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For our 9th Season we bring you seven stories that have their characters pushed to the edge - what happens when your life goes to extremes? What do we do in that critical moment of desperation? Through seminal works by Nobel Laureates, Pulitzer Prize nominees, Tony winners, and masters of the theatrical canon, we are initiating a deep conversation about what it means to be human, and how these works reflect the trials and tribulations we experience in today's society. 

We open our season with a new adaptation of the enduring fable immortalized by Marlowe and Goethe: THE HYSTERIA OF DR FAUSTUS, adapted by Brandon Walker. We follow that with a special two play event - Caryl Churchill's A NUMBER playing with Marsha Nroman's Pulitzer Prize winning, 'NIGHT, MOTHER. We finish the season with Shakespeare's classic, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, playing in rotating repertory with THE MAIDS by Jean Genet.

In our TSP Unplugged Reading Series we welcome writer/performer Candice Oden to perform her one-woman show, B*TCH IS CRAZY, as well as the world premiere of SPIN CYCLE, by Cornelia Ravenal.

We sure hope you'll join us for our landmark 9th Season and help us create a new conversation to connect with your fellow man. Perhaps, as Gandhi said, we together can be the change we wish to see in the world.


- Erin Cronican & Brandon Walker
Co-Artistic Directors, The Seeing Place


For our 9th Season we explore the theme:

Seven stories that have their characters pushed to the edge.

What happens when your life goes to extremes?



By William Shakespeare

TSP Mainstage

March 28-April 14, 2019

Directed by Brandon Walker. Co-Direction by Erin Cronican.

The Duke of Vienna sets off on a diplomatic mission abroad and hands over power to the austere Lord Angelo, who enforces the city’s long-dormant moral code with draconian zeal. But when a pious young nun comes to Angelo to plead for the life of her doomed brother, she sets in motion a series of events that test the limits of human will, and reveal a tangled web of desire and deception.

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By Jean Genet

TSP Mainstage

March 29-April 14, 2019

Directed by Erin Cronican. Co-Direction by Brandon Walker.

Two sisters, maids to a wealthy society woman, act out fantasies of class, love and revenge while the lady of the house is out on a romantic rendevous. As their games intensify, the incipient violence escalates as they await Madame's return.

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by Cornelia Ravenal

TSP Unplugged Series- Spring 2019

A brand new play by local playwright and lyricist Cornelia Ravenal set on a hot summer night in New York City. Jane, hopped up on caffeine and little sleep, bursts into a laundromat determined to wash a change of clothes and leave the city forever. But a charming stranger forces her to confront her fears in a way that neither of them had ever imagined.

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by Caryl Churchill

playing with

by Marsha Norman

TSP Mainstage

January 5-20, 2019

Two plays about family-
one unforgettable event.


A NUMBER is a beguiling hour-long psychological thriller that blends the controversial topic of cloning with a stunning portrait of the relationship between fathers and their sons. 'NIGHT, MOTHER is an eloquent, enthralling and ultimately shattering short play explores the final hour in the life of a young woman who has decided that life is no longer worth living.

Your ticket price includes admission to both plays.

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by Candice Oden

TSP Unplugged Series

January 16 & 19, 2019

It's 2018, and the world at large still doesn't understand mental illness -- bipolar disorder to be exact. Take a journey for one evening with a girl who deals with it every day. Laugh, cry, and even learn a little.

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adapted by Brandon Walker

Directed by Erin Cronican

TSP Mainstage

October 7-21, 2018

They say the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. In what is probably the most enduring fable ever written, an old man gives his soul the devil in exchange for more time, for power, and happiness. Now, he can get whatever he wants - except fulfillment. Is it too late to change his mind? 

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