Located at 1609 West Broad St, the Firehouse Theater is one of Richmond's most beloved landmarks. Focused on classic and modern American plays, the theater employs some very talented actors to create magic on stage. The upcoming 2012-13 season will bring four productions starting September 20-October 13, 2012 with A Bright New Boise by Samuel D. Hunter. The story revolves around an exiled evangelical who leaves his congregation and pursues a menial life in the midwest to reconnect with an estranged son. As his new community uncovers his dark past and his son becomes increasingly interested in why he left the church, he must choose between his life with his son or his beliefs that gave his life meaning. Next, Arthur Miller's classic Death of a Salesman will run from November 15 to December 8, 2012. In Death of a Salesman a failed salesman must figure out why he never truly found happiness in his pursuit of the "American Dream." January 31-February 23, 2013 marks the premier of Any Given Monday by Bruce Graham. An entertaining, at times hilarious and intense, and emotional work tells the story of a middle aged public school teacher dealing with the aftermath of his wife leaving him for another man. Finally, March 21-April 13 2013 brings Time Stands Still by Donald Margulies. A tale of a couple trying to find peace and happiness in a world seemingly gone crazy. Though quite used to the chaos of their lives as journalists, they seemed to find sanity in each other, so when their world begins to crumble, they must begin anew on a journey toward inner peace. Next season promises to be another great season of American plays at The Firehouse, which is just a short drive from Maury Place at Monument.