Shows and Tickets

2011 - 2012 Season

Season Shows

October 20 thru October 24

Women of Lockerbie

Within the rolling green hills of Lockerbie, Scotland, seven years after the Pan Am Flight 103 crash, this poetic drama about the triumph of love over hate was inspired by true events and real people.... Learn more.

November 10 thru November 20

Damn Yankees

Fly balls, fielding, and...Faust! The devil is definitely in the details when the hapless Washington Senators take on their rivals, those "damn Yankees," in the race for the pennant. Much like our... Learn more.

December 8 thru December 18

The Boy Who Could Sing Pictures

A Renaissance tale about a boy's unique gift that attracts a large peasant following. The Boy's popularity draws the attention of the king, and a royal performance is commanded. What follows is a... Learn more.

January 20 thru January 28

Short Play Festival

Comedies, dramas, and everything in between--a smorgasbord of ten-minute plays. If one is not your taste, you only have to wait ten minutes before the next one. (With some plays, adult situations and... Learn more.

February 16 thru February 19


Winner of the 1996 Olivier Award for Best Comedy and the 1998 Tony Award for Best Play, this comedy is about the value and aesthetics of art and the toll it takes on friendship when the line is... Learn more.

February 24 thru February 26

The Twilight of the Golds

This 1993 Broadway play is a thought provoking tragicomedy about family genes and the choices that link and sever their bonds. (Adult subject matter. Not intended for children under the age of 18.) Learn more.

March 22 thru April 1

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Young lovers, powerful spirits, and a troupe of thespians all collide in a forest in this contemporary look at the most magical romantic comedy in the history of the English language. Learn more.

April 19 thru April 29

Little Women – The Musical

This 2005 Broadway musical celebrates the beloved March sisters:  Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy. Despite the hardships of the Civil War era, this classic story has entertained generations worldwide since... Learn more.