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LATEST NEWS

St. Louis Theater Circle Awards: Congratulations to Chuck Winning who won Outstanding Supporting Performer in a Comedy for his portrayal of Goldberg in Harold Pinter’s “The Birthday Party”. Albion Theatre received a total of 7 nominations from the St. Louis Theater Circle. Congratulations to all our actors, designers, crew and other staff for making this happen.

For more details on all the nominees go to St. Louis Theatre Circle.

Company of the Year: Reviewer Lynn Venhaus names Albion Theatre the Company of the Year in the small theater category and lots of praise for our shows in her Love of Theatre Annual Awards.

UPCOMING SHOWS

All shows at the Kranzberg Black Box Theater, 501 N. Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63103. Friday & Saturday evenings at 8.00 p.m., Sundays at 2.00 p.m.

Susan, a housewife who is married to a rather boring cleric, is knocked out by a garden rake.  She experiences hallucinations, imagining an ideal family, in contrast to her tedious, oppressive real life.  However, things begin to spiral out of control and become a nightmare.  Ayckbourn again shows his mastery of combining tremendous humor with poignancy as relationships collapse.

SusanEmily BakerBillDanny Brown
AndyIsaiah Di LorenzoGeraldMatt Hanify
TonyJoseph GarnerMurielSusan Wylie
LucySarah ValloRickRyan Lawson-Maeske
CAST OF WOMAN IN MIND (DECEMBER BEE)

Directed by Robert Ashton

Climate change, overpopulation, war, and political division.  Why would anyone want to bring a baby into this world?  Successful English playwright Macmillan addresses these issues in this “off-kilter love story (that) is brutally honest, funny, edgy and current” (The Guardian).  It will be presented using its original British script.

Cast:

W will be played by Nicole Angeli

M will be played by Joel Moses

Directed by Ellie Schwetye

ALBION THEATRE NAMED BEST NEW COMPANY BY RFT

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