The Hampton Theatre Company, located in Quogue, has released its 29th season schedule, which runs through June 2013.
This season, the company says it has a line up of "four wonderful plays chosen for the excellence of their writing, their thrilling theatricality, and their ability to entertain, engage and resonate with our audiences.
So get out your calendar and mark the following:
• Other Desert Cities
Other Desert Cities was written by Jon Robin Baitz’ and is about the imminent publishing of a family memoir that threatens to tear the family apart. The show will open the season on Oct. 24 and run through Nov. 17.
Heroes, written by Tom Stoppard is translation of Gérald Sibleyras’s comedy, which tells the funny and poignant story of three WWI veterans reminiscing about their past and fantasizing about their ultimate escape from a veterans home. The show will run Jan. 9 to Jan. 26.
The Foreigner, written by Larry Shue, tells a story of a shy and awkward visitor from a foreign land, who is brought by a friend to the wilds of rural Georgia with hilarious consequences. The show runs March 13 to March 30.
God of Carnage
The season will conclude with Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage, a volatile comedy that reveals how quickly and disastrously the thin veneer of civility can be stripped away when two sets of parents attempt to discuss a confrontation between their sons. The show runs May 22 to June 8.
Season subscriptions, as well as individual tickets to each production, are now on sale at the website, or by calling OvationTix at 1-866-811-4111.