Our 2014-2015 Season: Mainstage
Grad student Adam has his hands full with his fiancee, his dead father's conspiracy-theory-obsessed best friend and a mysterious stranger who shows up one day at his bar, Yankee Tavern. When a former professor asks him to come to Washington DC for meetings with some three letter agencies, he finds himself involved in something that he has a hard time believing -- and it might put him and everyone he loves in danger.
So when a stranger walks into a bar and orders two drinks, one for himself and one for an unseen friend, it seems like the set up to an old tired joke. But instead of a punchline, we're confronted with urban legends and conspiracy theories - the last great American Tall Tales. From the Apollo 11 "Moon Landing" to "all those hanging chads" to the fall of Building Seven on September 11, playwright Stephen Dietz weaves a story that is plausible enough to blur the lines between fact and fiction and foster much post-show discussion. Yankee Tavern is not a study of fact -- of what did or didn't happen -- it's about the agony of uncertainty.
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Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc
There is no scheduled performance on Friday, January 23, 2015.
Opening Night: Friday, January 16, 2015 - Closing Night: Saturday, February 7, 2015
|Palmer||Alan Van Antwerp|
|Producer||Lauren M. Grof-Tisza
|Stage Manager||Lauri MacMillan
|Set Design||Jonathan Wentz
|Set Construction||Jeff Knapp
|Set Construction-Crew||Kevern Cameron
|Stage Crew||Molly Knapp
|Set Decor||Jonathan Wentz
|Set Decor-Crew||Bridget Burke Weiss
|Painting Crew||Susan Binder
Lauren M. Grof-Tisza
|Lighting Design||Lauren M. Grof-Tisza
|Lights / Sound Operation||Tommy Pravata
|Sound Design||Jeff Knapp
|Original Music||Joseph Bertolozzi