A 6'3" invisible rabbit causes delightful confusion for a slightly dysfunctional family in this 1944 Pulitzer Prize winning play by Mary Chase.
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Lucifer, Freud, Hitler, Pope Frances and Martin Luther King, Jr. appear in this courtroom drama celebrating German religious reformer Martin Luther on the 500th anniversary of his protest.
You won't believe the mayhem - and fun - when a family of exquisitely ill-behaved children is cast by a desperate director in a church Christmas pageant like no other!
Two natural enemies - A Ku Klux Klan member and a civil rights activist - become unlikely friends in this true story of racial reconciliation set in Durham, North Carolina in 1971.
A traveling Army veteran and handyman finds work - and a faith-rich community - when he reluctantly builds a chapel for a small band of immigrant nuns.
The jokes and tests of faulty fly fast and furious in Neil Simon's contemporary morality tale of Joe Benjamin - a modern day "Job" with troubles aplenty.
A single red balloon makes all the difference into lonely man's life in this sweet, inventive comedy that celebrates acceptance, imagination and friendship.
Experience the mystery of the manger, the madness of King Herod, the magic of the Magi, and the birth of the Messiah in this Christmas musical celebration.
This stage adaptation of Madeline L'Engle's Newberry Award winning book features a STEM-frinedly heroine, Meg, who proves that love conquers evil - and 'tesseracts' exist.
Travel back in time - but not too far - as shepherd boy David and a giant names Goliath meet in a classic showdown, recast wild west style.
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