FEBRUARY 7 – 9
A hilarious look at two couples—one about to marry and one married over 40 years—who help each other confront questions of love, mortality, and the nature of the soul. A staged reading of a play by Rich Orloff.
The Governor’s Son
FEBRUARY 21 – MARCH 8
World Premiere of Jim Gordon’s absorbing drama of political intrigue, with a surprise ending. A senatorial candidate and his political operatives try to suppress secrets that could ruin them all.
MAY 2 – 17
Broadway and West End audiences applauded David Hare’s play about a self-made restaurant tycoon whose wife discovers his affair with a young protégée. After his wife dies, can they resurrect their relationship?
Lend Me a Tenor
AUGUST 1 – 16
A Broadway sensation, this madcap comedy by Ken Ludwig is guaranteed to leave audiences teary-eyed with laughter. Ludicrous characters, mistaken identities, outrageous farce, and hilarity abound.
Subscriptions For 2013-2014 Season
There’s still time to sign up for a 3-show season subscription for our 2013-2014 Season. You can subscribe by mail or at our Box Office window when you come to see Engagement Rules or The Governor’s Son. Learn more.
Powerhouse Renewal Under Way
Thanks to our generous supporters, we have now installed the major components of our new sound system! A few months ago, we also upgraded our entire lighting system. We still need funding to replace our intercom system and update our facilities, but we’ve made great progress. Your support will be appreciated. Click here. to donate.
Opening Night Gala
On October 25, 76 supporters attended a benefit reception to fund our Powerhouse Renewal project. The event raised approximately $13,000, thanks to the tireless work of our Board members and other volunteers, working under the leadership of Leighanne Champion. For photos, click here.
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