Plays / 2014 - 2015 SEASON

The Charitable Sisterhood of the Second Trinity Victory Church
by Bo Wilson
Sept. 12 - 28, 2014

In this heart-warming new comedy, as a flood rages outside the church, the ladies of the Charitable Sisterhood discover the deeper meaning of charity when they encounter a fugitive from justice.

by Bill Cain
Oct. 31 - Nov. 16, 2014

Shakespeare receives a royal commission to write a play about Guy Fawkes' Gunpowder Plot. He and his company must find a way to keep their integrity...and also keep their heads.

Cheaper by the Dozen
by Christopher Sergel
Dec. 5 - 21, 2014

The father of 12 children is an efficiency expert, and runs his family the way he would run a factory. Problems (and laughs) ensue, along with touching moments of love and courage.

Born Yesterday
by Garson Kanin
Jan. 23 - Feb. 8, 2015

A rich but thuggish junk dealer dabbling in Washington politics hires a writer to educate his girlfriend, and the results are not exactly what he hoped for, in this classic American comedy from the 1940s.

A Midsummer Night's Dream
by William Shakespeare
March 6 - 22, 2015

There's mischief afoot in the Bard's delicious comedy, in which unsuspecting Athenians enter a forest fairyland. There's a happy ending, of course, with weddings and a silly play-within-a-play.

Groucho: A Life in Revue
by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher
April 17 - May 3, 2015

Groucho narrates this play with comedy and music, which takes the Marx Brothers from vaudeville, to stardom and their eventual break up. Includes many of Groucho's classic songs and sketches.

My Favorite Year (the musical)
by Joseph Dougherty, Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens
May 29 - June 14, 2015

A musical comedy with a heart of gold, based on the film. It's 1954, and Benjy Stone, a TV writers' assistant, is assigned to baby-sit Alan Swann, a drunken Hollywood swashbuckler.

Laughter on the 23rd Floor
by Neil Simon
July 10 - 26, 2015

A brilliant comedy inspired by Simon's early career as a junior comedy writer, the play focuses on Sid Caesar-like Max Prince, and his wildly eccentric writing staff, circa 1953.