Our 2013 Season is going to be our best yet! Filled with World Premieres, Regional Premieres, and Old Classic Favorites, our EIGHT SHOWS will entertain you with depth and meaning!
2013 Season Lineup
by Jonson Kuhn
Jan 4, 2013 - Jan 26, 2013
This WORLD PREMIERE will be the last show in the current space for The Edge. A tribute to the Poliziotteschi film genre, Italian stories of crime and mafia, the story follows Leo Betti and his quest to lead a non-crime life and to make up for lost relationships.
by David Mamet
March 15, 2013 - April 7, 2013
A Denver area REGIONAL PREMIERE, Race follows "three attorneys, two black and one white, offered a chance to defend a white man charged with a crime against a black woman." The plot unfolds as the three lawyers and defendant grapple with the evidence of the case and their own feelings about race. Mamet has said that the "theme is race and the lies we tell each other on the subject."
The Shadow Box,
by Michael Cristofer
April 19, 2013 - May 19, 2013
The play takes place over twenty four hours, in three separate vacation cabins on the grounds of a large hospital, in America. Within the three cabins our three patients, Joe, Brian and Felicity are living with their respective families as they have reached the end of their treatment and have agreed to be part of a psychological scheme where they live within the hospital grounds and have interviews with a psychiatrist. Tony Award Winner for Best Play and Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama!
One Flew Over the
by Dale Wasserman
June 7, 2013 - June 30, 2013
Dale Wasserman's stage adaptation made its Broadway preview on November 12, 1963, its premiere on November 13, and ran until January 25, 1964 for a total of one preview and 82 performances. Since then, the play has had two revivals: first off-Broadway in 1971, with Danny DeVito as Martini, then as a Broadway production in 2001 with Gary Sinise as McMurphy for which it won a Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play. A film version released in 1975 was based on the novel, but not on the play.
The House of Blue Leaves,
by John Guare
July 19, 2013 - August 11, 2013
Set in Sunnyside, Queens in 1965, on the day Pope Paul VI visited New York City, the black comedy features nuns, a political bombing, a GI headed for Vietnam, a zookeeper who dreams of making it big in Hollywood as a songwriter, and his wife Bananas, a schizophrenic destined for the institution that provides the play's title. Drama Critic’s Circle Award for Best American Play and Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play.
Bengal Tiger at
the Baghdad Zoo,
by Rajiv Joseph
August 30, 2013 - September 29, 2013
The DENVER area REGIONAL PREMIERE is about "a tiger that haunts the streets of present day Baghdad seeking the meaning of life. As he witnesses the puzzling absurdities of war, the tiger encounters Americans and Iraqis who are searching for friendship, redemption, and a toilet seat made of gold. He tells the audience that most of the animals have fled to "freedom" because of the Iraq Invasion, only to be shot dead by soldiers. That night, United States soldiers come to guard the zoo. The tiger, driven by fear and hunger, bites off the hand of Tom, a soldier. Kev, another soldier, shoots the tiger, mortally wounding him. He dies slowly. Robin Williams played the Tiger and Broadway and was voted favorite actor in a play by Broadway.com. It was also nominated for several Tony Awards and won Best New Play by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,
by Tennessee Williams
October 18, 2013 - November 17, 2013
This classic favorite is the story of a Southern family in crisis, especially the husband and wife Brick and Margaret (usually called Maggie or "Maggie the Cat"), and their interaction with Brick's family over the course of one evening gathering at the family estate in Mississippi. The party is to celebrate the birthday of patriarch Big Daddy Pollitt, "the Delta's biggest cotton-planter", and his return from the Ochsner Clinic with what he has been told is a clean bill of health. All family members (except Big Daddy and his wife, Big Mama) are aware of Big Daddy's true diagnosis: he is dying of cancer. His family has lied to Big Daddy and Big Mama to spare the aging couple from pain on the patriarch's birthday but, throughout the course of the play, it becomes clear that the Pollitt family has long constructed a web of deceit for itself. The 1955 Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama, this play is being revived again on Broadway in 2013.
by Carrie Printz
Winner of the On the
Edge Festival of New Plays
December 6, 2013 - December 31, 2013
Fifteen-year-old Aseem Ganeshe is your typical American kid—brilliant, multi-ethnic and dying to star on a reality TV show. But there are just a few things standing in his way. Cultures and generations clash in this funny, poignant tale of a 21st century family.
PROGRAMMING IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE