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We invite you to enjoy a re-imagined 2020/2021 season with us. At this time, the health and safety of our community, our audience, and our artists and staff come first. With this in mind, we have fashioned a season of six plays, exciting new work, insightful discussions, and much more, all of which can be enjoyed from the safety and comfort of home.

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• Six plays available in video on demand format (much like we offered for Amadeus). Season includes: Talley’s Folly; Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley; Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992; Yoga Play; Our Town; salt/city/blues.
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Talley’s Folly

By Lanford Wilson
Directed by Robert Hupp

Available for streaming November 11-22, 2020

Kate Hamill (playwright and actor Pride & Prejudice) and Jason O’Connell (Salieri in Amadeus) star in Lanford Wilson’s 1980 Pulitzer Prize-winning Valentine of a play. On July 4, 1944, Matt Friedman, a 40+ accountant and in love for the first time in his life, drives 200 miles to the heart of Missouri Christian farm country to propose to Sally Talley, ten years younger and seemingly not interested. Having been met at the door by Sally’s shotgun toting brother—Jews not welcome here—Matt takes refuge in a Victorian folly of a boathouse on the nearby river, where Sally finds him. Cue moonlight and music (waltz, please), willows and woods. Can one enchanted evening change the course of two lives? Once upon a time—there was hope in the land.
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