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2x4Bash: Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead

by: Bert V. Royal

After the death of his beloved dog, the main character begins to question the meaning of life. In the midst of a teenage world of sex, drugs and rebellion this play ends on a tragic yet hopeful note.

Show Dates: August 5,13,14,27,& 28, 2011


YC: Crow and Weasel

Adapted by Jim Leonard, Jr. from the novel by Barry Lopez.
Incidental music by John Luther Adams.

Crow and Weasel, set in a mythical time when the world was new, tells of two Animal People who travel to the Land Where Dreaming Begins. A coming of age story rich with implications for the way we live, it is a show for the whole family.

Show dates: Saturday, August 6th @ 12pm & 2pm and Sunday, August 7th @ 2pm

General Admission: $5


2x4Bash: None of the Above

by: Jenny Lyn Bader

A jaded New York City private school student opens her door one day expecting to find her drug dealer and instead finds her SAT tutor. First impressions are thrown out the window as these two get to know each other in this snappy comedy.

Show Dates: July 15, 23, 24 & Aug 6, 7, 2011


Let the Eagle Fly

An ambitious and inspiring new musical.
By John Reeger and Julie Shannon

A personal and musical history of Cesar Chavez’s life from his childhood as the son of migrant farm workers in the Great Depression until his founding of the farm workers union and his commitment to the non-violent struggle for social and economic justice.

July 30 – August 14, 2011


2x4Bash: The Shape of Things

by: Neil LaBute

A college student moonlighting as a security guard is physically transformed by his obsessive girlfriend who is using him as the capstone for her Master’s thesis.

Show Dates: July 22,30,& 31 – August 19 & 26, 2011.


2x4Bash: Oleanna

by: David Mamet

A powerful two person drama that explores the destructiveness of miscommunication and excessive political correctness. It is a play about academic politics, student/teacher relationships and sexual harassment.

Show Dates: July 16, 17,& 29 – August 20 & 21, 2011.


Sunsets and Margaritas

A remarkable comedy with a big heart.
By Jose Cruz Gonzalez

Meet the Serranos, a wacky Mexican-American family. Father drives his car through
the wall of his diner, the son, a cop, has a panic attack and sees a vision of the Virgin of Guadalupe as a wisecracking stand-up comedian; and the daughter, a lesbian Latina Republican, can’t decide on a name for her sperm-donor baby. A larger than life satire.

September 16 – October 9, 2011


A backstage murder mystery musical comedy.
By Rupert Holmes, John Kander and Fred Ebb
This play within a play is corny and silly; and it’s supposed to be that way. A string of mysterious deaths plague the cast of a really bad musical trying to make it to Broadway. A local detective with theatrical aspirations steps in to save the play and catch the perpetrator – singing and dancing all the way. It’s a treat from the team that wrote “Chicago” and “Cabaret.”

September 24-October 15, 2011

The Adding Machine

The first great American expressionist drama.
By Elmer Rice
The life history and times of a cog in the machine of modern business. This 1923 internationally renowned play is about a man who discovers he is about to be replaced by a machine. In anger he murders his boss and is found guilty. It is still an amazingly relevant play.

October 28 – November 20, 2011


A musical satire about fame and justice.
By John Kander, Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse
A musical about two utterly flawed women. Velma, who killed her husband and sister after finding them in bed together. And Roxie, who murdered her boyfriend when she discovered he wasn’t going to make her a star. They are on death row together and fighting for the fifteen minutes of fame that will save them from the gallows. It’s sinful, scandalous, decadent and delightful.

November 19-December 11, 2011