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Thanks for a wonderful 2023/24 season! Stay tuned for our 2024/25 season unveiling coming soon!

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Our 2023-24 Theatre Season

Sanctuary City by Martyna Majok Directed by Miguel Cintron

August 17 - 27 • Pulitzer Prize winner Martyna Majok brings us the powerful story of two young DREAMers who fight to establish a place for themselves in America, the only country they know as home. Poignant, timely, and highly theatrical, Sanctuary City illuminates the triumphs and challenges these lifelong friends face, and how much they are willing to risk for each other when they have everything to lose.

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Radio Golf by August Wilson Directed by Sonya McCarter

October 19 - 29 • Set in Pittsburgh in the late 1990s, it’s the story of a successful entrepreneur who aspires to become the city’s first Black mayor. But when the past begins to catch up with him, secrets get revealed that could be his undoing.

This production is generously sponsored by Noreen Raney.

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Clown Bar by Adam Szymkowicz Directed by Bill Taylor

November 9 - 26 • Back by popular demand!
Happy's brother Timmy is found dead. Now Happy must return to his former life as a clown to ask a few questions. But will Happy be able to go home again without getting sucked into the seedy clown underbelly of vice and violence?

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Which Way to the Stage by Ana Nogueira Directed by Carmen Crussard

January 18-Feb 3 • A playful yet profound comedy about friendship, ambition, and what happens when dreams fall just out of reach.
Broadway superfans Jeff and Judy eagerly await their idol Idina Menzel after her performance in If/Then at the stage door every night. But when a sexy stranger enters the scene and upends their decades-long friendship, the musical theater aficionados have to go off book to rewrite their own finale.

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THE WOMEN WHO MAPPED THE STARS by Joyce Van Dyke

February 8-18 • THIS SHOW WILL BE PERFORMED AS A FUND-RAISER FOR AND AT THE PLANETARIUM/CALUSA NATURE CENTER

In THE WOMEN WHO MAPPED THE STARS, five women astronomers working together at the Harvard Observatory help to shape the development of astrophysics. Cecilia Payne, the central character, makes the revolutionary discovery while still a graduate student that the stars are made of Hydrogen. In this time-bending, non-linear play, we experience the rivalries and friendships of five very different women as they build on each other’s work, feed each other’s dreams, exult in the thrill of discovery, struggle for recognition, and open the doors for those who come after them.

This production is generously sponsored by Janet & Bruce Bunch.

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The CHANGE Program

Our CHANGE Program engages aspiring minority actors in theatre education, provides performance opportunities and a platform to convene dialogue on social issues that challenge our community through creative expression.

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SAVE THE DATE! Fringe Fort Myers- May 30 -June 2, 2024

Fringe Fort Myers 2023 was FLOCKING FABULOUS! The newest Fringe Festival in the U.S. hosted performances that wowed guests. Our 2024 Fringe Festival is committed to maintaining the long-standing Fringe traditions of being 100% uncensored, 100% unjuried, 100% inclusive, with 100% of ticket sales going directly to the artists ensuring Fringe Fort Myers presents 100% one-of-a-kind, must-see performances.

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