Our 2023-24 Season

Our 2023-2024 Season: Extraordinary Transformations

Talk Radio
Runs Mar 1 - Mar 10, 2024
Written by:Eric Bogosian
Directed by:Paul Rhoden
Sponsor:TBA
Tune into the controversial world of shock jock Barry Champlain on the eve of his radio show’s national syndication. Set in Cleveland, this gripping play explores the power and peril of words in the age of broadcast media.
Improv Marches On - No Script Society Improv Comedy Show
Runs Mar 15 - Mar 17, 2024
No Script Society has been bringing you sell-out shows since last summer, and this March won't be any less exciting! We're using our unique creative style to bring you a mix of short-form improvised games and long-form improv scenes. You will be dazzled by this cast of wild characters, and you never know what you're going to get, but you'll always know it will be funny! This group is heading to the Southern Oregon Fringe Festival in April to represent VLT and the Eugene comedy scene. Catch them now before they're famous!
Alabama Story
Runs Mar 29 - Apr 14, 2024
Written by:Kenneth Jones
Directed by:Stanley Coleman
Sponsor:TBA
Set in the heart of the civil rights movement, this drama stirs up controversy when a children’s book with a hidden message enters the scene. Experience the tensions between a staunch segregationist State Senator and a determined State Librarian in 1959 Montgomery, Alabama.
Constellations
Runs May 3 - May 19, 2024
Written by:Nick Payne
Directed by:Rich Scheeland
Sponsor:TBA
Traverse through multiple universes in this romantic narrative featuring Roland, a beekeeper, and Marianne, a physicist. This captivating play explores the complexities of love and life, pondering the implications of string theory, cosmology, and quantum mechanics on our personal relationships.
Silent Sky
Runs Jun 14 - Jun 30, 2024
Written by:Lauren Gunderson
Directed by:Maggie Hadley
Sponsor:TBA
Delve into the extraordinary life of Henrietta Leavitt, an astronomer whose groundbreaking work goes unnoticed in the early 1900s. Amidst the celestial wonders of Harvard University, Leavitt navigates the challenges of being a “human computer” while striving for recognition in a male-dominated field.