Next Season

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In January of 2022 we'll be presenting That Championship Season by Jason Miller. This Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning drama focuses on the 20-year reunion in 1972 of a Pennsylvania State Championship High School basketball team. In one evening the audience discovers that one fleeting moment does not define who we are and that winning at all costs on the court can end up costing you in life.

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Now Announcing the 2022 Season of Alibi Players!

Alibi Players is thrilled to announce its next three upcoming shows! In September of this year don't miss The Memory of Water!

 

Then for our 2022 season, our winter show will be That Championship Season, by Jason Miller, directed by Alan Kootsher going up in January 2022. And our September 2022 show will be A View From The Bridge by Arthur Miller, directed by Tom Peters. 

September 10-19, 2021
The Memory of Water

In September, we will be presenting The Memory of Water by Shelagh Stephenson. A heartwarming dark comedy that revolves around three sisters coming together for their mother's funeral, this play focuses on perceptions and reminiscences that time tends to play tricks on.

The Telegraph (London) writes "This is a lovely piece, full of humour and heart...Where the play works best is...in its satisfying mixture of sardonic humour and deep emotion. Excellent jokes give way to festering resentments, booze and dope-fuelled hilarity to sudden glimpses of buried secrets and aching pain."

See you at the theatre!

January 7-16, 2022
That Championship Season
September 16-25, 2022
A View from the Bridge
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Next is A View From the Bridge by Arthur Miller. Considered one of his best works, Miller weaves a tragedy about a longshoreman in New York City with an unhealthy attachment to his niece and a growing rage over her relationship with a young illegal immigrant. 

The Chicago Tribune applauds the play's complexities "with its mixed-messaged collision of the cerebral and the sensual, a dichotomy at the heart of everything Miller ever wrote."

Directed by Tom Peters, this is not to be missed!