Road Less Traveled Productions Announces 2020-2021 Season

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Road Less Traveled Productions Announces 2020-2021 Season

Wednesday, February 5, 2020 - Road Less Traveled Productions (RLTP) has announced its 2020-2021 season at the Road Less Traveled Theater. The company's 17th season will feature five plays, four of which written by female playwrights and one of them, a world-premiere.

The 2020-2021 season includes:


By Juliana Nash & Julia Jordan
Directed by Doug Weyand
September 10 - October 4, 2020

Sara and Tom are young lovers living in New York City, together chasing the artists' dream. When that dream starts to feel less and less like a real future, Sara leaves bad boy Tom and starts a quiet, uptown life with good guy Michael. But longing eventually creeps into her sensible life, and Sara starts playing with fire when she reignites her past passion in a tempestuous affair with Tom. Murder Ballad is a steamy exploration of love, lust, and betrayal set to a killer musical score.


A world-premiere by Donna Hoke
Directed by Katie Mallinson
November 19 - December 13, 2020

Little Women...Now brings the beloved March sisters to life in this contemporary adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic story by RLTP Ensemble member Donna Hoke. Follow Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth as they navigate the challenges of love, loss, and family on the road from childhood to adulthood in the 21st century. With fresh perspective and charm, this world premiere production captures the spirit and sensibility of the original for a modern audience.


By Nina Raines
Directed by Doug Zschiegner
January 14 - February 7, 2021

Billy is the only deaf member of a loving yet dysfunctional family who raised him as part of the hearing world. When Billy meets Sylvia, a young woman on the brink of deafness, he finally starts to learn when it means to be heard. With insight, humor, and an eclectic cast of characters, Tribes questions how we define community, family, and belonging.


By Jennifer Haley
Directed by Scott Behrend
March 4 - 28, 2021

A brilliant, reclusive writer is diagnosed with dementia and must rely on an untrustworthy caretaker to tell her final story--an autobiography. For the fiercely private Alida, such dependence doesn't come easily, but in order to make peace with her future she must first go into the dark woods of her past. Dark, playful, and mysterious, this play on the modern fairy tale shatters notions of language, loneliness, and identity.


By Edward Albee
Directed by John Hurley
April 22 - May 16, 2021

At Home at the Zoo combines Edward Albee's classic work The Zoo Story with a prequel, Homelife, to tell the story of a book editor, his wife, and a man named Jerry. Peter and Ann are stuck in a monotonous marriage. To escape their failed and brutal attempts at communicating, Peter takes a book to his favorite bench in Central Park but soon finds himself confronted by the probing questions of a stranger intent on claiming the bench for himself. Darkly humorous and provocative, this seminal work explores the balance of love and cruelty in everyday life.

Ticket & Subscription Information:

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