written by Thornton Wilder
directed by Jenny Sullivan
scenic design by Thomas S. Giamario
sound design by Jonathan Burke

March 6~31, 2013

Set in Grover’s Corners, a quintessentially American town at the turn-of-the-last-century, Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play is a powerful and poetic reminder of the precious nature of everyday existence. As the Stage Manager in Rubicon’s production, Artistic Director James O’Neil narrates Wilder’s immortal tale of birth, love, marriage, death and daily life. “Oh, earth, you’re too wonderful for anyone to realize you,” says Emily, played in our production by Lauren Patten (Rubicon’s Anne Frank). Local actors Dillon Francis and Joseph Fuqua also play pivotal roles in this Great American classic.



Opening Night Gala hosted by
Ruth Siegfried
Rubicon is partnering with
Project Understanding
as part of the 
Our Town/
Your Theatre
season initiative, to highlight their work and lend
our support.