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2019-2020 Season

Pippin
September 20-29
Directed by Jos Sasson, music directed by Wes Habley
Composer & Lyricist: Stephen Schwartz
Playwright: Roger O. Hirson

Pippin tells the story of a young prince’s search for meaning in life and his own “corner of the sky.” Told by a troupe of unconventional players, Pippin’s journey will speak to anyone who has experienced love, loss, wanderlust, or the desire for something bigger.


Evil Dead, The Musical
October 25- November 3
Directed by William Asmus; music directed by Jessica Palmer
Playwright & Lyricist:  George Reinblatt

Based on the film series of the same name, Evil Dead is horror camp to the extreme, with all of the blood, laughs, and scares you’d expect from these cult classics. Five college students vacation at an abandoned cabin deep in the woods, and accidentally unleash the powers of Hell itself! Now there’s no one left but Ash, a humble box-store employee, to save the day.


Almost, Maine
December 6-15
Directed by Nate Sullivan
Playwright: John Cariani

A cozy collection of nine short plays that explore love and its loss, Almost, Maine is perfect for anyone who wants to escape the hustle and bustle of the holiday season for a bit of quiet and contemplation. An award-winning work, Almost, Maine is sure to warm your hearts as you escape the cold for an evening.


God of Carnage
January 24- February 2
Directed by Susan Hamel
Playwright: Yasmina Reza

Brought together to resolve a quarrel between their children, two sets of parents find themselves devolving into adolescence as the night’s negotiations go on. Reza examines tough contemporary middle-class issues with cutting wit and satire, garnering multiple awards for productions and performers alike, including the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play.


Company
March 6-15
Directed by Rachel Howell
Playwright: George Furth
Composer & Lyricist: Stephen Sondheim

Company! returns to the ICCT stage after a twenty-year hiatus. Bobby is turning 35 years old, and as his married friends gather around him as he blows out the candles on his cake, we see him weave his way through a series of relationships on his way to feeling alive and content. Groundbreaking in its themes back in the 1970s, director Howell looks to buck the norms and bend our expectations of what relationships are and can be.


The Laramie Project
April 17-26
Directed by Grant Freeman
Playwright: Mois├ęs Kaufman

Drawing from hundreds of interviews of the inhabitants of Laramie, Wyoming, as well as journal entries and news reports, Kaufman and Co. tell the story of Matthew Shepherd’s murder, and the reaction the hate crime received from Americans far and wide.

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