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February 13, 2016 at 5:00pm


Tickets: FREE for Olney Theatre Center Members; $5 for Theatre Professionals; $10 for General Public


From the groundbreaking The Laramie Project Cycle to the Pulitzer-winning I Am My Own Wife, Tony® Award-nominee Moisés Kaufman has brought seminal questions about sexuality and gender-identity to the forefront in American theater through three tempestuous decades.  Join Kaufman and Artistic Director Jason Loewith for a wide-ranging discussion about his life, his passion for theater that advances cultural conversation, and the artistic path that brought him to adapt Bizet’s famed opera Carmen as an Afro-Cuban Jazz musical.


Theatre IV's
March 19 and 20, 2016


Tickets: $10 for Olney Theatre Center Members; $15 for General Public


“Who’ll help me plant the seed?” asks the plucky red hen as she begins the process that goes into making a loaf of her delicious bread. “Not I,” say the sheep, the cow, the horse, and the pig. But, “a hen’s gotta do what a hen’s gotta do,” and so our crimson heroine perseveres until her work is done. The tricks of the conniving fox and the hen’s common sense create an adventure with a sound moral lesson in this classic, feel good, foot-stompin’ country musical.  (Recommended for ages 3 and up)