21 – November 6, 2011
by Beth Henley
* Warm-hearted * Zany * Brilliantly Imaginative
| Winner of the 1981 Pulitzer Prize and the New
York Drama Critics’ Circle Award.
This drama of a very troubled family, examines
the plight of 3 young Mississippi sisters betrayed
by their passions.
“From time to time a
play comes along that restores one’s faith in theatre” …..
It would certainly be a crime for anyone interested
in the theatre not to see this play.”” ….
2 – December 18, 2011
Songs by Hugh Martin & Ralph Blane; Book by
Based on “The Kensington Stories” by
and the MGM motion picture
|The stage version of the memorable
movie is a rare treasure in musical theatre.
Join the Smith family as they anticipate the
wonders of the 1904 Worlds Fair. The play includes
7 of the best-loved songs from the film (including “The
Boy Next Door”, “The Trolley Song” and “Have
Yourself A Merry Little Christmas”) plus
10 others written especially for the stage.
17 – March 4, 2012
Written by Marc Camoletti – adapted by Robin
|This breathtaking farce is
a near faultless piece of theatrical invention.
It was a smash hit in both London and Paris. Bernard plans a weekend with his mistress, sends
his wife to her mother, hires a cook to prepare
gourmet delights, and uses his best friend to
provide his alibi. What ensues is an evening
of hilarious confusion!
4 – May
Created by Rick Lewis
|It’s 1964, and wedding
bells are ringing for our favorite singing sisters,
The Taffetas, and the swingin’,singin’ guys
from Alpha Mu Phi Pi, The Cardigans. You’re
invited as they swoon and sway to favorite ‘50s
and ‘60’s pop tunes. It’s a
nostalgically fun musical about gals and the
guys they love!
13 – July
Book by Douglas Carter Beane; Music & lyrics
by Jeff Lynne
|Based on the Universal Pictures
cult classic movie starring Olivia Newton John
and Gene Kelly, this hilarious roller skating
musical adventure is about following your dreams
despite the limitations others set for you.
A moving electrifying tale of endless fun with
legendary chart-topping tunes that lift you out
of your seat.
You’ll want to keep the music in your head
and Xanadu in your heart forever!
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