Experience the ultimate celebration of our 20th season with “You Can’t Take It With You”! More than a dozen of your favorite Good Theater actors bring this Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by Kaufman & Hart to life with laughter, love, and unforgettable moments. As we close out our milestone year, we invite you to join us for a night of pure joy and entertainment that you won’t want to miss. Don’t wait, get your tickets now and be a part of the celebration!
Meet the most unusual duckling the pond has ever seen!
In their nest at the edge of a pond, the baby ducklings wait impatiently for Mummy’s enormous egg to hatch. But their new brother doesn’t look like everyone else. He doesn’t even quack like a proper duckling! Teased and called Ugly by his siblings, our hero goes on an adventure in search of a place to fit in. As the seasons change the woodland trees from dark weathered branches to silver sticks of frost, the lost and lonely fledgling meets a menagerie of mischievous animals…. But where does he really belong? Hans Christian Andersen’s well-known tale comes to life with inventive physicality, and live music and songs that quack and trill.
All that you touch you change.
All that you change changes you. Based on the landmark sci-fi novels by Afro-futurist author Octavia E. Butler, Parable of the Sower is a genre-defying, modern congregational opera that celebrates two centuries of Black music. Written by Toshi Reagon and Bernice Johnson Reagon, Parable chronicles the spiritual awakening of Lauren Olamina amidst an America plagued by the products of unrelenting greed, systemic injustice and climate change denial. With an ensemble of more than 20 musicians, Parable of the Sower transforms the operatic form, fusing African-American spiritualism, deep insights into gender and race, and climate activism into a new musical experience that thrills and inspires.