2022 Season

Announcing a full season of new plays!

July: Mud Row by Dominique Morisseau
September: Scab by Gino Diiorio
October: Certain Aspects of Conflict in the Negro Family by Tylie Shider

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Play Details
Dates

July 14 – 31, 2022

Times

8 PM – Thu, Fri & Sat
3 PM – Sat & Sun

Price

$15-$75

Venue

The Bauer Boucher Theatre Center

Opening NIght

Friday, July 15 @ 8 PM

July 14 - 31, 2022

Mud Row

by Dominique Morisseau
Directed by Marshall Jones, III
New Jersey Premiere

Two generations of sisters navigate class, race, love and family on “Mud Row,” an area in the East End of West Chester, Pennsylvania. Elsie hopes to move up in the world by marrying into “the talented tenth,” while her sister Frances joins the fight for Civil Rights. Decades later, estranged sisters Regine and Toshi are forced to reckon with their shared heritage and each other, when Regine inherits granny Elsie’s house.

Mud Row is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. concordtheatricals.com 

The play was first produced by People’s Light (Abigail Adams, Executive Artistic Director; Zak Berkman, Producing Director) in Malvern, Pennsylvania on June 26, 2019.

Play Details
Dates

September 8 – 25, 2022

Times

8 PM – Thu, Fri & Sat
3 PM – Sat & Sun

Price

$15-$75

Venue

The Bauer Boucher Theatre Center

Opening NIght

Friday, Sep 9 @ 8 PM

September 8 - 25, 2022

Scab

by Gino Diiorio
Directed by John J. Wooten
2020/21 Play Festival Finalist

Gilda, a middle-aged woman, has to train Eduardo, a young Mexican man, how to be a shop foreman when her factory plant moves to Mexico. Over the course of a week, they discover that their assumptions regarding personal expectations and cultural differences are not always correct.

Play Details
Dates

October 13-23, 2022

Times

8 PM – Thu, Fri & Sat
3 PM – Sat & Sun

Price

$15-$75

Venue

The Liberty Hall Museum

Opening NIght

Friday, Oct 14 @ 8 PM

October 13-23, 2022

Certain Aspects of Conflict in the Negro Family

by Tylie Shider
Directed by Othell J Miller
2021/22 Liberty Live Commission

As tensions reach an all-time high between Newark residents and police, racial and civil unrest begins spilling into Plainfield, New Jersey in the “Long Hot Summer of 1967”. Clif and Peach moved their family to Plainfield for the promise of a better future, but as the riots begin, the family contemplates a return to the South.

Tylie Shider is the recipient of the Liberty Live 2021/22 Commission. The Liberty Live commission is awarded biennially, in partnership with Kean University’s Liberty Hall.

Season Packages

Opening Night Package

Purchase an Opening Night Package and save 20%!

  • Mud Row – Friday, July 15
  • Scab – Friday, September 9
  • Certain Aspects of Conflict in the Negro Family – Friday, October 14
Mainstage Package

Purchase tickets to all three productions and save 20%!

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