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2014- 2015 Season . . . .
read reviews of some of our  recent past shows:

A Piece of my Heart

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

A Season  Brochure
2014-2015  season


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November 14, 15, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29 2014
A true drama of women who served in VietNam
by Shirley Lauro
Missing from most writings about the Vietnam War is the drama of women
 who served in it.  Inspired by true oral histories of twenty-six women, the play
 condenses the experiences into stories of six women  -- five nurses and  a singer --  
 before, during, and after each of their tours.  The powerful drama ends  as the
 women gather at the Memorial Wall in Washington.

January 30, 31, February 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 2015
A  farce by the prolific authors of bedroom comedy
by William Van Zant & Jane Milmore
Three couples --a young married couple, a dating couple, and a couple  celebrating
 their twenty-ninth wedding anniversary-- move through improbable situations,
 centering on  their infidelities, sexual parings, frustrations, and mistaken identities.
 In Act 2 they all come face to face with their double standards during a weekend
 at the older couple’s home.

April 17, 18, 24, 25, 26, May 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 2015
 A musical for the whole family based on Dr Suess
As narrator, Cat in the Hat moves the action along to musically weave together
 over two dozen Dr Seuss books.  If you’re familiar with the Seuss rhyme schemes,
 you’ll appreciate the Seuss imagination and characters all the more in this
 musical.  Horton Hears a Who and Horton Hatches an Egg  are the main story
 lines, while other Seuss books are also  included in songs, dances and dialog.

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