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THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH by Thornton Wilder

PlayMakers Repertory Company 120 Country Club Road, Chapel Hill, NC

DESTROY. REBUILD. RINSE AND REPEAT…UNTIL WE GET IT RIGHT! When you’ve been married as long as the Antrobuses—5,000 years!—of course your life will include run-ins with dinosaurs, mammoths, Plato, and Moses. This season, celebrate Thornton Wilder’s 125th birthday with “one of the friskiest and liveliest plays” ever written, and take a brand new look at... Read More →

$20

STICK FLY by Lydia R. Diamond

PlayMakers Repertory Company 120 Country Club Road, Chapel Hill, NC

FAMILY TIME CAN BE STICKY… It was supposed to be a relaxing weekend, but when the LeVay brothers bring their new girlfriends to the beach house to meet the parents, mom’s MIA and dad’s acting weird. Family tensions erupt around the dinner table when old arguments about race, class, and family expectations are served up.

$20

MOTHER RUSSIA by Lauren Yee

PlayMakers Repertory Company 120 Country Club Road, Chapel Hill, NC

WHEN THE WALL COMES DOWN, WHAT’S NEXT? Six months since the end of the Soviet Union, two young Russian comrades find themselves in dead-end jobs, part of a mistaken-identity love triangle, and completely dumbfounded by a whole new world full of choices. A brand new comedy about the curse of freedom

$20

A WRINKLE IN TIME by Madeleine L’Engle

PlayMakers Repertory Company 120 Country Club Road, Chapel Hill, NC

A KALEIDOSCOPIC TRIP THROUGH TIME, SPACE, AND THE POWER OF LOVE Meg Murray is a short-tempered middle school math nerd. That will come in handy as she drags her brother off through time and space to find their missing father, save humanity, and maybe, just maybe, learn something about herself in this fantastical adaptation of... Read More →

$20

AUGUST WILSON’S How I Learned What I Learned

PlayMakers Repertory Company 120 Country Club Road, Chapel Hill, NC

LIFE LESSONS FROM A THEATRE GIANT From one of America’s greatest playwrights comes this autobiographical journey through August Wilson’s days as a young poet, his first few jobs, a stint in jail, and his encounters with racism, music, and love as a struggling writer. This heartfelt theatrical memoir charts one man’s journey of self-discovery through adversity,... Read More →

$20