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Theatrical Outfit is proud to announce our 2012-2013 season, which will take audiences to new heights just as quickly as it ushers them down memory lane. Learn about our four upcoming productions and subscribe today! Subscribers save up to $60 over single ticket buyers and get special benefits; to learn more and purchase a subscription, call Ticket Alternative at 1.877.725.8849 or visit www.theatricaloutfit.org.

My Name is Asher Lev

By Chaim Potok, Adapted for the stage by Aaron Posner
Aug 22, 2012 – Sept 16, 2012

"This is religion vs. art in a young man who believes in both."
-Nelson Pressley, The Washington Post

Possessing a prodigious artistic ability, Asher Lev is driven to draw and paint the world as he sees it. Born into a Hasidic family in post-World War II Brooklyn, his artistic genius threatens to estrange him from both his parents and his observant Jewish community. A fascinating coming-of-age story that seamlessly explores art, family and religion.


Two Drink Minimum

By William Balzer
Oct 24, 2012 – Nov 18, 2012

A world premiere comedy about families and the phone lines that bind them.

A life long journey between a boy and his mother through four stages of her life: the Great Depression, World War II, before her son got married and after her son got married. As he endures poignant, and often comical, growing pains, a boy becomes a man and his mother must learn to grow with her son and his family.



By Trey Ellis & Ricardo Khan
Jan 30, 2013 – Feb 24, 2013

"Let's get right to the point. Fly blew me away." -Anita Gates, The New York Times

The African-American Army Air Corp fighters who flew over the skies of Europe during World War II made historic contributions toward the desegregation of the American military and furthering of civil rights. Travel with these dedicated and determined young men who accepted the challenge to take flight for a country that showed them nothing but adversity on the ground. The Tuskegee Airmen show us what happens when the playing field is truly level.


The Fabulous Lipitones

By Mark St. Germain & John Markus
Mar 27, 2013 – Apr 21, 2013

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Harmony

When one of their founding members drops dead mid-performance, this small town America barbershop trio must race to find a new member for their quartet to win the national competition.  Choosing a tenor who is a Pakistani Sikh with dubious immigration credentials makes their road to victory a funny and touching lesson in what it takes to create real harmony.  A World Premiere Musical by award-winning playwright, Mark St. Germain, author of the hit show, Freud's Last Session.

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