Current Season
Throwing Smoke
By Keith Reddin
Directed by Jeff Siuda
9/17 at 5:30 and 9/22 at 7:00
Blackfriars Theatre | 795 East Main Street, Rochester NY

Throwing Smoke deals with the tragicomic problems of a minor league baseball coach, Earl, whose team is so dispirited by the opposing pitcher (who is “throwing smoke” that day) that most have decided to simply give up and go home. This hilarious and ultimately moving play is a meditation on the “love of the game” and what it takes to “play ball” every day.
By N. Richard Nash
Directed by Wayne Alan Dunbar
10/26, 10/27, & 10/28 at 7:30, 10/28 at 2:00, & 10/29 at 1:00
The MuCCC | 142 Atlantic Avenue, Rochester NY

A man and woman build a paradise of happiness within an asylum, only to have it shattered by the intrusion of the outside world. The two characters search to determine the difference between illusion and reality. The theme of love, vulnerable to the surveillances of the asylum, and the ministrations of the psychiatrist, seems as fragile in the constrained setting as it often is in the outside world. Donations to be taken on behalf of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
Annual Heist
By Stephanie Roosa
March 3, 2018
The Century Club | 566 East Avenue, Rochester NY

We are delighted to announce that the Young Professional Board of The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children/NY Regional Office will host its 3rd annual Mystery Dinner at the Century Club in downtown Rochester. The event will provide an interactive grazing experience where you can travel through rooms of the historic Century Club while acquiring clues through a theatre production to solve the mystery. NCMEC has partnered with the Strathallan Hotel and Out of Pocket, Inc. to put on this wonderful fundraising event. Proceeds from the event will be used to help support NCMEC’s prevention programming and support.
Picasso at the Lapine Agile
By Steve Martin
Directed by Jeff Siuda
5/11, 5/12, 5/17, 5/18, & 5/19 at 7:30 and 5/13 at 2:00
The MuCCC | 142 Atlantic Avenue | Rochester NY

Stop us if you’ve heard this one… Picasso and Einstein walk into a bar in turn of the century Paris, and…and…well we wouldn’t want to give it away. From the cracked mind of Steve Martin comes the comic fantasia Picasso at the Lapin Agile. Watch as two, )well maybe three, but that would be telling), of the greatest minds of the 20th Century give birth to the modern world right in front of your eyes.