The Invisible Theatre’s 33rd Anniversary
“A Journey of Discovery”
A year-long celebration of combustible comedy, marvelous music and dynamic drama
that will touch your heart and ignite your imagination!
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Monologist Scott Carter * World Famous Female Illusionist Randy Roberts *
Susan Claassen in A CONVERSATION WITH EDITH HEAD
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HAVING OUR SAY, THE DELANY SISTERS' FIRST 100 YEARS
by Emily Mann
September 15 - October 5, 2003
Two unforgettable pioneering African-American sisters, 103-year-old Sadie and 101-year-old Bessie Delany, take us on a remarkable journey through the 20th century of our nation's history. The NY Times says it is "The most provocative and entertaining family play to reach Broadway...."
ALL THE GREAT BOOKS (abridged)
The Reduced Shakespeare Company
October 10 - 11, 2003 The Berger Performing Arts Center
A Little Dickens. A Short Longfellow. Reduced Proust... The world's great books explode as the bad boys of abridgment unleash a brand-new comic outrage! America's best loved comedy troupe takes you on a ninety-eight minute roller-coaster ride through its compact compendium!
by A. R. Gurney
November 24 - December 14, 2003
Austin and Ruth rekindle their romance after 30 years and rediscover each other and themselves as they are reminded of the infinite possibilities that life holds. The New York Post says the play is "Charmingly clever yet immeasurably touching."
International Singing Sensation Julie Budd in ...
YOU AND THE NIGHT AND THE MUSIC!
February 6-7, 2004
The Berger Performing Arts Center
A salute to Broadway of the 1930s, this production is filled with music and memories penned by America's greatest composers! Julie Budd, one of the world's most gifted vocalists, takes us back to a marvelous era of American musical theatre.
SPINNING INTO BUTTER
by Rebecca Gilman
March 8 - 28, 2004
This must see award-winning drama which the London Sunday Times calls "a brilliant play..." is set on a small college campus in Vermont where one of the few African-American students has received threatening racial notes. The campus erupts as students and faculty explore the dangers of both racism and political correctness in America today.
ROUTE 66-A Musical Journey Down the Mother Road
by Roger Bean
May 17- June 6, 2004
ROUTE 66 is a big, rollicking musical entertainment in the spirit of FOREVER PLAID! Travel with "The Men of Texaco" on a high-octane journey that will have you on your feet cheering! It's a trip down memory lane with over 30 songs that pay tribute to Route 66 from Chicago to LA!
Randy Roberts Live!
October 15-19, 2003
Come “Cher” in the fun when Randy Roberts, one of the world’s greatest female illusionists, makes his southwest debut.
Susan Claassen in
A Conversation with Edith Head
February 1, 2004
An evening of wit, wisdom and a whisper of gossip!
Scott Carter in
January 7-10, 2004
This comic monologue has delighted audiences and critics around the world!
Please Note: All Plays And Dates Are Subject to Change.