Past Seasons



2008 Season

Written by: Marshall Karp
Directed by: Marcus Muzopappa

This play pits a father-in-law against a mother in a comedic succession of squabbles. They have one hilarious confrontation after another until the heartwarming finale when the oldsters discover that each other is not so bad. Special arrangements with Samuel French, Inc.


The Man of LaMancha
Book by: Dale Wasserman
Music by: Mitch Leigh
Directed by: Eileen Davis

Miguel De Cervantes aging and an utter failure has been thrown into a dungeon in Seville to await a trial by the Inquisition. Hailed before a "Kangaroo" court he proposes a novel defense in the form of entertainment with the prisoners as characters. Many wonderful songs will have you humming for days. The finale is the beautiful "The Impossible Dream". Special arrangements with Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc. (Reservations recommended)


Music by: Flaherty and Ahrens
Book by: Flaherty, Ahrens, and Idle
Directed by: Cindy Berg

"After all those years being stuck on a page, did you ever imagine you'd see me on stage. Now I'm here, there's no telling what may ensue". So says the "Cat in the Hat" at the onset of this fantastical, magical musical extravaganza! Special arrangements Music Theatre International. (Reservations recommended)


My Three Angels
Written by: Sam and Bella Spewack
Directed by: Michelle Leway

The scene is French Guiana, Christmas Day, temperature 104 degrees. Three murderous convicts, employed as roofers, conspire to save a family's business from an evil cousin who has come from France to evict them. All three have warm hearts and are passionate believers in justice. Possessing every criminal art and penal grace, they set matters straight for the family and redeem themselves as real life angels. Special arrangements Dramatists Play Service, Inc.


A Christmas Carol
Music and lyrics by:Menken and Ahrens
Book by: Ockrent and Ahrens
Directed by: TBA

Charles Dickens' classic gets the full Broadway treatment. There are many adaptations of A Christmas Carol, but only one Broadway version. Now this holiday treat can delight you as it has audiences annually in New York City for many years. Special arrangements Music Theatre International.
(Reservations recommended)





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