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Pegasus Theatre Project

The Resident Theatre Company of West Windsor Arts Council

Spring 2017


Art by Yasmina Reza

March 31-April 9, 2017

One friendship. One painting. One of them has to go.
This play explores the question of what is art as three friends find their relationship challenged and ultimately strengthened as a result of their differing opinions. Artwork created by members of WWAC will be on display during the production run of Art.

* Winner of the 1998 Tony Award for Best Play *
* Winner of the 1996 Olivier Award for Best Comedy *

This exciting collaboration will provide a vibrant, unique and accessible venue for the community to experience live theater at the West Windsor Arts Center.

Pegasus Theatre Project is an independent, professional theater company co-founded by three local theater veterans: Peter Bisgaier, Jennifer Nasta Zefutie and Judi Parrish. Together, they have over 85 years of experience in all aspects of theater production and will serve as co-producing artistic directors. Born of the desire to produce intimate productions that are interesting and challenging, Pegasus offers engaging entertainment that is both compelling and fun.

Highlighting the unique nature of their collaboration, Pegasus strongly considers Arts Council programming and the artwork on display in the Arts Center Performance Gallery when selecting its season.

To kick off its inaugural season, Pegasus is offering a special on season subscriptions through June 15: purchase a season subscription to see both Proof and Art for just $30, a 25% savings over purchasing individual tickets. WWAC members will also enjoy discounts on individual tickets as a benefit of their support.

For additional information about Pegasus Theatre Project, its season, performance dates and tickets, please visit or call 609-759-0045.

Previous events

Proof by David Auburn
September 9-18, 2016
This play concerns Catherine, the daughter of Robert, a recently deceased mathematical genius in his fifties and professor at the University of Chicago, and her struggle with mathematical genius and mental illness. The selection of this play correlates with the STEAM Series: Art & Science exhibit scheduled in the WWAC gallery at the same time.