Plays

Golden Boy

September 14-October 7, 2018

In this brilliant and timeless American classic, scrappy young Joe Bonaparte is torn between his desire for the modest and satisfying life of an artist and the pressure to pursue fame and fortune as a prizefighter. Joe’s loving Old World Italian father fears that the siren song of fast money, fast cars and faster women will destroy his son’s sensitive soul, ...read more


 

Sive

November 2-November 25, 2018

Sive is an intimate and unflinching view of Irish country folk living in abject poverty and hopelessness in rural County Kerry. Young, beautiful Sive, barely more than a child, is promised in marriage to an old but wealthy farmer by her desperate relatives in return for the sum of 200 pounds. ...read more


 

Sense & Sensibility

January 18-February 10, 2019

A literary classic with a contemporary twist! In this rousing romp of an adaptation, we revisit Jane Austen’s beloved novel in which the Dashwood Sisters - prudent Elinore and impulsive Marianne - are robbed of their wealth, social standing and matrimonial prospects by their father’s untimely death. ...read more


 

Frost/Nixon

March 1-March 24, 2019

Three years after the Watergate scandal, jet-setting playboy and talk show host David Frost risks his reputation and his personal finances to resurrect his floundering career by landing the most sought-after interview of its day. This riveting play is a fictionalized account of the contentious and controversial conversations between disgraced ex-president Richard Nixon and Frost as the former Commander-In-Chief...read more


 

Hamlet

April 26-May 19, 2019

One of the most iconic tales of the classical canon is told as the world of Shakespeare returns to ICTC for the first time in nearly 20 years. In this slick, innovative and dynamic production, a cast of ten breathe new life into this tale of loyalty, honor, friendship and betrayal...read more


 

Entertaining Mr. Sloane

June 7-June 30, 2019

The New York Times dubs Entertaining Mr. Sloane “blissfully perverse.” Themes of murder, nymphomania and sadism bubble just below the surface of this scandalous black comedy penned by Joe Orton whose works have shocked, outraged and amused audiences since the early 1960’s. Kath, a lonely landlady, invites the handsome and mysterious drifter, Mr. Sloane, to become her lodger....read more