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2016 Season

The Charitable Sisterhood of the Second Trinity Victory Church
AREA PREMIER!
By: Bo Wilson Publisher: Dramatics Play Service
David Grande
February 26-28, March 4-6
 

The roads are flooded, the bridges are washed out, and less generous souls are staying safely indoors, but it takes more than a little rain to keep the ladies of the Charitable Sisterhood from fulfilling their sworn mission. Bea Littleton is the pastor's wife; Lorraine Jensen is the tireless mother of nine; Tina Yates is the transplanted Yankee; and Janet Murchison is the newest arrival. When these ladies meet to organize a relief effort for homeless Guatamalans, they are greeted with a small mountain of community donations—but one woman's junk is another woman's treasure, and that pile of stuff in this little church basement is hiding a thing or two. Come sit in on this month's meeting in the basement of Second Trinity Victory Church; our five angels of mercy will leave you breathless with laughter as they do their best to help the victims of global disaster, spiritual deprivation and, most of all, one another. A hilarious and heartwarming play!


Children of Eden
Book by: John Caird
Music & Lyrics by: Stephen Schwartz, based on a concent by Charles Lisanby
Publisher: MTI Publishing
Directed by: TBD
May 13-15, 15-17
 

A joyous and inspirational musical about parents, children and faith. Adam, Eve, Noah and the "Father" who created them deal with the headstrong, cataclysmic actions of their respective children. The show ultimately delivers a bittersweet but inspiring message: that "the hardest part of love... is letting go."


Footloose
Publisher: Rodgers & Hammerstein Publishing
Music by: Tom Snow
Lyrics by: Dean Pitchford
Adapted by: Dean Pitchford & Walter Bobbie
Directed by: Cynthia Berg
July 15-17, 22-24
 

The story of Ren McCormack, a teenage boy from Chicago, as he and his mother move to the small town of Bomont after his father abandons them. Upon arriving, Ren finds himself at odds with most of the town, including the Reverend Moore. The Reverend has convinced the town to outlaw dancing, which Ren finds unbelievable. With the help of the Ariel (the Reverend’s daughter) and Willard (a country hick who becomes his best friend), Ren convinces the Reverend to let the teenagers dance, and in the process helps the town to heal from a tragedy that affected them all.


The Pink Panther Strikes Again
By: William Gleason, based on the films by Blake Edwards and Frank Waldman
Publisher: Dramatic Publishing
Directed by: Marcus Muzopappa October 14-15, 21-23
 

The world's most unusual criminologist, Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau fights for his life and for the future of all mankind in the most bizarre and dangerous caper of his brilliantly successful and utterly clumsy career.


A Gift to Remember
AREA PREMIER
Adapted by: Joseph Robinette from the book “A Gift to Last” by Debbie Macomber Publisher: Dramatic Publishing.
Director: TBD
December 2-3, 9-11
 

A woman car-wrecked in downtown Dover finds herself stuck for the holidays. Through a series of events she finds herself staying with a warm family that helps her as she deals with a memory of Dover that leaves her ready to run away. In the process of overcoming her past she receives the greatest gift she could ever receive.


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