February 17 - March 11
US Premiere

Osama the Hero

by Dennis Kelly

How does the fear of terrorism impact our everyday lives? In this urgent, visceral exploration, teenage Gary unintentionally provokes those around him by asking the “wrong” questions amid a climate of suspicion and fear.  When a series of bombings unsettles his neighbors, all eyes turn to him.

Directed by Scott Barber



This production opens on Friday, February 17th and runs thru March 11th for 12 performances!

Fridays, Saturdays @ 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 19, 26 and March 5 @ 2:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 9 @ 8:00 p.m.

Join us on February 17th for our Opening Night Celebration, including Champagne and Hors d’oevres. Sponsored by Bistro 400
Tickets are only $20.

Brenda Kenworthy as Louise, Ryan Harris as Francis - "This is what we have, here, each other. This is our life. This is what we know. Is there a point in trying to change that?"
Alex Walters as Gary - "People laugh a lot nowadays, I think that's fear."
with Brenda Kenworthy and Ryan Harris
Jennifer Cadena as Mandy, Rick Kopps as Mark - "I'm a fifty year-old man and look what you're doing to me. I'm groveling, you've got me groveling."
Louise (Kenworthy) confronts Gary (Walters) - "Are you a terrorist, Gary?" "No, I am not a terrorist, Louise." "Don't use my name, why've you been saying these things?" "Dunno, they're just things."
Francis (Harris) interrogating Gary (Walters) - "I know who you are, a piece of shit like you, I know all about you and your little presentation, yes, that's right, we know all about that."
Mark (Kopps), Louise (Kenworthy) and Mandy (Cadena) hover over the defenseless Gary (Walters) - "DON'T SAY YOU DIDN'T DO IT!"
Louise (Kenworthy) - "I feel I'm very close to understanding something..."
Mandy (Cadena) - "And I'm sitting there with the sun rising, pouring my love into the city."
Mark (Kopps) - "I'm not going to pretend what has happened, hasn't happened..."
Francis (Harris) - "So, I'm standing at this bus-stop and my feet are in concrete, they're made of lead, ice..."