8pm

General Admission Seating

The Conviction of Lady Lorraine

by Dwandra Nickole Lampkin

Share in this unique and original solo performance where one woman searches for insight in another woman’s fight for justice. A chance encounter in the Deep South triggers a journey to find the truth...One person may find it on a single street corner, keeping vigilant watch over a monument to civil rights, while another’s path winds through the confusing thicket of race relations in contemporary America.

221 Farmers Alley

by Lucas Hnath

From Tony-Nominated author Lucas Hnath, called "one of the brightest new voices of his generation" by The New York Times, comes the hottest new American play in recent memory, The Christians.  Pastor Paul has spent nearly 20 years successfully growing his church from a tiny storefront to a glitzy megachurch.  But today he will give a sermon that's about to shake the foundation of everything he's built - and creates a divide among his constituents.

Feb
9
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Feb
18

The Little Theatre on Oakland Drive

by Terrence McNally

Love fast-paced comedy?  With a dash of farce and a dollop of slapstick, it's opening night for one of the biggest plays on Broadway.  The show's director, producer, author and star are in a panic.  What will the reviewers think?  Will the show flop or flourish?  In this hilarious and biting take on modern show business, nothing is out of bounds and no celebrity is safe from its satirical wrath!  It's Only a Play takes you backstage like never before with outlandish humor and wry wit.

Mar
9
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Mar
25

221 Farmers Alley

by Brent Hazelton

Farmers Alley Theatre is proud to once again partner with The Gilmore to celebrate the life and music of Wladziu Valentino Liberace.  In this moving and highly entertaining tribute to this one-of-a-kind performer famous for his charm, glitz and glamour, Liberace! relives the highs (and lows) of his prolific life, revealing the real person behind the persona.  Interwoven with a rollicking piano score spanning classical and popular music from Chopin to “chopsticks” and Rachmaninoff to ragtime, this tour-de-force will have audiences cheering the life of a uniquely American icon.

Apr
27
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May
13

221 Farmers Alley