2024 Season


by David Auburn
March 8 - 17

Catherine has inherited her late father’s mathematical brilliance, but she is haunted by the fear that she might also share his debilitating mental illness. Caught between a new-found connection with Hal, one of her father’s former students, and the reappearance of her sister, Claire, Catherine finds both her world and her mind growing increasingly unstable. What Hal discovers in an old speckle-bound notebook brings to light a buried family secret.

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, David Auburn’s Proof is a passionate, intelligent story about fathers and daughters, the nature of genius, and the power of love.

Directed by Stephanie Natale Frus.


Festival of One Acts

April 19 - 28

You asked for it, you got it! We're pleased to announce that we're presenting another Festival of One Acts this year.  The first weekend's performances will be Cabaret-style seating with wine, cheese, soft drinks, and more.  The following weekend will be presented with normal theater seating.

TRIASSIC PARK, directed by Tucker Atwood

A bad marriage counselor, a fighting couple, and a drunk sister are stuck in the destroyed visitor’s lobby of “Triassic Park,” a knock-off dinosaur amusement park. As they fend off the carnivores and hope to be rescued, they discover that love and failed vacations have some unexpected similarities.

Written by Tucker Atwood.


WRITER'S BLOCK, directed by Cassidy Small

A comedic play in one act that explores how funny a few typos can really be.

Written by Cassidy Small.


AT HOME, directed by Zafra Whitcomb

Marriage, neighbors, Pink Squirrels, psychotherapy, and a hamster.

Written by Richard Dresser.


IN THE TANK, directed by Gwen Sauvage

This award-winning one-act focuses on two lobsters: a clever lobster in the tank of a seafood restaurant who is pretending to be dead to avoid becoming someone's dinner entree, and a new arrival in the tank who takes a more philosophical approach to their dilemma.  The two move from confrontation to understanding as they  share observations about life, death, and the humans who wield dominion over all.

Written by Rosemary Frisino Toohey.


Bat Boy
The Musical

by Laurence O'Keefe, Keith Farley, and Brian Flemming
July 11 - 21

Based on “a true story” in The Weekly World News, this ridiculous, heartfelt musical comedy/horror show is about a half boy/half bat found in a cave in the hills of West Virginia. Even though Bat Boy is taught to act like a “normal” boy, will his happiness be shattered when the town discovers the shocking secret of his unholy origin?

Stage Direction: Erik Perkins. Music Direction: Dominic Williams.

Playboy of the Western World

by John M. Synge
August 23 - September 1

A three-act play set in Michael James Flaherty's public house in County Mayo (on the west coast of Ireland) during the early 1900s. It tells the story of Christy Mahon, a young man running away from his farm, claiming he killed his father. The locals are more interested in vicariously enjoying his story than in condemning the immorality of his murderous deed. He captures the romantic attention of the bar-maid Pegeen Mike, the daughter of Flaherty.

Directed by Michael Toner.

Months on End

by Craig Pospisil
October 11 - 20

How much can your life change in just twelve months? In a series of comic scenes, Months on End examines just that, tackling the sometimes-difficult subjects of life, love, and even death with a tender and darkly funny voice.   Months on End explores the pain and joy of adult life through the lens of ten people and their interactions with one another.

Directed by Greg Marsanskis.


by Jim Dale and Frank Dunlop
December 6 - 15

Set in Naples, Scapino! is a zany modern day farce inspired by Moliere’s 1671 comedy Les Fourberies de Scapin. The play’s lead, Scapino, is the servant who is smarter than his master. A quick-thinker, fast talker, and trickster, he intervenes (despite his master’s plans) to bring two pairs of young lovers together. “The good Lord has blessed me with quite a genius for clever ideas and inspired inventions.” boasts Scapino.

This play is a fun-filled, outrageous ride, full of slapstick and fast-paced humor; including tall tales, bad impersonations, ridiculous chase scenes, disgruntled waiters, loveable panhandlers, melodic macaroni, and misbehaving sausages.

Directed by Wendy Wincote Schweikert.



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