Painting by Annie Poole.

Painting by Annie Poole.

NOVEMBER 2, 3, 9, 10, 16 & 17 AT 7:00 P.M. AND NOVEMBER 11 AT 3:00 P.M.

With Bryan Lescord, Johannah Blackman, Randall Simons, Tyler Johnstone, Hoyt Hutchins, Leanne Nickon, Vanessa Hawkins & Michael McFarland, Stage Managed by Lori Sitzabee

When Mark McPherson begins investigating the murder of Laura Hunt, he cannot possibly imagine the events that will unfold over the course of just a few short days. For example, the fact that he will have to deal with the three men who were in love with Laura before her death. Or the fact that he just might join them as a fourth lover. And what if Laura isn't actually dead at all? What if he finds himself in love with the suspect in a murder investigation instead of the deceased victim? Join us for the twisting, turning ride that is Laura and remember - if you've only seen the movie, you haven't seen the real "Laura".

Announcing our 47th Season!

November:
Laura by George Sklar and Vera Caspary
Directed by Robin Jones

Who is Laura? None of the men in her life seem to know – including the detective investigating her murder. Vera Caspary, one of the first female mystery writers, was so disappointed by the film version of her novel that she co-wrote the play. This fall, we bring her story to the stage. 

January: The Last of the Red Hot Lovers, by Neil Simon Directed by Erin McCormick, Nina Robinson-Poole and Lori Sitzabee As the final project of a Directing Master Class, three directors will each bring one act of Simon’s hilarious three-act comedy to life for a very special night for theater-lovers. A married, middle-aged man wants to join the sexual revolution before it is too late. He plans and attempts three seductions - one per act. Does he succeed? You’ll have to come find out!

February:
Papermaker by Monica Wood
Directed by Johannah Blackman

During a paper mill strike in a small Maine town, the lives of two families collide around a company CEO and a man building a wooden ark in his yard. Criss-crossing the lines between workers and management, novelist Monica Wood’s first play is a revealing drama about family, loyalty, and the quiet struggles of mill-town life.

April/May: Little Women, adaptation by Thomas Hischak
Directed by Shari John

Louise May Alcott’s beloved and captivating story is brought to life in a faithful adaptation, filled with personal discovery, heartache, hope and love.

June:
Dear Elizabeth by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Dindy Royster

Based on the compiled letters between poets Robert Lowell and Elizabeth Bishop, Sarah Ruhl expresses the beauty in simple correspondence, mapping the relationship of the two poets from first meeting to an abbreviated affair and the turmoil of their lives in between.

July:
The Diary of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
Directed by Bec Poole

The powerful stage adaptation of Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl by Otto Frank. Winner of the 1956 Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award, Critics Circle Award, and virtually every other coveted prize of the theater.

August: Nunsense Directed by Dindy Royster, Musical Direction by Lori Sitzabee When five of the nineteen remaining Little Sisters of Hoboken discover that their cook accidentally killed the other 52 convent residents, they must raise money to fund the burials. As part of this effort, the nuns stage a variety show. The result is a hilarious ride for the nuns and audience members alike.