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The Reynolds Foundation could provide SST with a $500,000 matching grant, a $1 million windfall that would go toward repairing facilities.

Super Summer Theatre ups the ante

July 9th, 2014

The Reynolds Foundation could provide SST with a $500,000 matching grant, a $1 million windfall that would go toward repairing facilities.

  • Here's hoping we get more comics like this visiting in the future.

  • The summer installment features The Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night and more.

  • SST kicks off this season's series with the musical "lovingly ripped off" from the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

  • The hit musical rolled into the Smith Center with as many awards as profanities—and delivers even more laughter.

  • The production demolishes one myth more than any other: Science isn't fun.

  • 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche is just one highlight at the yearly theater fest.

  • What a great—and supremely silly—way to kick off the season.

  • The Rossini work is a perfect choice for audiences new to opera.

  • The Tony-winning musical begins a four-week run at the Smith Center June 10.

  • The Tony-winning musical begins a four-week run at the Downtown performing arts center June 10.

  • The songs tap into a place of agonized love—in the best way possible.

  • The production at Art Square revolves around a family gathering at a relative's bedside to pay their last respects.

  • Even if you've seen the movie, you'll want to go.

  • The company mixes together two fairly modern operas revolving around the telephone: The Human Voice and The Telephone.

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