Taking place on the night before Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination, The Mountaintop includes adult and sexualized language and some violent imagery that may not be suitable for young audiences. We recommend this play for patrons ages 16 and older.
Shakespeare’s tale of shipwrecks and magic is appropriate for all ages, however, due to its classical language and because one actor appears nearly nude, we recommend the play to patrons ages 14 and older.
This play offers beautiful theatrical moments set around and in a pool of water. Based on Ovid’s classic myths, and containing mild adult language, we recommend Metamorphoses to patrons ages 13 and older. Actors appear nearly nude during portions of the show and there are moments of stylized sexual staging.
This sophisticated British comedy, with its razor sharp wit and quick barbs, will most likely be appreciated by patrons ages 14 and older. The play contains alcohol use, cigarettes and some mature themes.
Due to the challenging subject matter in this play, we recommend Love Alone to patrons ages 14 and older. The play contains some adult language, cigarette smoking and mature themes.
Assassins takes on a very challenging topic – the murder of American presidents – and contains graphic sexual language, gun violence and drug use. We recommend this play to patrons ages 16 and older.