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Point Park's professional theater company announces 2015-16 season

| Monday, June 8, 2015, 2:42 p.m.

The REP, Point Park University's professional theater company, will present three contemporary plays in its 2015-16 season.

The comedy “The Country House” by Donald Margulies opens the season from Sept. 4 to 20. Set in the summer home of a theatrical family, the tells the story of famous and longing-to-be-famous artists tackling former loves, romantic outbursts and familial jealousies.

“Choir Boy,” by MacArthur Genius-award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney, is a coming-of-age drama that deals with race, gender and other issues among members of a prestigious boys prep school's a capella choir. It will be performed Sept. 25 to Oct. 11.

“The Flick,” by Annie Baker, was the 2014 Pulitzer Prize winner for drama. It is about a run-down movie theater's three underpaid employees who tackle their interpersonal battles and deal with love as they mop the floors between screenings.

Season subscriptions are available now for $64 to $72. Single tickets, ranging from $24 to $30, will go on sale at 10 a.m. Aug. 3. T

Details: 412-392-8000 or www.pittsburghplayhouse.com.

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