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Vagabond Players Announces 106th Season

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The season kicks off in January 2022 with The Clean House.

Vagabond Players has announced the lineup for its upcoming season. The season kicks off in January 2022 with The Clean House.

Check out the full lineup below!

The Clean House

running January 7-30, 2022

Written by Sarah Ruhl

Directed by Rina Steinhauer / Assistant Directed by Penelope Chan

Lane's maid, Mathilde, doesn't want to clean. She wants to be a stand-up comedian. All Lane wants is a clean house---and a husband who doesn't cheat on her. Sarah Ruhl's wryly funny and deeply moving comedy joyously demonstrates that the best things in life---a sublime joke, a fulfilling purpose, a soul mate---are infinitely worth waiting for.

God Of Carnage

running February 18 - March 13, 2022

Written by Yazmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton

Directed by Stephen Deininger

A comedy of manners...without the manners, Reza's Tony Award-winning Broadway sensation offers up the guilty pleasure of watching a pair of upper middle-class marriages go boom. The playground altercation between two eleven-year-olds brings together four parents who think they can resolve things in a civilized, adult manner. BUT, as the evening progresses, and the drinks flow, the gloves come off and pure animal instinct reigns supreme.


Disgraced

running April 1-24, 2022

Written by Ayad Akhtar

Directed by Matt Mitchell

A successful Pakistani-American lawyer has turned his back on his culture and heritage in pursuit of the American Dream - living a life of luxury with a beautiful Caucasian wife and a lucrative promotion within his grasp. Ayad Ahktar's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama shows how Amir's world rapidly implodes at a dinner party with his African-American co-worker and her Jewish husband that shatters relationships and everyone's beliefs about race and religious identity.

The Fantasticks

running May 20 - June 19, 2022

Music by Harvey Schmidt, Book and Lyrics by Tom Jones

Directed by Jimi Kinstle

There's always time to remember this legendary romance about a boy, a girl, their two fathers, and a love that transcends all boundaries and expectations. Filled with one of the finest scores ever written for the stage, this bewitching comedy and haunting love story has entranced generations of theatregoers, and will be sure to enchant and captivate Vagabond Players' audiences for a long time to come.


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