Plays / 2015 - 2016 SEASON

A Raisin in the Sun.
by Lorraine Hansberry
Sept. 11 - 27, 2015

An iconic play about an African-American family striving to escape the slums and build a better life. As relevant today as it was in the 1950s, it's an American treasure. Directed by Victoria Benn.

Major Barbara
by George Bernard Shaw.
Oct. 23 - Nov. 8, 2015

A 1905 comedy about a lovely Salvation Army major whose path is challenged by her ambitious mother and arms-magnate father. Directed by Cheryl Doyle and George Hartpence.

Meet Me in St. Louis
Stage musical version of the beloved film, by Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane, and Hugh Wheeler.
Dec. 4 - 20, 2015

Our way of helping you "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." Directed by Maryalice Rubins-Topoleski.

Leading Ladies
Ken Ludwig, author of Moon Over Buffalo and Lend Me a Tenor.
Jan. 29 - Feb. 14, 2016

A farce regarding two Shakespearean actors who dress as women to win an inheritance, with hilarious consequences.

We present two plays with only one actor onstage running concurrently on alternate days for four weeks:

Underneath the Lintel
by Glen Berger
Feb 25 - Mar 20, 2016

Barry Abramowitz plays a sheltered Dutch librarian hunting for the culprit who returned a book over 100 years overdue. Directed by Cheryl Doyle.

by William Luce
Feb 25 - Mar 20, 2016

George Hartpence plays the aging star John Barrymore in a pastiche of drunken reverie and Shakespeare recitation. Directed by Cheryl Doyle.

A Murder Is Announced
An Agatha Christie tale, adapted for the stage by Leslie Darbon
April 22 - May 8, 2016

A newspaper announcement states the time and place of a murder to occur. Miss Marple's on the case.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
by Tennessee Williams.
Jun 3-19, 2016

It's Big Daddy's birthday and no one's talking about what's really going on - except Maggie the Cat, who wants the truth at all costs. Directed by LouJ Stalsworth.

Dancing at Lughnasa
by Brian Friel.
Jul 15-31, 2016

A deeply moving story of five impoverished Irish sisters fighting for survival and love in their simple cottage. And just occasionally, the music from the radio sets them a-dancing. Directed by Jarad Benn.