Nevada Conservatory Theatre Announces 2017-18 Season

Take Me Out– by Richard Greenberg

Darren Lemming is the star baseball player for the NY Empires who is cherished by fans and teammates alike. When he casually announces he’s gay, he triggers a series of troubled and unexpected occasions that reveal a deeply appealing and thoughtful take a look at America’s obsession with baseball and professional athletes.

Judy Bayley Theatre
Sept. 29– Oct. 8

Great Kids– by Naomi Iizuka

Something happened to Chloe after that celebration last Saturday night. Something she says she cannot keep in mind. Something everyone is discussing. Set at a Midwestern high school, in a world of Facebook and Twitter, mobile phones and YouTube. Whose variation of the story do you think? And what does that state about you?Black Box Theatre Oct. 20– Nov. 5 A Christmas Carol– by Charles Dickens-Adaptation TBA Mean-spirited and greedy, Ebenezer Scrooge is checked out by 4 phantoms that show him what the significance of excellent will, cheer, and joy to all mankind really suggests. This new adaptation will have a look at the varied melting pot that is the multi-cultural world we live in.Judy Bayley Theatre Dec. 1– 17 Fences– by August Wilson Troy Maxson, a previous star of the Negro baseball leagues, now works as a garbage guy in

1957 Pittsburgh. Left out as a black

man from the major leagues during his prime, Troy’s bitterness takes its toll on his relationships with his wife and his kid, who now desires his own opportunity to play ball. Judy Bayley Theatre Feb. 9– 18 Julius Caesar– by William Shakespeare A successful politician and military leader desires total control of Rome. Unfortunately, she is met opposition from all sides. William Shakespeare’s tragedy about power, corruption, and the fluctuate of a leader is explored in this all female production. Black Box Theatre March 9-25 Pippin– by Stephen Schwartz Heir to the Frankish throne, the young prince Pippin is in search of the trick to true joy and satisfaction. He seeks it in the glories of the battleground, the temptations of the flesh

and the intrigues of
political power.

In the end, however, Pippin discovers that happiness lies not in remarkable undertakings, but rather in the un-extraordinary moments that happen every day.Judy Bayley Theatre April 27 -May 6 Tickets can now be purchased on a subscription basis from the PAC box office by phone at 702-895-ARTS(2787). Package office is likewise open one hour prior to and one half-hour past posted curtain time for all ticketed occasions held at the Performing Arts Center.

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