Shows and Tickets

2009 - 2010 Season

Season Shows

October 1 thru October 10

tick... tick... Boom

Before the success of his internationally acclaimed rock musical "Rent," Jonathan Larson waited tables and struggled with his hopes and dreams of making musical theatre history. This seemingly... Learn more.

December 3 thru December 13

She Stoops to Conquer

A rollicking comedy appropriately subtitled “The Mistakes of a Night” about a bachelor who is tongue tied around eligible elegant women, but downright aggressive around working class women.  Toss... Learn more.

September 24 thru September 27

Uncommon Women and Others

A witty memory play set in 1978 about a group of women who meet for an informal college reunion and quickly revert to their college days six years earlier. Celebrating Wendy Wasserstein whose plays... Learn more.

October 1 thru October 10

The Dearest of Friends & Other Texas Plays

Three Texas one-act plays when times were slower, simpler and richly passionate: "The Dearest of Friends," "Spring Dance" and "The Midnight Caller," all of which pulsate with the warmth and heart of a... Learn more.

January 23 thru January 31

Short Play Festival

Comedies, dramas, and everything in between — our annual debut of nearly two dozen student directors produces a smorgasbord of professionally published ten-minute plays. If one is not to your... Learn more.

February 13 thru February 13

24-Hour Project

See what a day can make — literally! A theme is given the night before and several original short plays are written throughout the night. At 7:30am, a student director and cast of actors begin... Learn more.

February 25 thru February 28

Hortensia and the Museum of Dreams

A poetic drama about loss and recovery amid the Castellani Art Museum exhibition of Cuban surrealism. Written a year before “Anna in the Tropics,” which earned Mr. Cruz his Broadway debut and the... Learn more.

March 18 thru March 27

Baby With the Bathwater

A laugh out-loud comedy about surviving parental dysfunction. First time parents, Helen and John, are extremely disappointed that their newborn baby doesn’t speak English and they are too polite to... Learn more.

April 16 thru April 18


Winning the 2001 Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize for Best Play, "Proof" is a gripping drama about a mathematician who must prove herself to herself. Mr. Auburn adapted his play into a screenplay for the... Learn more.

April 29 thru May 9

Anything Goes

All aboard the 1930’s Broadway classic as we sail from New York to London enjoying the madcap antics of a stowaway, an heiress, a nightclub singer, Public Enemy #13, and a host of tap dancers who... Learn more.