2011 - 2012 SEASON

Riding the Comet
Sep 16 - Oct 2, 2011

A new drama by Mark Violi (author of Roebling: The Story of the Brooklyn Bridge). WWII tale of French farmers who help escaping Americans on the trail to safety. Directed by Kyla Mostello Donnelly.

Oct 28 - Nov 13, 2011

George Bernard Shaw's charming English comedy. The central characters are a clergyman, his wife Candida and a young poet who tries to win her affections. Directed by Mort Paterson.

My Three Angels
Dec 2 - Dec 18, 2011

It's Christmas in the tropics, 104 degrees, and three French convicts help bring true justice and warmth to a beleaguered family in this delightful tale. Written By Samuel & Bella Spewack. Directed by Ed Patton.

Come Back, Little Sheba
Jan 20 - Feb 12, 2012

A troubled marriage is tested by an attractive young boarder as years of quiet frustration erupt into violence in this drama from the 1950s. By William Inge. Directed by C. Jameson Bradley.

Terra Nova
Mar 2 - Mar 25, 2012

Ted Tally's stark, fascinating drama about Robert Scott's doomed English expedition to the South Pole. Directed by Mark Versprille.

As You Like It
Apr 20 - May 13, 2012

In Shakespeare's delightful comedy, Rosalind flees persecution dressed as boy, to find safety and love in the Forest of Arden. Directed by Cheryl Doyle.

The Little Foxes
Jun 8 - 24, 2012

Around the year 1900, a prosperous Southern family conflict centers around money and involving murder, theft and betrayal. By Lillian Hellman. Directed by David Swartz.

Jul 13 - 29, 2012

One of the greatest musicals of all time, this is the story of Gypsy Rose Lee and her dominating mother Rose. By Arthur Laurents (book), Jule Styne (music), Stephen Sondheim (lyrics). Directed by Joe Doyle.