Friday-Saturday: 7:30 p.m.
Sunday: 3 p.m.
Tickets: $15 General Public/$12 Seniors, MVCC Staff/$10 Children and Students (with ID)


This is a contemporary dramatic comedy set against a backdrop of the rock music scene. In a world ruled by love, lust and lying, a spiral unwinds. Cody is a rising star musician. Becca is his fiancèe. Gretchen is a dressmaker, fitting Becca for her wedding dress. Leah is a rock star past her prime who Cody meets while on the road. Roy is a public radio announcer smitten with the young bohemian, Holly. As the lives and loves of these people continue to intersect, attraction gives way to seduction, and secrecy holds sway over truth as they all search for that elusive thing: trust.

TRUST is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. – New York

TRUST was originally produced by A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle.

TRUST was originally produced in New York City by the Barrow Group (Seth Barrish and Lee Brock, Artistic Directors), in March 1995.

This performance includes strong language and intense adult themes, and is not appropriate for children.

“Steven Dietz has got it right—and made it fresh. A rock ‘n’ roll La Ronde,TRUST sketches out the bumps and grinds of coupling and uncoupling in the ’90s. Braced with smart, quick dialogue, it is informed by sharp knowingness and an appreciation that, hey, there have been those hot moments…Dietz has a literary leaning, which results in some delightful flights of language…Though the play’s supposed theme is “trust,” it’s really about the fleetingness of passion. And the way it circles back on itself etches in its meaning for a sharper pang.”
Village Voice