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2013- 2014 Season . . . .
read reviews of some of our  recent past shows:

The Fantasticks

The Robin Hood Caper

It's a wonderful life

On Golden Pond

Our town

Mister Roberts

Music Man

Celebrate!  70 Years of theatre & Counting!

Inherit the Wind

The man who came to dinner

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     May 30-31, June 6-7-8-13-14-15-20-21, 2014
     Cabaret revue spoofing Broadway shows

          This  show is a revue of musical skits lampooning Broadway shows and their
    performers. The singers are dressed and made up as the subjects they are toasting, and
    nearly all of the songs are comprised of parody lyrics sung to the tune of a real song. The
    usually good-natured jabs at legendary Broadway performers and shows are written and
    presented in a way that can be appreciated by anyone with a passing knowledge of
    Broadway shows and performers

    Directed by Paul Virag
  September 20, 21, 27, 28, 29,  October 4, 5, 6, 11, 12,  2013
    Musical parody of 1950’s  scifi movies  
                         
         It’s 1955, the Eisenhower era of the Cold War and the race to space. Flying   
    saucers are seen at the movies and in the late night sky. The fictional Milwaukee Space
    Center is abuzz at the arrival of a leading rocket scientist to launch a space probe. Then
    a space craft lands with the chief Zombina who has come to conquer earth and take men
    back to help populate her dying planet.  This jepordizes the Space Center’s budding
    romances, and offers another opportunity to spoof the 50’s politics and pop culture.

    Directed by Judi Kaye; Musical Director - Lawrence Wallace; Choreographer - Jennifer
    Justice
     March 14-15-21-22-23-28-29,  2014
       Comedy about conforming to society in the 1960’s

          An unemployed writer of children’s TV programs is raising his 12-year old genius
    nephew in a care-free life style. It’s 1962 and well before dysfunctional families are the
    norm, so when New York Child Welfare Services come to investigate, the ex-writer must
    decide whether to accept conformity in order to show himself a fit guardian. His choice is
    to find gainful employment or lose his nephew, or. . . marry the social worker?

    Directed by David Reifel