The Studio Theatre™ Tierra Del Sol Season 3
May 1 - July 9 | Subscription renewals will go on sale at 8:30am (renewals not available online)
July 10 - July 24 | New subscriptions on sale | SOLD OUT
August 7 - Individual tickets on sale
Write what you know.
Music and lyrics by Neil Bartram and book by Brian Hill
Thomas, a successful author is tasked to write the eulogy of his lifelong friend Alvin. Delving deep into the recesses of his mind, Thomas finds himself staring at a notebook of empty pages.
Sifting through thousands of memories with his inspiring and eccentric friend, Thomas celebrates a lifetime of love, devotion, and friendship. Guided by Alvin we see their complicated relationship and the influence it had on making Thomas’ dreams a reality.
This intimate two-person musical celebrates the balance necessary for a lasting friendship and the consequences when life gets in the way.
Previews: September 25-27, 2018 | $20
Performances: September 28 - November 4, 2018 | $40
Timing is everything.
Urgency meets perfect timing when Callie and Sara form an unlikely friendship in New York City. Follow them as they discover themselves individually and together in Diana Son’s non-linear story of human relationships, culture, and romance. Stop Kiss asks the question how well do you know yourself, and what challenges will you endure when you open the door to possibility?
Previews: November 27-29, 2018 | $15
Performances: November 30 - December 30, 2018 | $35
What gets altered on the way to the altar.
Music by Barbara Anselmi, book and lyrics by Brian Hargrove
This riotous musical comedy, full of secrets, family drama, plot twists and surprise will make you want to catch the bouquet! Lift the veil and go behind the scenes of a Jewish groom and catholic bride’s wedding day. This wedding comes complete with an intruding ex-boyfriend, a secret pre-nup, a panini press, and drunk Aunt Sheila!- What could go wrong?
Previews: January 15-17, 2019 | $20
Performances: January 18-February 24, 2019 | $40
140 years later and the house still stands.
Henrik Ibsen’s 1879 masterpiece about Nora and Torvald Helmer’s fragile marriage was a watershed moment in both theatre and feminism. As Christmas Eve approaches and purse strings tighten; the Helmer’s discover that the façade of their perfect lives will crumble with the stroke of a pen. Seemingly carefree Nora must face the consequences of her darkest secret and the lies she told to save her husband’s life.
Previews: March 19-21, 2019 | $15
Performances: March 22-April 28, 2019 | $35