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The McCadden Place Theatre began January of 1980 as a dream in the minds of two New York actors, but was fulfilled in the hearts of two unique individuals. Jay Donohue and Joy Rinaldi had both been performers on the “other side of the Mississippi”, and both curious to explore other possibilities in an ever expanding creative world. After some tireless times on film and television sets, both longed to be back on the live stage. READ MORE


NOW PLAYING: The Language Archive.

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This beautiful piece, directed by award-winning director, actor, and playwright Ann Noble and written by Julia Cho, will run 
Saturdays & Mondays at 8pm and Sundays at 4pmAugust 20 through September 19

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