Join Us in Celebrating our 20th Season!

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— Christopher Haines
iTC Artistic Director

Here's a landmark: we are about to start our 20th Season. Where has the time gone? It's staggering to think I was 33 years old when Rosie and I started this little company writing our aspirations for it on cocktail napkins. 74 different shows later we embark on Season 20.

First up, Sept. 9-24, is Ideation, a comedic thriller written in 2013 that is strangely prescient by Aaron Loeb. A group of ideating corporate consultants is tasked with how to mitigate a deadly virus that will kill up to a million people. What to do with all those bodies and not cause mass panic?

Next, Jan. 25-Feb. 4, is Cordelia Lynn's Lela and Co.. Essentially, this is a one-woman play, as Lela recounts her harrowing journey of being a child bride, sex trafficked in a foreign country, her escape, and return to her homeland. One other actor portrays all the men in her life that caused her misery. It's a gut-wrenching tour de force.

Finally, March 24-April 8, David Ives' Venus in Fur is hilarious romp through the S&M world. A playwright is holding auditions for his new play, based on the book, when in walks Vanda who takes over the audition and the playwright.

That's the season. I hope you’ll come see. Tickets are on sale now. Watch this space!

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