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One Man, Two Guvnors

by Richard Bean
Directed by Andrew Borba

July 26–August 11

How hard can it be to have two jobs? This hilarious adaptation of Carlo Goldoni’s commedia masterpiece The Servant of Two Masters plants us in Brighton in 1963. Recently fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall scrambles to find work in this working class British beach town, where the ladies liberation movement has just begun to bloom. High and low humor collide in this British farce complete with live Beatles-inspired music.

This show includes adult language and themes and may not be suitable for children under age 13.

2.5 hours, one intermission 

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The Christians

by Lucas Hnath
Directed by Taibi Magar

June 28–July 14 

Pastor Paul has grown his church from a storefront to a mega-complex, but nothing prepared him or his congregation for the biggest change of all: a change of heart. Featuring live performances by the Chautauqua Choir every night, The Christians is a highly theatrical yet extremely intimate exploration of faith, family and the courage to stand up for what you believe.

This show includes adult themes and may not be suitable for children under age 12.

90 Minutes, no intermission 

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Creative Team

Director - Taibi Magar

Scenic and Projection Design - Adam Rigg

Costume Design - Andrew Jean

Lighting Design - Masha Tsimring

Sound Design - Mikaal Sulaiman

Voice, Speech and Dialect Coach -Tia James

Music Director - Jared Jacobsen

Associate Music Director - Ruth Becker

Cast

Pastor - Jamison Jones*

Pastor’s Wife - Stori Ayers*

Associate Pastor - Ricardy Fabre

Elder - Malcolm Ingram*

Congregant - Madeline Seidman

Theater Packs go on sale March 14. Guarantee Seats and Save. Only a limited quantity of each package is available. 

Tickets are also available at the Kiosk outside of Bratton Theater 1 hour before each performance. We cannot guarantee availability at the Kiosk. 

For sold out performances, we accept names on a waitlist which can be found at the Kiosk outside of Bratton Theater. Waitlists are put up 1 hour before each performance but do not guarantee entry. 

See our Special Programming page for more events


If you have specific dates you are interested in visiting, please select them via the calendar to your right. Otherwise, all of our events are listed below.

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15,480  People Joined Us

110  CTC Company Members

49  Total Performances

1,550  People saw our FREE Traveling Shakespeare

4,500  Amp Attendees at our Inter-Arts Performance

768  Attendees at 6 Brown Bags

2,300  Attendees at 25 Talkbacks

700  Kids served by the Young Playwrights Project

52  Members of the Motet Choir

1  Pop/Punk Musical New Play Workshop


2019Theater web Christians season

The Christians

by Lucas Hnath
Directed by Taibi Magar
June 28–July 14 

Pastor Paul has grown his church from a storefront to a mega-complex, but nothing prepared him or his congregation for the biggest change of all: a change of heart. Featuring live performances by the Chautauqua Choir every night, The Christians is a highly theatrical yet extremely intimate exploration of faith, family and the courage to stand up for what you believe.

This show includes adult themes and may not be suitable for children under age 12.


2019Theater web 1M2G season

One Man, Two Guvnors

by Richard Bean
Directed by Andrew Borba
July 26–August 11

How hard can it be to have two jobs? This hilarious adaptation of Carlo Goldoni’s commedia masterpiece The Servant of Two Masters plants us in Brighton in 1963. Recently fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall scrambles to find work in this working class British beach town, where the ladies liberation movement has just begun to bloom. High and low humor collide in this British farce complete with live Beatles-inspired music.

This show includes adult language and themes and may not be suitable for children under age 12. 


2019Theater web Shakespeare season

A Midsummer Night's Dream

by William Shakespeare
In a modern verse translation by Jeff Whitty
Directed by Sarah Elizabeth Wansley

June 25–July 31

CTC’s FREE outdoor Shakespeare returns with a magical midsummer comedy. Follow jealous lovers, mischievous fairies and first time players as they journey through the woods. Love potions, live music and physical comedy enchant in this energetic 90-minute version of Shakespeare’s most beloved play.

This show is family-friendly.


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How the Light Gets In

By E. M. Lewis
Directed by Emilie Beck
July 18–20

While grappling with her recent cancer diagnosis, a travel writer meets a frustrated Japanese architect, a homeless girl who lives under a weeping willow tree, and a tattoo artist who doesn’t want to use his gift. How the Light Gets In is a poetic and quirky romantic comedy about four lonely people who find each other when one of them falls apart.

This show includes adult language and themes and may not be suitable for children under age 14.


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On the Exhale

By Martín Zimmerman
Directed by Patrick Walsh (CTC Directing Fellow alum)
An Actor/Director Workshop
August 14–18

When the tragedy of mass shootings hits home, one mother finds herself inexplicably drawn to the weapon that changed her life forever. On the Exhale is a powerful solo performance featuring CTC alumna Claire Karpen, directed by CTC alumnus Patrick Walsh.

This show includes adult themes and may not be suitable for children under age 14.


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Agent 355

Music, Lyrics and Book by Preston Max Allen
Book and Dramaturgy by Jessica Kahkoska
Directed by Estefania Fadul
August 15–18

True story: during the Revolutionary War, an unidentified female spy helped George Washington and his army to victory. Today, a contemporary all-female band is determined to figure out who she was. In the New Play Workshop's first musical, Agent 355 explores the loyalty, heritage, and courage of six real Revolutionary women whose stories, sacrifices, and secrets shaped the nation.

This show includes adult language and may not be suitable for children under age 12.