Two Shows at the Arden
By LYDIA R. DIAMOND
Directed by WALTER DALLAS
On the Arcadia Stage
October 24 – December 22, 2013
One summer weekend on Martha’s Vineyard, the LeVay brothers bring their girlfriends home to meet the parents. Between breakfast and board games, rivalries ignite, opinions flare, and secrets unravel. Join us for this raucous of-the-moment portrait of an affluent African-American family.
Stick Fly contains profanity and sexual references. Recommended for 9th grade and above.
Or something for the whole family…
Sideways Stories from Wayside School
Adapted by JOHN OLIVE from the books by LOUIS SACHAR
Directed by WHIT MACLAUGHLIN
On the F. Otto Haas Stage
December 4, 2013 – February 15, 2014
Is your school a little too…normal? Welcome to Wayside. Before you enter Wayside School, you should know it’s a thirty-story building with one classroom on each floor. Mrs. Jewls is nice and teaches class on the thirtieth story, but watch out for Mrs. Gorf, who turns kids into apples if they give a wrong answer. And then there’s Miss Zarves, who teaches the class on the nineteenth story – except there is no nineteenth story so there is no Miss Zarves. The zany characters of Wayside School take you on a bizarre classroom journey that promises to thrill and excite the entire family.
Best enjoyed by families with children 5 and older.
Use your Temple Cultural Passport for your $10 student rush ticket that are available 30 minutes before every performance.
Or check out the arden website.
Arden Theatre Company
40 N. 2nd Street