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By Alfred Uhry
Directed by Michael Bias

An iconic Pulitzer Prize winning drama in which the friendship between a sharp-edged Jewish widow and her African American driver triumphs over prejudice in a deeply personal and humorous 25 year journey set against the backdrop of the American Civil Rights movement.

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December 3 – 20


By John Alvarez, Michael Carlton, and James FitzGerald
with original music by Will Knapp   

Directed by Michael Bias

The Grinch, Rudolph, Frosty the Snowman, Charlie Brown, and George Bailey—and just about every other holiday character—make an appearance in this hilarious comedy when three actors decide to retell every Christmas story ever told in only 90 minutes rather than perform yet another rendition of A Christmas Carol. This fast-paced and funny romp features holiday traditions from around the world, a sing-along of every carol ever sung, and all your holiday favorites reshaped into something entirely new.

March 10 – March 27
                                                                        DREADED BLISS                                                                       A World Premiere Written and Directed by Michael Bias
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A play about two couples. One night. And an event that changes them forever. What happens when The American Dream becomes The American Nightmare. Two couples on the verge of retirement deal with “what comes next?” One couple embraces the idea of not working, but one couple deals with the feelings of ” nothing to look forward to”. An exploration of the depression that can set in when one feels useless. A world premiere play by Garage Theatre Group Artistic/Producing Director Michael Bias

May 5 – May 29
By Deborah Zoe Laufer
Directed by Michael Bias


Dotty’s life in Sterno with her husband Hamel is absolutely perfect! It’s a fairy tale, it really is. True, in their seven years of marriage Hamel has forbidden her to leave their tiny apartment or speak to anyone, but Dotty is so very happy to spend her days in the same dizzy cycle of watching video re-enactments of the day they first met, doing Hamel’s laundry, and making him his special happy-face hamburger. When a phone call from a mysterious woman threatens to tear her marriage apart, Dotty must venture out into the vast city of Sterno and try to discover what it is to be a “real” woman. Wickedly funny, Out of Sterno explores the triumph and heartbreak of growing up and the contradictory societal pressures women face just trying to make it across town. Some strong language. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.




Professional and Youth Theater in northern New Jersey