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Alan L. Brooks' play about war refugees torn between cultures — Holocaust survivors in 1947 San Francisco — resonates deeply today.
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The multiple award-winning International City Theatre revisits Tennessee Williams' first success and most personal work.
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Murder, mayhem and mirth! Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of hilarity, and you have The 39 Steps: a fast-paced whodunit and an unforgettable evening of pure pleasure.
By International City Theatre
Against the backdrop of Uganda's civil war, the union of the daughter of an American missionary and a local teenage girl is disrupted by violence in a haunting drama confronting the religious and cultural roots of intolerance.
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An intimate musical about a spirited orphan girl who is sent to a prestigious college by a mysterious benefactor. Jerusha's heart-warming journey to independence, education and romance is chronicled in a wealth of witty letters and glorious songs.
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A riveting play that explores the life and career of Henrietta Swan Leavitt (1868-1921) in the male-dominated world of early astronomy, hired by the Harvard Observatory as a human "computer" to catalog the stars.
By International City Theatre
Meg just left a man, Lenny never had a man and Babe just shot a man in this funny and warm-hearted revival about three sisters in Hazlehurst, Mississippi. Winner of the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award.
By International City Theatre
What does it mean to be human? How far will we go to live forever? Thomas Gibbons' new play about artificial intelligence explores questions of mortality and the unpredictability of human consciousness.
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Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies' 'Shipwrecked,' celebrates your inner child in a family-friendly, fantastical theatrical adventure based on the real-life autobiography of Louis de Rougemont.
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Christopher Durang's witty mash-up of Chekhov characters and smart phones is a delightful new comedy for our hyper-connected era. Winner of 2013 Tony, Drama Desk, New York Drama Critics' Circle and Outer Critics' Circle best play awards.

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