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LAB's 2023 Season


We are kicking off our 8th season with Season Ticket Subscriptions

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"I have to share that I had a really wonderful evening tonight.  I headed down to Tampa, FL to see "My Darling Tortue" performed by the Lab Theater Project, and was absolutely blown away.  My piece was up first, and despite knowing every single joke ahead of time, the talent of the actors (Rick Fernandez and John Hooper) had me laughing the whole time.  Caroline Jett's direction was perfect.

And after that... the show was every bit as good all the way through.  Six pieces, six home runs.  

Thank you, Owen and folks, for an amazing evening.  You cultivated a fan tonight!

P.S. If you are inclined, they have a means of seeing the show online.  It is well worth it!"    -Jeff Dunne

"I urge EVERYONE to come and see this show! Seeing Lab Laughs made my entire week. What a phenomenal production!" -Alexa S.

“There is something for everyone”   - Bob Dixon

“Loved the show; so much fun.  I’m glad I found you guys”   - Ash

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LAB Laughs: An Evening of Comedic Shorts
January 19 - 22, 2023
Directed by Caroline Jett & Owen Robertson
January 26 - February 9, 2023
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You Still have Time to Catch Some Laughs! 
by Paula Fell 
March 2 - 19 ,2023
Directed by Caroline Jett                          

“With a nod to the bawdiness of The Canterbury Tales and a heavy dose of subversive humor, The Rooster’s Tale addresses the dangers of being different, cancel culture, and how a rooster lays an egg.”


Medieval peasants Margery and Peter have their hands full keeping up the farm, especially with the village full of vile rumors about their sweet but naïve son, and with their daughter, a nun with a bad attitude and a worse glower.  When Margery’s favorite rooster, Henry, unexpectedly (to say the least) and mysteriously lays an egg, the bloviating local mayor insists on putting Henry – and the egg! – on trial for consorting with the devil!  Can the poor couple act fast enough to save their farm, protect their children (and Henry), and maybe make a little extra on the side?

March 16-30, 2023
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Larry Corwin 

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Ricardo Fernandez

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Nathan Juliano

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Karena Stanley

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Ursula Trasorras

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Rachel Stidham

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ZOMBIE BEACH: The Musical!
March 30 - April 8, 2023
Directed by Suzy Devore
Music Direction by Miles Randolph

Ahead of its time in 2012 when first conceived, this mashup musical brings together '60s Beach Movies, Zombies, and Punk Rock.   

April 13 - 20, 2023
by Laura Hirschberg
Directed by Owen Robertson

May 4 - 21,2023

Prometheus steals the fire of the gods from Olympus to share with mankind, sparking imagination and creativity through the ages.  On the run from the gods, he must nurture this flame as he evades the punishment, which he knows will one day catch up to him. 

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by Patrick Gabridge
Directed by Gigi Jennewein

September 7 - 24, 2023

Two very different farm families intertwined after a deadly incident of pesticide drift.  Two wives, Nora and Molly are caught between holding on to what was lost and moving forward.  

by Jared Eberlein
Directed by Owen Robertson

November 2 - 19, 2023

For Burton Quinn, the opening night of an extremely “out-of-town” production of The Delightfully Dead Kinsman in Binghamton, New York, is an ambitious return to the Broadway musical that nearly made him famous four decades earlier. Certainly, the material still holds magic for Burton, even though he has graduated from theromantic lead to the patriarchal role and now must share a dressing room with the very green Billy Caulfield, Kinsman's new leading man. Technical difficulties delay the curtain, though, prolonging Billy's nervous agony and bringing hope to Burton that Tovah—his wife and good luck charm—might still arrive on time. When Burton’s estranged son, John, arrives instead, with news that Tovah is leaving the marriage, the earth stands still, then shatters at Burton’s feet. John demands his father, for once, choose people who care for him, over a mistress—the theatre—that has always taken and never given back.  

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What is going on at LAB? We send out a quarterly newsletter that will let you know what is brewing. You will read about season information, classes, industry news, fundraisers, and more.
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