Now Playing


The Chinese Wall

By Max Frisch
Translated by James L. Rosenberg

January 26 – March 11

Fridays at 8:00PM
Saturdays at 8:00PM
Sundays at 2:00PM

(The Chinese Wall includes brief nudity.)

Swiss playwright, Frisch, wrote this “timely” play in 1946. Yet, its satire and theatricality make an astounding comment on today’s seemingly farcical political arena. What sort of emperor would delight in the completion of a protective wall (The Great Wall of China) that could reach New York or Berlin? Part tragedy, comedy, history, farce, and satire this wildly unpredictable theatrical event knows no bounds as it blends well-known characters from literature with real life historical people and places them all together on an ethereal stage that rivals and parallels today’s headlines. A rich, witty, wry, look at history and “time” itself.

Now Playing


The Cape and the Klan

By Tin Penavic and Ted Ryan

February 17 – March 11

Saturdays at 2:00PM
Sundays at 7:00PM

(The 37 seat Upstairs theater has comfortable permanent seating, AC/Heat and a restroom. The facility is not handicapped accessible.)

The Group Rep presents the world premiere of The Cape and the Klan a play by Tin Penavic and Ted Ryan, directed by Stan Mazin, produced by Kyra Schwartz and Ted Ryan, a dramedy based on a true story about a lone reporter who goes undercover to infiltrate and expose the Ku Klux Klan in 1951, as the Civil Rights Movement for desegregation is in full swing.

Coming Soon


Ira Levin’s DEATHTRAP

Opens April 6

Directed by Jules Aaron

A successful-but-currently-stalled playwright conspires with his wife to “collaborate” with a student whose new thriller shows tremendous potential. Dealing with the devious machinatons of a conniving writer whose recent offerings have been flops, and who is prepared to go to any lengths to improve his fortunes, Deathtrap’s suspense mounts steadily as the plot begins to twist and turn with devilish cleverness, and with such an abundance of thrills — and laughter — that audiences will be held enthralled until the final, startling moments of the play.