Season Calendar

The 2013-2014 Season!

Twelve Angry Jurors

by Reginald Rose
August 9-25, 2013
Directed by Tyler Leeps

A nineteen-year old man is on trial for the murder of his father. With a criminal record, circumstantial evidence and public perception against him, he faces the electric chair. His very fate rests upon a jury of his peers, who have been sent to a hot, crowded room to deliberate. Tempers flare and arguments become heated– will racism, bigotry or selfishness derail the process of justice or will cooler heads prevail?

Fright Night

October 11-27, 2013
Directed by Jerry Rose

Join us for this exploration of the eerie, the dark and the downright the frightening, as we present three of Edgar Allen Poe’s most chilling pieces: Masque of the Red Death, The Monkey’s Paw and The Tell Tale Heart.

Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol

by Tim Mula
November 29-December 22, 2013
Directed by Carolyne Salt

Welcome to the real story behind Dickens’ A Christmas Carol– Marley’s heroic behind-the-scenes efforts to save old Scrooge’s soul, while in the process, saving his own. Marley is not alone, however; he is aided by the Bogle, an irreverent little sprite with an agenda all his own. In this fast-paced, hilarious and deeply-moving soon-to-be Christmas classic, five actors bring dozens of Dickens’s characters to life and take you on a fantastic journey sure to put you in the Christmas spirit.

The Peppermint King

January 24-February 9, 2014
Written & Directed by Darren Willis

Join us in the world premier of this delightful Voyage and Return story. It begins in the Ukraine in the 1920s, but soon whisks us away to a magical land where everything is red-and-white. As with ”Alice in Wonderland” and ”The Wizard of Oz” before it, you’ll discover themes of family, war, peace, history, power and the supernatural as our reluctant heroine discovers a surprising secret about herself.

Corpus Christi

by Terrence McNally
March 14-30, 2014
Auditions January 5 & 6
Directed by Steve Bates
Tickets available soon!
Corpus Christi presents the story of Joshua, a young gay man from Corpus Christi, Texas, who grows up, falls in love, gains 12 followers, and is ultimately persecuted for his radical message of love, inclusion and self-divinity. A modern take on the Passion Play, it is moving, challenging and highly controversial in its depiction of Christ and the Apostles as gay men living in modern day Texas. This is a rare theatrical experience that is not to be missed.

The Gin Game

by D.L. Coburn
May 9-25, 2014
Auditions February 24 & 25
Directed by Terry Beauchamp

In this, Donald L. Coburn’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, we meet Fonsia Dorsey, a newcomer to a “home for the aged” who is, for a while, saved from melancholy by the crusty charm of Weller Martin. The elderly pair play repeated games of gin, coming to grips with what is left of their lives in their old age, until Weller’s pent-up rage and Fonsia’s subtle needling build to a terrible confrontation.

The Foreigner

by Larry Shue
June 20-July 6, 2014
Auditions April 6 & 7
Directed by Sam Richardson

On a stormy spring night, two Englishmen arrive at a rural fishing lodge in Georgia: Froggy LeSueur, a British demolitions expert who sometimes runs training sessions at a nearby military installation, and Charlie Baker, who is inconsolable and almost pathologically shy. When Froggy informs the lodge owner that Charlie is from an exotic foreign country and neither speaks nor understands English mayhem ensues as the guests speak a bit too freely and Charlie struggles to keep up the facade in this laugh-out loud farce.

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