Thought-provoking with a lot of romance, music, and comedy. That is what to expect from Pandora Productions's 2013-14 season.
During the 2013-14 season, Pandora Productions will present six shows: Boy Meets Boy (Sept.), Standing on Ceremony (Nov.), This is My Heart for You (Jan. 2014), The Breakup Notebook (March 2014), Devil Boys From Beyond (May 2014), and Marry Me a Little (June 2014). All performances are to happen at the Henry Clay Theatre, located at 604 S Third St. in downtown Louisville.
Season subscriptions are available for $80 per person. All subscriptions may be purchased online at the Pandora Productions website or by calling Pandora at 502-216-5502.
Pandora's 2013 part of the season will include a wide variety of shows including Boy Meets Boy, featuring a love triangle in the middle of this ode to 1930s screwball comedies.
Standing On Ceremony follows, focusing on the celebration of recent events and advances in rights for gay and lesbian couples.
This Is My Heart for You, meanwhile, focuses on the complexities of traditional values and modern life in the Appalachia region.
The Breakup Notebook moves Pandora into the spring, featuring a recently-dumped girl who, with the help of her friends, finds her feet and goes back into the dating world.
After that, Devil Boys From Beyond will open, featuring two rival reporters trying to find out why ugly men were suddenly replaced by muscle boys. The elderly ladies, meanwhile, have all become pregnant.
Finally, Pandora Productions caps the season with Stephen Sondheim's Marry Me a Little, which features four single people acting out fantasies and longing for love.
More information on the shows can be found at the Pandora Productions website.
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