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Past Seasons


By Peter Quilter

January 14 – February 5, 2017

Directed by ANNE GESLING

In 1940’s New York, the performer who everyone wanted to see was Florence Foster Jenkins, a joyous and enthusiastic soprano whose deplorable lack of pitch and tone left her audiences falling about with laughter. Known as ‘the worst singer in the world’, she warbles and screeches through charity recitals, extravagant balls, bizarre recording sessions, and an ultimate triumph at Carnegie Hall. A hilarious and heart-warming comedy showcased in the 2016 film Florence Foster Jenkins starring Meryl Streep.

Audience Talk-backs will occur directly after performances on Sunday (matinee), January 22nd and Friday, January 27th.
AnnaLisa Erickson            Florence                 
Larry Gesling                    St. Clair                   
Joanna Churgin                   Dorothy                 
Marina Tidwell                Dorothy u/s                
Eric Pierce                    Cosme McMoon           
Ariella Fiore                    Maria                            
Diane Baker                 Mrs. Verrinder-Gedge      


Book by Adapted by George Furth
Music & Lyrics by Stephen Soundheim

March 4 – April 1, 2017

Music Directed by DANIEL KOH
Choreographed by JAMIE PIERCE

On the night of his 35th birthday, confirmed bachelor Robert contemplates his unmarried state. Over the course of a series of dinners, drinks, and even a wedding, his friends explain the pro’s and con’s of taking on a spouse. The habitually single Robert is forced to question his adamant retention of bachelorhood during a hilarious array of interactions. Company is a 1970s musical comedy nominated for a record-setting 14 Tony Awards, winning 6.

 Audience Talk-backs will occur directly after performances on Sunday (matinee), March 5th and Friday, March 10th.


Harold and Maude

By Collins Higgins

April 29 – May 21, 2017


Directed by BRANDON BAER
Choreographed by TBD
Produced by TBD

This is a stage adaptation of the movie about a 19 year-old boy who finally learns how to truly live when he meets that delightfully wacky octogenarian, Maude. Harold is the proverbial poor little rich kid—his alienation has caused him to attempt suicide several times, though these incidents are more cries for attention than actual attempts. His peculiar attachment to Maude, whom he meets at a funeral (a mutual passion) is what saves him and what captivates us. This stage version, a hit in France directed by the internationally renowned Jean Louis Barrault, will certainly delight both aficionados of the film and new comers to the story.


Audience Talk-Backs TBD.



Cinderella Waltz

CW 600 x 600

By Don Nigro

September 26 – October 18, 2015
Directed by William Wilday
Produced by Anya Ivanova

Rosey Snow is trapped in a fairy tale world that is, by turns, funny and a little frightening with her stepsisters Goneril and Regan, her demented stepmother, her lecherous father, a bewildered Prince, a fairy godmother who sings salty old sailor songs, a troll and a possibly homicidal village idiot. The play investigates the archetypal origins of the world’s more popular fairy tale, contrasting the familiar and charming Perrault version with the darker, more ancient and disturbing tale recorded by the brothers Grimm. Grotesque farce and romantic fantasy blend in a fairy tale for adults.


Audience Talk-Backs will follow immediately after performances on Friday, October 2nd and Sunday, October 11th. Michael Heimos will moderate.


Private Eyes

Private Eyes Goldstar Final

By Steven Dietz

January 16 – February 7, 2016
Directed by BRANDON BAER

This is a comedy of suspicion in which nothing is ever quite what it seems. Matthew’s wife, Lisa, is having an affair with Adrian, a British theatre director. Or perhaps the affair is part of the play being rehearsed. Or perhaps Matthew has imagined all of it simply to have something to report to Frank, his therapist. Finally, there is Cory—the mysterious woman who seems to shadow the others—who brings the story to its surprising conclusion. Or does she? The audience itself plays the role of detective in this hilarious “relationship thriller” about love, lust and the power of deception.

The Talkback for this show will take place on Sunday, January 24th, 2016. It will begin immediately after that evening’s performance.


All Shook Up

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By Joe Dipietro

March 5 – April 2, 2016
Directed by NELL TEARE
Musical Direction by ANNE GESLING

It’s 1955, and into a square little town in a square little state rides a guitar-playing roustabout who changes everything and everyone he meets in this hip-swiveling, lip-curling musical fantasy that will have you jumpin’ out of your blue suede shoes with such classics as “Heartbreak Hotel,” “Jailhouse Rock” and “Don’t be Cruel.”

Talk-backs are to take place after the performances on Sunday, March 13th, and Friday, March 18th.