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Next Fall

Nov. 4-7

In the Studio

By Geoffrey Nauffts

Directed by Jaci Keagy
Scenic Design – Dale Keagy
Costume Design – Rebecca Eastman
Lighting Design – Tony Fogle
Technical Director – Jay Schmuck
Sound/Live Music – Sergio Paul
CAST
ADAM – Cole Reilly
LUKE – Quinton Laughman
BUTCH – John Piermatteo
ARLENE – Courtney Henry
HOLLY – Melanie Yan Detzel
BRANDON – Chris Aulbach

Next Fall – by Geoffrey Nauffts
Have you ever noticed how we just can’t help but root for the couples who have the most to overcome in carving out a life together?

The noticeable age gap between Alex and Luke may be the least of this gay couple’s concerns; it’s how their conflicting outlooks compound that truly tests their love. The play begins with Luke in a coma. Tensions run high in the hospital waiting room as five of the people who love Luke most gather to show their support for him.

Geoffrey Naufft’s provocative play weaves in equal parts humor and heart to revisit the first five years of Adam and Luke’s story together and to imagine what the next fall might bring. This rich ensemble piece serves as a petri dish to the human condition, exposing six distinctly developed characters (each with their own baggage), who wrestle with how one can love someone else both because of and despite who they are.

Only 4 PERFORMANCES:
November 4, 5, 6 at 7 p.m.
November 7 at 3 p.m

In advance: General Admission: $15
Tickets at the door: $17

General admission tickets are first-come, first-serve seating.
Theatre doors open 30 minutes prior to the performance.

COVID Protocols:

All persons over 3 must be masked regardless of vaccination status while in the building.

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Ticket Exchange Policy:
Tickets are non-refundable but may be exchanged for a different performance of the same show at no charge.
NO exchanges will be made the day of the performance. Tickets must be exchanged through the box office.
Exchanges of Reserved seats can only be guaranteed for the desired performance if there are available seats in the reserved section. All persons, regardless of age, must have a ticket to attend a show.