2015 Season: Content Advisory

“The Last 5 Years”

LANGUAGE: Limited vulgarities (while includes “f**k,” three times) and one euphemism for excrement.
VIOLENCE: None.
SEXUALITY: Single brief scene implying intimacy.
SMOKING AND DRINKING: Character drinks a beer.
FOR WHICH AUDIENCES: This play contains relationship themes. It is appropriate for ages 13 and up.
RATING: The movie adaptation is rated PG-13, with two of three vulgarities from the licensed stage script.

“Rabbit Hole”

LANGUAGE: The script contains profanities including crude language, terms of deity and strong sexual expletives.
VIOLENCE: Characters discuss the death of children.
SEXUAL CONTENT: None.
SMOKING AND DRINKING: Character drinks a beer.
FOR WHICH AUDIENCES: This play contains mature content and language.  It is appropriate for ages 13 and up.
RATING: The 2010 movie adaptation was rated PG-13.

“Ordinary Days” 

LANGUAGE: Few profanities.
VIOLENCE: None.
SEXUAL CONTENT: None.
SMOKING AND DRINKING: None.
FOR WHICH AUDIENCES: This play contains mature content and language.  It is appropriate for ages 13 and up.
RATING: If the stage production were a movie, it would most likely be rated PG-13.

“Amadeus”

LANGUAGE: Contains some strong language, including the repeated use of profanities.
VIOLENCE: Mild to none.
SEXUAL CONTENT: Implied.
SMOKING AND DRINKING: None.
FOR WHICH AUDIENCES: This play contains mature content. It is suitable for adolescents.
RATING: The 1984 movie adaptation was rated PG.

 “Carrie”

LANGUAGE: Contains strong language, including profanities and vulgarities.
VIOLENCE: Some violence, including bullying and onstage deaths.
SEXUALITY: Partial nudity: brief partial view of male buttocks. Some sexual references and implied sexual acts.
SMOKING AND DRINKING: Brief implied usage.
FOR WHICH AUDIENCES: This play contains mature content and language. It is appropriate for ages 17 and up.
RATING: If the stage production were a movie, it would most likely be rated R. (The two movie adaptations, in 1976 and 2013, were rated R.)