Equus runs two more weekends, 4/18, 4/19 and 4/25, 4/26.
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A contemporary rock musical, Bare follows a group of teens wrestling with issues of identity, sexuality, and religion at a co-ed Catholic boarding school. Provocative, raw, and unyielding in its exploration of how today’s generation navigates the tightrope between adolescence and adulthood, Bare examines the consequences of baring a soul-or hiding it from those who matter most.
Bare book by Jon Hartmere, Jr. and Damon Intrabartolo, lyrics by Hartmere and music by Intrabartolo.
Bare will premiere on The Oakland stage July 18-27, 2014. Stay tuned for audition announcements and cast & crew updates.
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Suave and the Boner
November 8, 9, 8:00 p.m.
Lizzy Suave and Jack Boner are Suave and the Boner! All riled up from their sold-out NYC cabaret shows, this November, The Oakland gets a show with Steampunk style, cabaret chops, and an evening of vaudeville-style musical comedy that drags the double entendre to new depths of entertainment for nonstop laughs. Suave and the Boner is a fundraiser to benefit the Oakland Center for the Arts.
October 4-19 (7pm curtain)
Please Note that this production is for mature audiences only and has a curtain time of 7:00 p.m. for all performances.
Written by Tony Kushner
Directed by Matthew Mazuroski
For our 2013-2014 season opener, we are proud to stage the local premiere of this Pulitzer and Tony award-winning play.
Set in 1985 in the midst of New York City’s AIDS crisis, Angels in America Part 1: The Millennium Approaches follows the overlapping plots of Roy Cohn, lawyer and powerbroker, Joe and Harper Pitt, and Prior Walter and his partner Louis Ironson. As the play progresses, Prior, who is infected with the AIDS virus, gets sicker and he begins to hear a mystical voice while the rest of the characters are struggling against their personal demons.
The cast includes James McClellan, Bernie Appugliese, Tyler Clark, Johnny Pecano, Candy DiLullo, Liz Conrad, Timothy Thomas, and Molly Galano.