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Sat, June 3, 4pm - 7pm Opening Reception
"Our Way" Art Gallery Show, Mare Akana, Curator
"Out" Photography Exhibit, Andrea Phox Photography

What Doesn't Kill You by James Hindman June 8-11
Thurs; Fri 7pm; Sat 3pm & 7pm; Sun 2pm

A Return Engagement! Due to popular demand "What Doesn't Kill You" returns to NJ Rep after a triumphant run at the International Gay Theater Festival in Dublin, garnering 5 stars in The Irish Times. A heart attack, an obsession with Cher, a trip to a concentration camp, so yes, it's a comedy! Written and performed by James Hindman.


The Silver Bell by Alan Flanagan June 8 - 18
Thurs; Fri 8:30pm; Sat 4:30pm & 8:30pm; Sun 3:30pm

Straight from Edinburgh and the UK! It's a tale as old as time: boy meets boy, boy loses boy, boy punches a hole in universe to get boy back. Join Mico and James as they tell you their reality-bending story of love, loss and trying to find decent sausage rolls in a universe that never invented them. "Warm-hearted and peppered with the tragic and comic, [The Silver Bell] is intriguing and skilfully performed." The Queer Review
(Adult themes and language. No one under 17 admitted.)


Miss Delta Township by Joanne Callum Powers June 15-18
Thurs; Fri 7pm; Sat 3pm & 7pm; Sun 2pm

A One-Woman Whirlwind! From a shocking opening that grabs both your attention and your nervous system from the moment the stage lights come up, "Miss Delta Township" locks on and never let's go, kicking off in the 1960's and then moving at warp speed through several decades of life and longing in a "typical" suburban American family. Except that this family, as it turns out, is anything but typical.


Democracy Sucks by Monica Bauer June 22-25
Thurs; Fri 7pm; Sat 3pm & 7pm; Sun 2pm

A Teacher on the Verge! Professor B has been teaching Political Philosophy 101 at Upper Michigan State for ten years, but now, he drinks during class and uses sock puppets of Plato and Socrates to convince his students that democracy sucks. There's an online petition to have him fired. His only hope is an outstanding rating from his students on the Course Evaluations. To get them, he reaches back into his past as a theater kid at the Stage Door Summer Camp to give his students the most exciting last class on democracy in the history of Upper Michigan State.


Sister Mary's Playtime by Tim McArthur June 22-25
Thurs; Fri 8:30pm; Sat 4:30pm & 8:30pm; Sun 3:30pm

The Singing Nun? All the way from London we welcome back Sister Mary. Sister Mary was a foundling, discovered on the steps of St Peter's of the Sisters of the Third Removed, in the heart of London's West End. It is rumored she is the secret love child of West End Musical Theatre Star, Elaine Paige. Sister Mary loves showtunes and making homemade flapjack. Join Sister Mary as she battles the blues with her unique style of comedy. No pulpit. No psalms. No prayers. She's not that kind of nun!