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OUR
2017-2018
SEASON

mr and mrs nobody

MY OLD LADY
By Israel Horovitz
For Curtain Up! 2017
Sept. 15 - Oct. 7, 2017
Directed by
Michael Lodick

cloud 9

CINDERELLA
Nov. 17 - Dec. 16, 2017
Adapted, Conceived
and Directed by
Kelli Bocock-Natale

WAY BACK WHEN:
An Evening of One Acts

By Grant Golden and
Rebecca Ritchie
Feb. 2 - Feb. 24, 2018
Directed by
Betsy Bittar

buffalo gal

THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON
By Jason Miller
March 16-April 7, 2018
Directed by Kelli
Bocock-Natale

On The Waterfront

THE ALIENS
By Annie Baker
April 27-May 19, 2018
Directed by
David Oliver

 

 

Lips Together,
Teeth Apart

2016

lips together teeth apart

LIPS TOGETHER, TEETH APART
By Terrence McNally

Directed by Greg Natale

Starring: Candice Kogut, Richard Lambert,
Kelli Bocock-Natale and Eric Rawski

THREE AND A HALF STARS
The Buffalo News

"Director Greg Natale and his all-star lineup of actors and designers, have created the most fully realized rendition
of a play I have seen in years."
-Ben Siegel

BUFFALO RISING REVIEW

"All four of the actors are Buffalo favorites for a reason: they’re good. But special kudos go out to Kelli Bocock-Natale who convincingly plays one of the most annoying characters ever penned and she does it with nuance and depth."
-Peter Hall, Buffalo Rising

NY THEATRE GUIDE REVIEW

"This ensemble consists of some of Buffalo’s favorite actors
and each gives a uniquely brilliant performance…
Greg Natale directs this production in such a way that
his work becomes invisible to the naked eye."
-Connor Graham, NY Theatre Guide

 



Terrence McNally’s award-winning comedy, Lips Together, Teeth Apart opened the season with an award-winning director and cast. The show opened on September 16, 2016 as part of the Curtain Up! 2016 celebration.

A gay community on Fire Island, in the early 1980s, provides an unlikely setting for two straight couples, vacationing at the home of one’s recently deceased brother, having passed away from AIDS. As they celebrate the Fourth of July holiday, questions of their own mortality, faith, achievements and disappointments overlap as they each face an uncertain future.