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

March 2011 - The Trouble With Cats
by Gary Ray Stapp
Directed by Patti Beerli

Mar 11 - 20, 2011

A Minnesota lakefront homeowner gets on to find someone to watch her house while shes away on vacation. To ensure that someone would be there to help her she books two couples, with a clash between generations, as well as neighbors that can't leave them alone..if thats not enough, the master bedroom suite is being re-decorated by a trio of sisters with their own issues. There is little rest and relaxation for anyone except maybe the cat..if they can find the elusive little creature!!! Its sure to be a real funny show!

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May 2011 - A MidSummer Night's Dream
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Michael C. Nelson

May 6 - 15, 2011

The play revolves around the adventures of four young lovers, a group of amateur actors and their interactions with the fairies who inhabit a moonlit forest. The story takes place in Midsummer and is a complex farce featuring Hermia & Lysander and Helena & Demetrius. Their romantic intrigues are confused and complicated still further by entering the forest where Oberon, the King of the Fairies and his Queen, Titania, preside. Puck (or Robin Goodfellow) is a major character who is full of mischief and tricks. Other visitors to the enchanted forest include Bottom the weaver and his friends Snug, Snout, Quince and Flute the amateur dramatists who want to rehearse their terrible but hilarious version of the play Pyramus and Thisbe.

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July 2011 - East Central Illinois' So You Think You Got Talent Show and Concert.
Directed by Larry Smith

Jul 15 - 17, 2011

A “Save the Theatre” benefit and variety show, it will feature singers, (solo or groups), dancers, (solo or groups), Instrumentalists, Bands/Combos, Comedians, Magicians/Jugglers.

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October 2011 - Dr. Jeckyll, No Place To Hyde
by Pat Cook
Directed by Jessica R. Holmes

Oct 14 - 23, 2011

Experimenting with a new potion, Dr. Henry Jeckyll finds himself turns into a very hairy brute. "I can grow a mustache in an hour and a half", he complains to his sarcastic man servant. "But I can never tell where it's going to come out." Then when a pretty French damsel in distress shows up on his doorstep, he really starts enjoying being able to "Hyde". Between ducking his tyrannical fiance, his domineering mother and the London police, he finds little time to get dates for his sister. This fast paced farce is full of fast lines, fast women and even faster exits.

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December 2011 - Aesop’s Fables and A Christmas Surprise
by L. Anthony Smith
Directed by Larry Smith

Dec 2 - 11, 2011

“Aesop’s Fables and A Christmas Surprise” will feature an all-star cast of youthful actors (and a few adults) who will reenact some of the most famous of Aesop’s Fables.

Mr. and Mrs. Aesop will be on hand to introduce and narrate nine of Aesop’s most well known fables while the juvenile actors, many in animal disguises, will bring Aesop’s tales to life.

To round out the beginning of the Christmas season, we will follow the journey of the Three Wise Men who are on their way to Bethlehem to witness the birth of the baby Jesus and events along their most famous journey, as they follow the Eastern Star.

Aesop’s Fables are well known for their ability to deliver a moral at the end of the fable which serves as a pattern for good people to live a good life.

Even today, we cite the morals of Aesop without even knowing it. “Aesop’s Fables and A Christmas Surprise” affords at least 25 of our youthful actors in the community (4th grade through high school) as well as adult male/female roles to take part in a major stage play event for 2011. “Aesop’s Fables and A Christmas Surprise” is a wholesome family-oriented story that will be enjoyed by all.

The play will be directed by Larry Smith and Taylor N. Lykins.

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