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Tiny Beautiful Things

by Nia Vardalos

Directed by Katie Swimm (The Bridges of Madison County, Cinderella, Peter and the Starcatcher)

Friday Feb. 23 - 8pm
Saturday Feb. 24 - 2pm & 8pm
Thursday Feb. 29 & Friday, March 1 - 8pm
Saturday March 2 - 2pm & 8pm
Thursday March 7 & Friday, March 8 - 8pm
Saturday March 9 - 2pm & 8pm


Letter Writer #1
Letter Writer #2
Letter Writer #3

Shawna Ciampa
Craig Ciampa
Jennifer McCartney
Molly Doris-Pierce

Yes, I can see your point, it IS tough to believe. Really! This is a play about an advice column. “Where is the dramatic tension in that?”, I hear you ask. “Where’s the love story? Where’s the story at all?” Believe it or not, though, it’s this simplicity that gives this play its dramatic power. Tiny Beautiful Things weaves a unique spell that sneaks up on us. Fundamentally, this is about people who are reaching out for help through a medium that nobody really gives a second thought to these days. Yet, the sharing and growing is also done by the advice columnist herself, known to her public only by her nom de plume, Sugar. This advice column isn’t written by a hack or a team of irony-fueled hipsters, but by a powerful, engaged, wise, and sympathetic writer, one who reaches out to these hurting people by honestly exposing her past, her wounds and her insights. These shared stories transcend the words on a page, to paint a rich impression of a life painfully yet fully lived. Not a bad feat for a small gem of a show.

Content Warning: Tiny Beautiful Things contains strong language and discusses depression, thoughts of suicide, drug abuse, sexual assault, physical abuse, and other mature topics. This production is recommended for adult audiences.

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by Nia Vardalos

Directed by Katie Swimm

Book by Joe Masteroff 
Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb

Directed by Brian Kelly

by Paul Slade Smith

Directed by Doug Sanders

Our Productions: 2015-2023

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