Announcing the 46th Season Plays!

September 2017 - August 2018

We are delighted to announce the season plays lined up for our 46th Season! Two evenings of one-acts will launch the season, followed by two comedies - one deliciously romantic and the other poignant and empowering. Summer 2018 brings an enchanting musical adapted from a familiar literary favorite. All of these plays highlight the significance of both community and self-discovery.

Watch our auditions page for information on auditions for each upcoming production.

In addition to these season plays, we are delighted to offer a full season of staged readings and classes in our performing arts school

Season tickets are now available for the 46th Season! Purchase a season ticket for all four season productions and receive a discount of $10. Season tickets are $57 for general admission, $44 for seniors and $41 for students. To purchase a season ticket, please contact

Director's Festival Cast

We are delighted to share the casts of this fall's Director's Festival! Watch for ticketing information and join us for a theatrical smorgasbord.

November 10 & 11

The Way of All Fish, by Elaine May, directed by Nina Robinson-Poole
A hilarious power game played between a self-absorbed executive and her secretary who walks a line between the blandest normality and seeming psychosis.

Ms. Asquith: Cherie Magnello
Miss Riverton: Vanessa Hawkins

Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen, by Tennessee Williams, directed by Robin Jones
The story of two people who are trapped in a devastating yet inescapable relationship.

Man: Bryan Lescord
Woman: Johannah Blackman

Degas, C'est Moi, by David Ives, directed by Shari John
A man wakes up one morning and decides to be the French artist Degas.

Ed: John Steed
Doris: Amy Bramblet
Man: Tony Rolfe
Woman: Lisa Reilich

November 17 & 18

Tinker Autumn, by Wil Denson, directed by Dena Sozio
An unusual alliance forms between two young people, compelling a realistic look at human needs.

Caitlyn Moran: Asha Kirkland
Peter Crichton: Will Kaiser
Conor Moran: Bob Fleming
Sheriff Ramsey: Tony Rolfe
Alfred Forsythe: Ralph Chapman
Margaret Daniels: Vanessa Hawkins

The Browning Version, by Terrence Rattigan, directed by Erin McCormick
An unexpected gift to an unpopular and unhappy teacher has him reflecting on his past and confronting his future.

Andrew Crocker-Harris: Randall Simons  
Frank Hunter: David Lane   
John Taplow: Adam Mathewson
Millie Crocker-Harris: Kate Hall   
Dr. Frobisher: Steve Gormley
Mr. Peter Gilbert: Hoyt Hutchins  
Mrs. Gilbert: Magnolia Rose Vandiver 


Photos from the 45th season productions of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Shirley Valentine, Sylvia and Fiddler on the Roof. Photo credit Whittling Fog Photography.