The Acting Ensemble Stage Company  P. O. Box 756, South Bend, IN 46624-0756 
Studio 217, 217 S. Michigan Street 
  574-807-0108 |
Northern Indiana's Repertory Theatre
Bringing New and Innovative Theatre to Michiana
StageWorks and PlayMaking Fesitval made possible, in part, with support from the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County's ArtsEverywhere initiative
The Best of Everything

Freud's Last Session

Cricket on the Hearth

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NEW IN 2014:
StageWorks are performed on Every Second Monday
& The Sunday Before!
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Evening Performances
MARCH 28 & 29 | APRIL 3, 4, & 5
at 7:30 pm

Sunday Matinees
at 2:00 pm

Tickets $15 | Seniors & Students $12
Seating is limited!
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DEAR LIAR by Jerome Kilty

SUNDAY,  APR 13 at 2:00pm   &   MONDAY,  APR 14 at 7:30pm
Tickets  $5 - available at the door

A true life story of the often contentious but fiercely devoted platonic love affair between George Bernard Shaw, intellectual giant and playwright, and Mrs. Patrick Campbell, a talented and beautiful actress.  The story of their stormy relationship is played out throughforty years of letters between the two.
Written by Jerome Kilty and produced through special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Set against a backdrop of
historical fiction, author Joel Gross
puts a refreshingly human face on history, using both truths and rumors surrounding the life and times of France’s most famous Queen to create a fictionalized love triangle between
Queen Marie Antoinette, her real life portraitist, Elisabeth Louise Vigee-Le Brun and Count Alexis de Ligne, an aristocrat and political radical.