Show Times:
Evening Performances Fridays and Saturdays curtain is at 8pm
Sunday Matinee Performances curtain is at 2pm
Ticket Prices:
Performance Prices:
Adults $10
Seniors $7.00

April 2009 - Studio Theater
by Glenn Hughes and Lucille Fletcher
Directed By Blake Quinlan

April 24-25 & May 1-2 at 8pm
Sunday Matinee May 3 at 2pm
Ticket prices for this production will be $5 for all patrons.

Red Carnations
A smart satire, written with wit, humor and distinction. A boy and a girl and a man engage in a very amusing trialogue near a park bench.

Sorry, Wrong Number
A mystery thriller, the tale of a neurotic invalid, whose only contact with the outside world is her phone. Over this, one night, because of a crossed wire, she hears plans for a murder, which turns out to be her own. Her frantic efforts to enlist help through the only means at her disposal, her growing terror and realization of the truth, and (along the way) the hints about her own life and personality she lets drop, make this a full character portrait not only of herself but of the unseen murderer, whose identity and motivations are surmised but never revealed.

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May 2009 - Pirates and Petticoats
  by Pat Cook
Directed By Jessica R. Holmes

May 8-9 and May 16-17 at 8pm
Sunday Matinees May 10 & 17 at 2pm

“So you want to be a pirate?” begins the opening line from the book “Swashbuckling for Fun and Profit”. This phrase captures the imagination of Fisher Cutbait, a librarian with dreams of adventure. So he sets out to join a pirate ship and seek his fortune. Unfortunately for him he falls in with Squire Juan Tumani and his rowdy crew at the ‘Din Of Thieves’ inn. Juan figures to shanghai Fisher in his usual way, “They never feel the wallop ‘til it’s too late”, he reminds Mac, who’s off to Captain Ball to tell him of this new recruit. However, when Juan ups his price for his latest ‘find’, Captain Ball decides to pay a visit to the Inn. Squaring off with Fisher, Ball soon finds himself on the floor at the point of Fisher’s sword. This wouldn’t have been so bad had Fisher not been dueling with one hand and reading a book of instructions on dueling with the other. Captain Ball has had enough and vows revenge! And the unwitting Fisher is his target! Things get really tangled when a British officer arrives with arrest warrants, Jamaica Runfort, Fisher’s fiance’ shows up to try to get Fisher away from the inn and the dreaded ‘Cap’n Gown’ and her all-women crew kidnaps Fisher and spirits him away! Lines fly and swords clash in this pirate spoof, full of seventeenth century characters and surprising twists.

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July 2009 - Drop Dead!
  by Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore
Directed By Aaron Polk

July 24-25, July 31-Aug 1, and Aug 7-8 at 8pm
Sunday Matinees July 26, Aug 2, & Aug 9 at 2pm

A cast of has been actors plan to revive their careers in Drop Dead!, a potboiler murder mystery directed by "Wonder Child of the Broadway Stage" Victor Le Pewe (a psychotic eye twitching megalomaniac). At the dress rehearsal the set falls, props break, and the producer and an actor are murdered. During the opening night performance, the murders continue. The remaining thespians must save the show and their careers, solve the mystery and stay alive for curtain calls.

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October 2009 - Iliad, Odyssey and all of Greek Mythology in 99 minutes or less
  By Jay Hopkins and John Hunter
Directed by Amanda Hammel

October 9-10 And Oct 16-17 at 8pm
Sunday Matinees September 11 & Oct 18

The Gods walk the Red Carpet. The Creation of Mankind is a botched subcontractors job. Man and Pandora try settling down despite an ominous wedding gift. Love stories are a dating show and the Greek Tragedies are sports highlights! And don’t forget the two greatest stories ever told, The Iliad and The Odyssey. Kidnap Helen of Troy and you’ve got a 10 year slap-fight of epic proportions with pouty Achilles, war-hungry Agamemnon and clever Odysseus, destined to wander the seas for 10 more years fighting giants, seductresses and the Gods themselves. All the silly decisions, the absurd destinies, and the goofy characters are presented lightning-bolt fast with hysterical results as the clock is stopped with only seconds to spare.

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Christmas 2009 - It's a Wonderful Life
  Dramatized by James W. Rodgers. Adapted from the film by Frank Capra.
Directed By Michael C. Nelson

December 3 & 5 and December 11-12 at 8pm
Sunday Matinees December 6 & 13

In our American culture It's a Wonderful Life has become almost as familiar as Dickens' A Christmas Carol. The story is a natural for a stage adaptation: the saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descent on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him?by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born?that his has been, after all, a wonderful life. This faithful adaptation has all your favorite characters: George and Mary Hatch, Clarence, Uncle Billy, Violet, and, of course, the Scrooge-like villain, Mr. Potter. This fine dramatization not only celebrates the faith of the season, it also celebrates the American philosophy of life: hard work, fair play and the love and support of one's family and community will be rewarded.

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