Directed by Todd Bennington
January 19 – February 4The final installment in Simon’s autobiographical trilogy. You don’t need to have seen Brighton Beach Memoirs and Biloxi Blues to enjoy it, but if you have, this play brings closure to the Jerome family story as they go through big life changes when Eugene and his brother, Stan, are hired as comedy writers for CBS.
Directed by Michael A. Muller
March 8 – March 24The luxury train, The Orient Express, departs from Istanbul in 1934 on its journey to France with a first-class car full of international travelers. The next morning, one of the passengers is discovered murdered. It’s up to Hercule Poirot to find out who the dead man was – and who on that train killed him!
Directed by Elaine Wallace
April 19 – May 5Abby Binder makes life so miserable for her roommates at the Bristol Place Senior Living Facility that they change rooms when a bed becomes available. But not Marilyn Dunne, a relentlessly cheerful woman who grinds on Abby’s nerves! The women make a bet to determine whether Marilyn stays or goes. Which one in this “odd couple” will win?
Directed by Mike Schuller
June 7 – June 23
Myron Siegel is a hapless producer whose latest Broadway show, Foxy Felicia, is being sabotaged by his arch rival, who will go to any lengths to out-do Myron. What does this have to do with King Kong? You’ll have to come to this screwball comedy to find out!
* Please note, this show contains adult language. *
Directed by Holly Lessing
July 19 – August 4Come down the rabbit hole with Alice to a land of zany adventures where nothing is as it seems in this brand-new version of Lewis Carroll’s timeless classic. From the Cheshire Cat to the Mad Hatter, it’s a magical, entertaining musical for the whole family!
Directed by Jeanne Johnston
September 6 – September 22
Becky is caught in middle age, middle management, and a middling marriage – with no prospects for change on the horizon. When a socially inept and grief-stricken millionaire stumbles into the car dealership where she works, she is offered nothing short of a new life. Come follow Becky’s laugh-out-loud bumper car ride as she careens out of control!
Directed by Alicia Harabin
October 18 – November 3In Walsh’s enjoyable take on the famous detective, both Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are women! This fast-paced mystery begins when a young wife receives an anonymous threatening letter and goes to 221B Baker Street for help. Miss Holmes faithfully follows the tradition established by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.