2008 - 2009 SEASON

You Never Can Tell
Sep 26 - Oct 11, 2008

G.B. Shaw’s hilarious youthful comedy about mistaken identities, family secrets, and romantic entanglements.

The Investigation
Oct 24 - Nov 9, 2008

A riveting drama by Peter Weiss which takes you inside the Nazi war crime trials stemming from the horrific atrocities at Auschwitz.

Dec 5 - Dec 21, 2008

Edward Albee’s 1975 Pulitzer Prize-winning comic drama. A couple facing retirement discuss the meaning of life and love with - believe it or not - a pair of sea lizards who may or may not decide to evolve into a higher life form.

Orson's Shadow
Jan 23 - Feb 8, 2009

Austin Pendleton’s penetrating backstage look at actors and their egos. When the flamboyant Orson Welles directs Laurence Olivier in the absurd Ionesco play Rhinoceros, tempers flare and sparks fly!

The Last Days of the Dinosaurs
Feb 27 - Mar 15, 2013

Joe Doyle’s popular comic drama about adult children and their aged parents returns. The mother has Alzheimer’s and the father’s mental faculties are failing. Naturally, it’s the children who are losing their minds!

Mass Appeal
Apr 17 - May 3, 2009

This is a comic and insightful two character play about an old parish priest who takes a rebellious young church deacon under his wing, trying to safely guide the young man to priesthood. They are polar opposites in all but their devotion to their God. The wise old priest uses charm and finesse to win souls, while the young deacon has a blistering "take no prisoners" approach which ruffles feathers. How will this clerical odd couple resolve their differences? God only knows!

May 29 - Jun 14 , 2009

Another backstage tale by Austin Pendleton. Based on the true story of Junius Booth, a tormented, alcoholic, 19th-century actor. His glory would be forgotten, while son Edwin would win fame as a great actor and his other son, John Wilkes, would win infamy as Lincoln’s assassin. “As the twig is bent, so grows the tree ...”

Finian's Rainbow
Jul 10 - 26, 2014

The immortal musical comedy! An Irishman with a stolen crock of gold comes to the U.S. to bury it near Fort Knox in hopes it will grow in value. When the leprechaun he stole it from follows him to these shores, you can be sure bedlam and great music abound. Music by Burton Lane, Book by E.Y Harburg and Fred Saidy. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Featuring such classic songs as ”Old Devil Moon“, ”If This Isn’t Love“ and ”How Are Things In Glocca Morra?“