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JOIN STAGE LEFT THEATER ASSOCIATION!

Membership dues now include a free pass to all Stage Left productions!  
(Does not include productions by independent groups.)
Click Here to pay online.
Parking is available nearby!


Coming Up
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Stage Left Theater
Announces its 2014-2015 Season!
A Walk in the Woods
By Lee Blessing
September 5-21, 2014 (Rescheduled)
Directed by Janelle Frisque
These Shining Lives
(Cancelled)
Bash
By Neil Labute
October 3-19, 2014
Directed By Juan Mas
Hit and Run VIII Play Festival
November 7-8, 2014 (New dates!)
(this show not covered by member pass)
The Thread Men
By Thomas Dunn
November 14-30, 2014
Directed by George Green
(Will be entered in the AACT Festival)
Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You
(Cancelled)
The Sunset Limited
By Cormac McCarthy
January 9-15, 2015
Directed by Eric Paine
Fast and Furious Play Festival
January 30-31, 2015
(this show not covered by member pass)
Creeps
An original work written and directed by Sandra Hosking
February 20-March 1, 2015
Left Overs Play Festival
March 14, 2015
(this show not covered by member pass)
Equus
By Peter Shaffer
April 2-26, 2015
Directed by Troy Nickerson
(Opening weekend runs Friday and Saturday only)
Glengarry Glen Ross
By David Mamet
May 8-24, 2015
Directed by Jhon Goodwin
Steel Kiss
By Robin Fulford
June 12-28, 2015
Directed by Dan McKeever

 

Past Shows

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The Clink (by The Organization)
I Read About My Death In Vogue Magazine
May 16 - June 1, 2014
Left Overs
March 22, 2014
TAPE   (by Lilac City Performing Arts)
March 6-8, 2014
Let Me Down Easy
February 21-23, 2014
Fast and Furious
January 31, February 1, 2014

The Back of the Throat
January 17-19, 2014
Nora
November 8-24, 2013
Hit and Run VII
September 27-28, 2013
Stuff Happens
July 19-28, 2013
Marx in Soho
April 19-May 4, 2013

130130_seats.jpg See a pictorial history of the renovation of Stage Left Theater!

Mission

Our group is founded on the belief that live theater provides a mechanism for interpersonal interaction not provided by television and movies, that it should be a force for political, intellectual and social stimulation, and should be relevant to the daily lives of the audience and the players.  We seek to broaden the involvement of the general population by engaging issues of topical value and stimulating the analysis and discussion of the structure and goals of society.

Rent our Space!
One of the goals of Stage Left is to provide an affordable venue for small performing groups that otherwise have no home.  If you have an urge to perform, contact us about rental rates.

Have a Play you would like
Stage Left to perform?


Fill out our play submission form and email it to us.
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