What’s Possible

What’s Possible
What’s Possible
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Firehouse Theatre is calling its 24th season A SEASON OF POSSIBILITIES, which they define as “something that may happen or be chosen or done out of several alternatives.” They’ll continue to program three series:

– Firehouse Plays

– Firehouse Fringe

– Firehouse Studio

 

 

FIREHOUSE PLAYS

 

HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL: Based on the 1980’s cult movie favorite, directed by Debra Clinton, in partnership with TheatreLAB. (June)
FOOD, CLOTHING, AND SHELTER: The world premiere of their Artist-in-Residence Bo Wilson’s new play. (Directed by Joel Bassin) September
DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS: Eugene O’Neill’s classic. (Directed by Josh Chenard) October
TO DAMASCUS: A world premiere of Richmond composer Walter Braxton’s opera in partnership with Capitol Opera Richmond. (Directed by Joel Bassin). January 2018.
WINGS: An aviatrix confronts her final stunt in this chamber musical, (Directed by Adam B. Ferguson) February

 

AN OAK TREE: Explores the relationship between reality and illusion. (Directed by Mark Lerman) March
THE EXTREMISTS: Revolves around a TV talk show that explores the issues of extremism. (Directed by Todd Labelle). Spring/summer 2018.
GHOST QUARTET and PRELUDES: Two new musicals by Dave Malloy, creator of the current Broadway hit NATASHA, PIERRE, AND THE GREAT COMET OF 1812.  Spring/summer 2018.

 

 

FIREHOUSE FRINGE and FIREHOUSE STUDIO

Selections will include:

 

Aura Curiatlas Physical Theatre’s DREAM LOGIC and A LIFE WITH NO LIMITS (June)

 

A new musical from Dreamers Theater (July)

 

ALICE: A new musical based on Lewis Carroll’s books, directed by Adam B. Ferguson in partnership with TheatreLAB (August)

 

New work from RVA playwright Doug Jones

 

Dory Previn’s MARY C. BROWN AND THE HOLLYWOOD SIGN (Directed by George Boyd)

 

Sam Shepard’s AGES OF THE MOON

 

Marc Blitzstein’s THE CRADLE WILL ROCK

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