Ensemble Theatre Company has announced its summer stage series will feature Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men, Ian Rankin and Mark Thomson's Dark Road, and Martin McDonagh's The Beauty Queen of Leenane.
The mini fest, based out of the Jericho Arts Centre, opens July 12 with Dark Road, a cop drama-whondunit cowritten by the famed crimed novelist Rankin. It features a female protagonist, Isobel McArthur, a retirement-ready Scottish chief constable who starts questioning a disturbing past murder conviction.
The next night, ETC opens A Few Good Men, the hit 1989 Broadway show about two U.S. marines facing murder charges. It spawned the film of the same name.
And The Beauty Queen of Leenane opens July 14. It's by the much-praised Irish writer of the current Academy Award-nominated film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri. Set in Connemara, it centres on the lonely, middle-aged Maureen and her manipulative old mother.
Individual tickets go on sale May 1—but you can buy our 2018 Festival Pass as of now (at $80 for all three productions).