Our 2024 Season of Plays

February 16-25 - Farce

‘See How They Run’ by Philip King

So swift is the action, so involved the situations, so rib-tickling the plot in this London hit that at its finish audiences are left as exhausted from laughter as though they had run a foot race. Galloping in and out of the four doors of an English vicarage are an American actor and actress (he is now stationed with the Air Force in England), a cockney maid who has seen too many American movies, an old maid who
“touches alcohol for the first time in her life,” four men in clergyman suits presenting the problem of which is which (for disguised as one is an escaped prisoner), and a sedate Bishop aghast at all these goings-on and the trumped up stories they tell him.

April 19-28 - Classic

‘Frankenstein’ by Tim Kelly from the Classic by Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein, a brilliant young scientist,
returns to his Swiss chateau to escape a terrible
pursuer. No one can shake free the dark secret that terrifies him: not his mother, nor his fiancee, nor his best friend. Even the pleading of a gypsy girl accused of murdering Victor’s younger brother falls on deaf ears, for Victor has brought into being a creature made from pieces of the dead. The creature tracks Victor to his sanctuary to demand a bride to share its loneliness. Against his better judgement, Victor
agrees and soon the household is invaded by murder, despair and terror!

June 14-23 - Comedy

‘Maggie’s Getting Married’ by Norm Foster

In this touching romantic comedy, you’ll
join the Duncan family as they prepare for
the wedding of their daughter. It is the night
before the big day, and Maggie’s older sister
discovers that she knows the groom a little
better than Maggie would like her to.

August 16-25 - Family

‘The Enchanted Bookshop’ Book by Todd Wallinger and Music by Stephen Murray

Thanks to a spell from the Book Fairy, the
characters inside the books come alive each and every night. Six of those characters long to help Margie, the scatterbrained owner, save her struggling store. But they’re not allowed to leave the building or be seen by human eyes.
So when a pair of bungling smugglers comes looking for a stolen necklace hidden inside one of the books, the characters are torn. Should they warn Margie and risk disappearing forever? Or can they find a way to defeat the crooks without being seen?

October 18-27 - Mystery

‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ by Joseph Kettlering

We meet the charming and innocent ladies
who populate their cellar with the remains of
socially and religiously “acceptable” roomers;
the antics of their brother who thinks he is
Teddy Roosevelt; and the activities of the
other brother—these require no further description or amplification
here. ARSENIC AND OLD LACE is a comedy

December 6-15 - Holiday

‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry

This beloved American holiday classic
comes to captivating life as a live 1940s
radio broadcast. With the help of an
ensemble that brings a few dozen
characters to the stage, the story of
idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he
considers ending his life one fateful
Christmas Eve.