A performance piece by A.R. Gurney
Directed by Yo Mustafa
Produced by Inez Hayes
Tracing the lifelong correspondence of the staid, dutiful lawyer Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and the lively, unstable artist Melissa Gardner, the story of their bittersweet relationship gradually unfolds from what is written — and what is left unsaid — in their letters.
Production Dates: September 16-17, 22-24, 29-30 October 1 2005
A comedy by Norm Foster
Directed by Peter Churey
Produced by Chuck Learn
On the surface it appears to be a story about a disabled man. However, it is also a story about people finding the nerve to take responsibility, and about persevering against the odds. And finally, it is a story about relationships born out of hardship.
Production Dates: April 21-22, 27-29, May 4-6 2006
A comedy by Jean Anouilh
Adapted by Christopher Fry
Directed by Dia Frid
Produced by Michelle Spanik
How far will a brother go to keep his twin from marrying the wrong girl? Hugo is as devious as his brother is clueless, and he has only one night to stop the engagement. But is she the wrong girl, after all? Jean Anouilh’s dizzy account of a grand ball gone haywire, as adapted by Christopher Fry, is not something one gets a chance to see very often. Join us for a magical evening at Hugo’s chateau.
Production Dates: February 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19*, 23, 24, 25 2006
*matinee 2:00 pm
An English Pantomime* by James Barry
Directed by Jan Durbin
Produced by John Durbin
Annual Children’s Show – Harry, a poor simple miller’s son, inherits a cat from his father. This magical cat can help bring fame and fortune to Harry, but first there’s this ogre who is menacing the kingdom.
*According to Merriam-Webster, a pantomime is “a British theatrical entertainment of the Christmas season based on a nursery tale and featuring topical songs, tableaux, and dances”
… in other words, a rollicking good time for the young and the young at heart!
Production Dates: December 2-3, 8-11 2005