Individual tickets on sale July 1st, 2017.
July 8-16, 2017 The Further Adventures of Nick Tickle, Fairy Tale Detective by Steph DeFerie (Acorn).
Directed by Debi Dunkerly.
Everyone's favorite gumshoe is back with another thrilling adventure! Old Granny Possum is kidnapped by Bluebeard and his band of scurvy pirates! Our youngest actors will entertain our youngest audiences.
July 21- Aug 6, 2017 Cats by Andrew Lloyd Webber (Treehouse).
Directed by Roxie Alyssa Smith, Katelyn Geri, and Kathy Johansen.
A theatre favorite and Broadway record holder. The full on musical based on T.S. Elliott’s poems will feature the best of our local dancers and character actors.
Sept 1-10, 2017 Night Watch by Lucille Fletcher (Mainstage).
Directed by Brandi Hicks Lane.
An outstanding Broadway success, this ingeniously devised thriller builds steadily in menace and suspense until the final, breath-stopping moment of its unexpected, "twist" ending. What do you see in the dead of night?
Sept 22-Oct1, 2017 Mama Won’t Fly by Jones, Hope and Wooten (Curtain Call Production)
Directed by Kathy Holsworth.
Join Valerie Russenberger and her cast of friends on this hilarious road trip. Three generations travel from Alabama to California to get to a wedding. They meet family, friends, strangers and each other along the way.
Oct 20-28, 2017 Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead by Bert V. Royal (Studio 400).
Directed by Denley Messerly.
The unauthorized further adventures of the Peanuts gang as they go through puberty, and experience life beyond their traditional six year old selves. "Inventive and raunchy…hysterically funny." —NY Post.
Nov 2-12, 2017 The Wedding Singer by Chad Beguelin & Tim Herlihy (Special)
Directed by Billy Buff and Tina Buran.
Based on the 1998 film of the same name, the story revolves around Robbie, who sings at weddings, his failed relationship with his former fiancée, and his romance with a new love, Julia. Full of ‘80’s pop and all your wedding favorites.
Jan 26-Feb 11, 2018 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat by Tim Rice & Andrew Lloyd Webber (Mainstage).
Directed by Mario Cieri and Ginger Caro.
One of the most enduring shows of all time, this is the irresistible family musical about the trials and triumphs of Joseph, Israel’s favorite son. Colorful and comic and toetapping brilliance.
Mar 9-17, 2018 In a Forest Dark and Deep by Neil LaBute (Studio 400).
Directed by Maureen McNeill.
On the night when Betty urgently needs help to empty her cabin in the woods, she calls on her brother Bobby. In this exhilarating play of secrets and sibling rivalry, we will explore the dark territory of "the lies you tell yourself to get by."
Apr 6-15, 2018 Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, adapted by John Ravold (Treehouse).
Directed by Jennifer Godwin.
A story that never will grow old for its treatment of a mother's love for her children and their appreciation for the love of friends and family. This play will charm audiences of all ages and will be our feature for school children.
May 4-13, 2018 Short Attention Span Theatre (Studio 400).
A change in theme this year, we will explore parenthood and moms in one acts still to be determined. A PLT favorite.
June 8-17, 2018 The Odd Couple by Neil Simon (Mainstage).
Directed by Carla Rhodes
This is the classic comedy that is often revisited, but never replicated. Oscar and Felix couldn’t be more different, but learn to live together as mismatched roommates. Cutting dialog by Simon.