Show Times:
Evening Performances Fridays and Saturdays curtain is at 7:30pm
Sunday Matinee Performances curtain is at 2pm
Ticket Prices:
Performance Prices:
Adults $10
Seniors $7.00

May 2008 - Cinderella
by Michelle L. Vacca
Directed by Larry Smith

May 16 - 25, 2008

Based on the famous French fairy tale tells the classic story of the poor orphaned girl raised by her wicked step-mother along with her two mean step-sisters. When she perchants meets Crown Prince Philip in her garden she falls in love but as a poor person she could never hope to marry the Prince. The tale begins with her Fairy Godmother setting the stage for Cinderella's eventual transformation from peasant to Princess. True to the fairy tale, Cinderella attends the Royal Ball but departs at midnight leaving her slipper behind. The Prince sets out on a search to discover the Princess of his Dreams.

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July 2008 - Inherit the Wind
by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee
Directed by Michael C. Nelson

Jul 25 - Aug 3, 2008

Teacher B.T. Cates is arrested for teaching Darwin's theories. Famous lawyer Henry Drummond defends him; fundamentalist politician Matthew Brady prosecutes. This is a very thinly disguised rendition of the 1925 "Scopes monkey trial" with debates between Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan taken largely from the transcripts.

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September 2008 - Cheaper by the Dozen
by Frank Gilbreth and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey.
Directed by Jessica R. Holmes
Dramatized by Christopher Sergel.

Sep 26 - Oct 5, 2008

Suppose you're an attractive high school girl and you're not only a member of a large and unique family but your father is, in fact, one of the great pioneers of industrial efficiency. Then suppose he decides, for no apparent reason, to apply his unorthodox methods to you and to the rest of your big family. The results are terribly embarrassing, funny and—it must be admitted—extremely effective! To Anne, however, the chief effect seems to be that of making them seem ridiculous to everyone else at school—especially to the boys! Dad pushes ahead with better organization for his large and delightful family. He puts up a chart for the young people to initial after completing each household task, uses a rung as an imaginary bathtub to demonstrate how to take a really efficient bath and appoints a utilities officer to levy fines on wasters of electricity. While the situations are often uproarious, there's a serious reason. Dad has a heart condition which he's keeping secret. The children don't understand them. Anne, the oldest, rebels. Both Dad and she are miserable at the lack of understanding between them. Then in a deft and moving scene, Dad becomes aware of how much Anne has grown up.

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December 2008 - FrUiTCaKeS
by Julian Wiles
Directed by Tom Janowski

Dec 5 - 14, 2008

Mix together a batch of fruitcakes, three dozen Christmas trees, 10,000 outdoor Christmas lights, a chicken pox epidemic, two southern spinsters, an estranged old man, a lost cat named Tutti Frutti and a Christmas hog named Buster and you've got the recipe for a fun filled and touching evening filled with holiday cheer. Into this world comes Jamie, a kid who has run away from home and come as far as his money will take him. At first he thinks this town's inhabitants are "nuttier than fruitcakes," but soon he comes to admire, appreciate and adore this nutty little town. A moving story of alienation, understanding and reconciliation, FrUiTCaKeS provides audiences with a heaping helping of holiday warmth and Christmas cheer.

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