Thursday, April 21, 2016

LUNA STAGE ANNOUNCES EXCITING SEASON FOR 2016-2017

Three World Premieres and A New Twist on a Holiday Favorite

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King of the Mountains
A World Premiere by Ben Clawson

October 6th - October 30th, 2016

Commissioned with the support of The Dramatists Guild Foundation in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of The National Park Service

For three days in May of 1903, President Teddy Roosevelt and the naturalist John Muir camped alone together in the Yosemite. One expected to be paid homage, revered for his accomplishments, and praised for his wilderness prowess. The other desired to have his voice heard, his philosophy followed, and his wisdom sought. The problem was, both men wanted to do all the talking. A complex look at the ongoing battle over what do with our public lands told through the unique wit and whimsy of Luna favorite Ben Clawson (Tilt the Unlit Candle, The Dangers of Electric Lighting, and The High Water Mark).


This Wonderful Life  
by Steve Murray

December 1st - December 18th, 2016

Spend some time this holiday season with performer extraordinaire Erica Bradshaw (left) as she inhabits every single role of this stage adaptation of the iconic holiday film

It's a Wonderful Life. Erica's not exactly your typical resident of Bedford Falls, but Luna's not your typical theatre. Experience this heartwarming story as you've never seen it before and enjoy a few winks and smirks along the way.


Indian Head
A World Premiere by Obie Award-Winner Nikkole Salter

February 2nd - March 5th, 2017

Commissioned by the NJPAC Stage Exchange, a program of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Another story ripped from the NJ headlines from the author of Lines in the Dust. When Rachel's anti-Native mascot activism crosses the legal line, her aunt comes up with a sure-fire way to teach her a valuable lesson about accountability. But when Rachel's punishment creates an opportunity to fulfill her original mission, she must decide whether or not her agenda is worth a new sacrifice. Indian Head gives us a window into the perspective of a young Lenape girl as she grapples with the cost of reclaiming dignity.


Tranquil
A World Premiere by Andrew Rosendorf

April 13th - May 14th, 2017

Paralyzed in the car accident that claimed her mother's life, 17-year-old Ellen is determined to experience all her teenage years have to offer. But when the past comes knocking on the door-in the form of Ellen's brother-her small family's delicate balance is upended. In a home awash with anger, guilt, and Ellen's raging hormones, Tranquil is a raw exploration of one shattered family striving to be whole again.


More Reasons to buy your Season Pass

All Season Pass Holders receive the following:

  • An invitation to exclusive talks with our artistic staff centered around each of our productions. For Season Pass Holders only.
  • Advance notice and the chance to buy tickets for special events before the general public.
  • One ticket voucher per Pass that you can use to invite a friend to come and see their first show at Luna! (Valid during the first two weeks of each run. Opening Nights excluded).

Discounts to several area restaurants and shops. We're working hard to add new area merchants to a list of offerings that includes popular spots like Hat City Kitchen, Pink Cupcakes, Suzy Que's, Libretti's, and Arts Unbound


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  • Regular Season Pass
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