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  • Outside Mullingar 
  • By John Patrick Shanley
  • Directed by Jacqueline Reid

  • September 11-27, 2014

  • Outside Mullingar  is a romantic comedy featuring two eccentric souls, Rosemary and Anthony. They stumble and bumble toward love and passion while in the froth of a neighborly feud over a piece of land the size of a postage stamp. Set in contemporary Ireland, Shanley plays with the heartache and hilarity that only families can conjure up as they vie for love and respect.  Nominated for a 2014 Tony Award for Best Play.  National regional premiere production.  

  • Year of the Rooster
  • By Eric Dufault
  • Directed by Aaron Worley

  • November 6-23, 2014

  • Year of the Rooster Meet Odysseus Rex. Not the man, but the bird!! He is a rooster of super-human strength who gladly enters the ring of life taking on all the world can sling at him. Fighting has been bred into his nature, but loving comes to him as an intoxicating surprise. Twenty-something Dufault has realized an extraordinary literary achievement in a piece that contains mature, funny, and potent commentary on contemporary society.  

  • Annapurna
  • By Sharr White
  • Directed by Laurie Thomas

  • February 5-21, 2015

  • Author of last season’s The Other Place, Sharr White hits it out of the park again with his beautifully crafted play, Annapurna.  After twenty years apart, Emma tracks Ulysses to a trailer park in the middle of nowhere for a final reckoning. The mystery of an eventful night hangs between the couple as they move to and fro. What unfolds is a visceral and profound meditation on love and loss. 

  • The New Electric Ballroom
  • By Enda Walsh
  • Directed by Gil Lazier

  • April 16 - May 3, 2015

  • The New Electric Ballroom . Playwright Enda Walsh, author of the Tony-Award winning musical Once, brings three sisters and a fishmonger into a stunning play on memory. “The New Electric spread out ahead like a yellow brick road,” exclaims the eldest sister Breda. All that is youth, hope, and yearning comes to life in a small Irish village evoked through the beauty of Walsh’s writing. The play was the recipient of both the Obie Award and the Irish Times Award for “Best Play”.  

  • The Seven

  • June 4-14, 2015

  • FUSION’s season culminates in June with the tenth anniversary of THE SEVENThe short play festival theme will be nominated and selected by audience patrons this fall and will once again inspire the creativity and writing chops of playwrights both nationally and internationally.   
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