Don't Close Your Eyes
Fridays & Saturdays
June 1st - July 28th
The Equinox Theatre is excited to host a brand new season of “Don’t Close Your Eyes” -- a series of original radio plays to be performed and recorded live in front of a studio audience, weekends from June 1st-July 28th.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Fridays & Saturdays, September 14th-29th. Shows begin at 8pm
***Warning: This show has a live rock band on stage and it will get loud. We are providing earplugs for those who want them***
Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a rock musical about a fictional rock and roll band fronted by an East German transgender singer.
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
Saturdays from Sept. 22nd- Oct. 13th. All Shows begin at 2pm.
Nine-year-old Peter Hatcher struggles with an end-of-the-school-year assignment to write about the most important thing that happened to him during fourth grade. This is a daunting task given how much took place that year, particularly when dealing with his toddler terror of a brother, Fudge.
Children's Matinee in October/November
Silly Moose Comedy Improv
Join us as our gang takes the stage to offer a zany hour of improv games. Made up on the spot with suggestions and volunteers from the audience, these hilarious scenes delight kids and entertain adults!
Sister Mary Explains it All for You
We're taking on Christmas in our own twisted, comedic way with a Christopher Durang Classic.
Sister Mary Ignatius is giving a lecture on Catholicism. She tells us what sins send you to hell (murder, sex outside marriage, highjacking a plane, masturbation); and she is assisted by her sweet and obedient student, Thomas, age seven.
Children's Matinee in November/December
Bert & Charlie's Unconventional Christmas Carol
This puppet show for kids (and adults) is the tale of two Christmas elves who must teach an old curmudgeon the meaning of Christmas (with the help of his overworked niece) before Christmas Eve!
Main Stage in February
In the Next Room, or the vibrator play
Catherine Givings, an ideal Victorian lady, grows restless in her role as wife and mother even as her husband, using a new electric medical vibrator, treats Sabrina Daldry for hysteria. Tensions between social expectation and desire, technology and human touch climax with Catherine's curiosity about the noise coming from her husband's office, challenging old relationships while awakening new.