Stage II is the smaller stage being used while the main theater undergoes some promising renovations. The location of this place will surpirse first time visitors - it is in a truck terminal with active restaurant food supply and other businesses. You are ready for a fish wrangler to step out onto the platform in a rubberfized apron wielding a small machete, but the material that gets staged here is often beyond excellent, occasionally spiraling upward to Broadway. You'll get to see productions in a fully dressed form and in an intimate setting - any closer you would be part of the play. Even the revivals staged here are generally excellent. Bonus: sometimes there is a discussion after the performance. Love this place and hope it continues its long run.
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