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Adobe Theater Premieres LOST LETTER, Now thru 11/17Adobe Theater Premieres LOST LETTER, Now thru 11/17
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2013

Sometimes the appearance of a simple story contains universal issues such as loss, abandonment, renewal, and hope for the future. Set in Depression era dustbowl Oklahoma, W.G.Allen's play, Lost Letter grapples with all of these with love and humor. (more...)

Photo Flash: Adobe Theater to Present Premiere of W. G. Allen's LOST LETTERPhoto Flash: Adobe Theater to Present Premiere of W. G. Allen's LOST LETTER
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2013

Sometimes the appearance of a simple story contains universal issues such as loss, abandonment, renewal, and hope for the future. Set in Depression era dustbowl Oklahoma, W.G.Allen's play, Lost Letter grapples with all of these with love and humor. (more...)

Adobe Theater to Premiere LOST LETTER, 10/25-11/17Adobe Theater to Premiere LOST LETTER, 10/25-11/17
by BWW News Desk - Oct 18, 2013

Sometimes the appearance of a simple story contains universal issues such as loss, abandonment, renewal, and hope for the future. Set in Depression era dustbowl Oklahoma, W.G.Allen's play, Lost Letter grapples with all of these with love and humor. (more...)

Adobe Theater to Premiere LOST LETTER, 10/25-11/17Adobe Theater to Premiere LOST LETTER, 10/25-11/17
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2013

Sometimes the appearance of a simple story contains universal issues such as loss, abandonment, renewal, and hope for the future. Set in Depression era dustbowl Oklahoma, W.G.Allen's play, Lost Letter grapples with all of these with love and humor. (more...)

The Adobe Theater to Stage Moliere's TARTUFFE, 4/5-28The Adobe Theater to Stage Moliere's TARTUFFE, 4/5-28
by BWW News Desk - Apr 27, 2013

Moliere's classic comedy of hypocrisy 'Tartuffe,' will be brought to The ADOBE Theater in April. Director Micah Linford sees important parallels between the pious fraud of the title and other characters, real and fictional, in every era. [Think of Jim Baker or Elmer Gantry.] He has set this production in the 1930s U.S. with reference to the Depression. (more...)

The Adobe Theater Stages Moliere's TARTUFFE, Now thru 4/28The Adobe Theater Stages Moliere's TARTUFFE, Now thru 4/28
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2013

Moliere's classic comedy of hypocrisy 'Tartuffe,' will be brought to The ADOBE Theater this month. Director Micah Linford sees important parallels between the pious fraud of the title and other characters, real and fictional, in every era. [Think of Jim Baker or Elmer Gantry.] He has set this production in the 1930s U.S. with reference to the Depression. (more...)

The Adobe Theater to Present TARTUFFE, Opening 4/5The Adobe Theater to Present TARTUFFE, Opening 4/5
by BWW News Desk - Mar 18, 2013

Moliere's classic comedy of hypocrisy "Tartuffe," will be brought to The ADOBE Theater in April. Director Micah Linford sees important parallels between the pious fraud of the title and other characters, real and fictional, in every era. [Think of Jim Baker or Elmer Gantry.] He has set this production in the 1930s U.S. with reference to the Depression. (more...)

The Adobe Theater to Stage Moliere's TARTUFFE, 4/5-28The Adobe Theater to Stage Moliere's TARTUFFE, 4/5-28
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2013

Moliere's classic comedy of hypocrisy 'Tartuffe,' will be brought to The ADOBE Theater in April. Director Micah Linford sees important parallels between the pious fraud of the title and other characters, real and fictional, in every era. [Think of Jim Baker or Elmer Gantry.] He has set this production in the 1930s U.S. with reference to the Depression. (more...)

Christmas Classics Radio Theater Presents CHARLES DICKENS' 'A CHRISTMAS CAROL' at the Adobe Theater, 11/30-12/16Christmas Classics Radio Theater Presents CHARLES DICKENS' 'A CHRISTMAS CAROL' at the Adobe Theater, 11/30-12/16
by BWW News Desk - Dec 15, 2012

This delightful retelling of A Christmas Carol, a favorite holiday classic about the transformation from greed to generosity, embraces the true holiday spirit of kindness and goodwill. The script, adapted by Becky Mayo who also directs the production, retains the charm and mystery of the original story and also Dickens' familiar language. (more...)

Christmas Classics Radio Theater Presents CHARLES DICKENS' 'A CHRISTMAS CAROL' at the Adobe Theater, Now thru 12/16Christmas Classics Radio Theater Presents CHARLES DICKENS' 'A CHRISTMAS CAROL' at the Adobe Theater, Now thru 12/16
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2012

This delightful retelling of A Christmas Carol, a favorite holiday classic about the transformation from greed to generosity, embraces the true holiday spirit of kindness and goodwill. The script, adapted by Becky Mayo who also directs the production, retains the charm and mystery of the original story and also Dickensí familiar language. (more...)

Christmas Classics Radio Theater Presents CHARLES DICKENS' 'A CHRISTMAS CAROL' at the Adobe Theater, 11/30-12/16Christmas Classics Radio Theater Presents CHARLES DICKENS' 'A CHRISTMAS CAROL' at the Adobe Theater, 11/30-12/16
by BWW News Desk - Nov 19, 2012

This delightful retelling of A Christmas Carol, a favorite holiday classic about the transformation from greed to generosity, embraces the true holiday spirit of kindness and goodwill. The script, adapted by Becky Mayo who also directs the production, retains the charm and mystery of the original story and also Dickens' familiar language. (more...)

The ADOBE Theater Opens PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, 9/14The ADOBE Theater Opens PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, 9/14
by BWW News Desk - Oct 6, 2012

As part of the Bicentennial of Jane Austen's great novel, a production of "Pride and Prejudice" will be staged at the ADOBE Theater starting Sept. 14th. This brilliant adaptation tells of the Bennet family that hopes to arrange profitable marriages for their five daughters. Leslee Richards (who previously directed the excellent "Rabbit Hole" and "Talley's Folly") selected this acclaimed play (by Joseph Hanreddy and J. R. Sullivan) for her next project, assisted by choreographer Judith Chazin-Bennahum for some lively dances. A large cast in period costumes will perform the play that will run through Oct. 7. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at Adobe Theater's PRIDE AND PREJUDICEPhoto Flash: First Look at Adobe Theater's PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
by BWW News Desk - Sep 14, 2012

As part of the Bicentennial of Jane Austen's great novel, a production of "Pride and Prejudice" will be staged at the ADOBE Theater starting Sept. 14th. This brilliant adaptation tells of the Bennet family that hopes to arrange profitable marriages for their five daughters. Leslee Richards (who previously directed the excellent "Rabbit Hole" and "Talley's Folly") selected this acclaimed play (by Joseph Hanreddy and J. R. Sullivan) for her next project, assisted by choreographer Judith Chazin-Bennahum for some lively dances. A large cast in period costumes will perform the play that will run through Oct. 7. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the show below. (more...)

The ADOBE Theater Opens PRIDE AND PREJUDICE Tonight, 9/14The ADOBE Theater Opens PRIDE AND PREJUDICE Tonight, 9/14
by BWW News Desk - Sep 14, 2012

As part of the Bicentennial of Jane Austen's great novel, a production of "Pride and Prejudice" will be staged at the ADOBE Theater starting tonight, Sept. 14th. This brilliant adaptation tells of the Bennet family that hopes to arrange profitable marriages for their five daughters. Leslee Richards (who previously directed the excellent "Rabbit Hole" and "Talley's Folly") selected this acclaimed play (by Joseph Hanreddy and J. R. Sullivan) for her next project, assisted by choreographer Judith Chazin-Bennahum for some lively dances. A large cast in period costumes will perform the play that will run through Oct. 7. (more...)

The ADOBE Theater Opens PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, 9/14The ADOBE Theater Opens PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, 9/14
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2012

As part of the Bicentennial of Jane Austen's great novel, a production of "Pride and Prejudice" will be staged at the ADOBE Theater starting Sept. 14th. This brilliant adaptation tells of the Bennet family that hopes to arrange profitable marriages for their five daughters. Leslee Richards (who previously directed the excellent "Rabbit Hole" and "Talley's Folly") selected this acclaimed play (by Joseph Hanreddy and J. R. Sullivan) for her next project, assisted by choreographer Judith Chazin-Bennahum for some lively dances. A large cast in period costumes will perform the play that will run through Oct. 7. (more...)