September 20–October 11
The Seven Year Itch
George Axelrod

January 9–31
Crime and Punishment in America
Cops by Terry Curtis Fox and
Hello Out There by William Saroyan

March 19-22
American Century's
Broadway Hit Parade

compiled by Jack Marshall,
Tom Fuller, and Jacqueline Manger

July 17–August 8
Twelve Angry Men
Reginald Rose


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20th century performing arts


REVIEWS

Crime and Punishment

Thought-provoking theater … a stage where actors lead with conviction and audiences leave with perspective.

Two very different plays, smartly juxtaposed, that have potential to create fascinating conversation
- Broadway World

American Century Theater’s doubleheader…pushes our buttons, makes us sweat and gives us the goose, just like good theater should.

Superb performances

There are only a few actors who can make you sweat with fear; Bruce Alan Rauscher is in that class.

Recommended
- D.C. Theatre Scene

the crew pulls off an incredible set shift. The realistic, charming diner becomes a prison cell… haunting…with a sense of gorgeous gloom.

Fascinating: two one-act plays that explore extreme cynicism about the justice system and those who uphold it.
- Washington City Paper

… great drama, cynical and propulsive. (Cops)

Hello Out There … a gentle yearning romance
- Talkin Broadway

These two one-acts combine into a single compelling theater package with a surprising contemporary appeal and relevance.

Three-and-one-half-stars
- Communities Digital News

This pair of thought-provoking one-acts is a must-see, but even more than that, it is a must-feel.

Humanity is facing some seriously deep issues and theater as presented by TACT is a good prism to help us to understand what is going on.

5 stars
- D.C. Metro Theater Arts


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