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PEGASUS THEATRE COMPANY ANNOUNCES 2022-2023 SEASON — MARK YOUR CALENDARS
ANNOUNCING OUR 2022-23 SEASON
Bisgaier and Jennifer
Nasta Zefutie are thrilled to welcome audiences
back to a new space in a new town and to the fullest season
Pegasus has ever offered.
God of Carnage
by Yasmina Reza, trans. by Christopher Hampton,
directed by Peter Bisgaier
In this Tony and Olivier Award-winning comedy, two
sets of parents meet to discuss how to handle a playground fight
between their sons. Over the course of the night, tensions
flare, biases are revealed, and the parents’ true humanity (or lack
thereof) rises to the surface, resulting in what The New York Times
called “ninety minutes of laughter that comes from the gut.”
Murray the Elf, and the Case of the Missing Mistletoe
by Bill D’Agostino, directed by Peter Bisgaier
In addition to Murray's duties helping Santa at a
local mall, Murray is on-call as a detective in Santa’s
Toyland. When Mrs. Claus calls Murray to the North Pole, he
must solve a holiday heist in order to save Christmas. This
enchanting, holiday show will charm and delight audience members,
young and old alike.
by Jordan Harrison, directed by Jennifer Nasta
This 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist takes us into
the age of artificial intelligence. Marjorie—a jumble of
disparate, fading memories—has a handsome, young companion
programmed to feed the story of her life back to her, while her
family struggles to define what Marjorie should be allowed to
remember. This “elegant, thoughtful, and quietly unsettling
New York Times) explores the mysteries of human
identity and the limits, if any, of what technology can replace.
Students will participate in theater games and activities to
develop basic theater skills as well as foundational skills that
promote focus, communication, teamwork, and listening.
22-September 2, 9am-3pm, ages 9-14
LET'S WRITE a PLAY!
Students will work together to write an original theatre piece,
then learn performance techniques and character development as they
rehearse their play. The camp will culminate with an evening
performance for family and friends.