure of the drug and the elusive promise of a brighter, sober future.

Experience the gripping world of Arthur Miller’s “A View From The Bridge.” Set in 1950s Brooklyn, this timeless masterpiece delves into the complexities of love, loyalty, and obsession. Follow Eddie Carbone, a longshoreman whose life unravels when his niece falls for an immigrant. As tensions rise, witness the raw emotions and tragic consequences in this powerful exploration of human nature. With its unforgettable characters and unyielding drama, “A View From The Bridge” is a theatrical journey that will leave you breathless. Book your tickets now and be captivated by Miller’s masterful storytelling. 

On a dark night, in the middle of America, four young conservatives gather to toast the newly inducted president of their tiny Catholic college.Their reunion spirals into chaos and clashing generational politics, becoming less a celebration than a vicious fight to be understood. Will Arbery’s haunting Pulitzer Prize Finalist play speaks to the heart of a country at war with itself, offering both grace and disarming clarity. 

Siblings Bo and Ally are back in their childhood home in Idaho for the funeral of their father. Their mother Carol has painted the whole house white and is suspected to have been drinking since their father’s death. What Ally and Bo come to find out is that their mother has a method to her madness as she pulls out some home videos of their father just before he died. Called a fusion between realism and the absurd, A Permanent Image is a tense exploration of the distance families put between themselves, and what it takes to bring them back together.