We hope you are as excited as we are for what our 2014|15 Season will bring. It is sure to be a Season to remember and celebrate! We continue our tradition of bringing new, challenging, entertaining, and high quality productions to our stage.
September 12 - 28
By Bo Wilson Original Play and World Debut. Grieving his wife, a retired man begins to build a boat to sail the seas in search of peace and quiet. Plans are put on hold when an unexpected friendship is formed with his neighbor’s son. A story of life, loss, dreams, and friendship. AACT New Playfest Winner.
November 14 – December 14
Supercalifragilistic fun with the world’s most famous nanny. The beloved Mary Poppins and Banks family stories come to life in this timeless favorite.
January 16 – February 1
Snowed in and stranded house guests become suspects as Detective Sergeant Trotter investigates a series of murders. The longest running show in history, it is no mystery why this is a theatre classic!
February 27 – March 22
Musical Comedy Dama
Set in World War II, an unconventional love story that deals with issues of racial prejudices, war, and love; told in a way that only Rodgers and Hammerstein can do. Show stopping songs that will have you humming along.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
April 24 – May 3
From the moment he wakes up with gum in his hair, things just do not go Alexander’s way. Maybe he should just move to Australia! This delightful musical will entertain and engage the youngest of our audiences – parents and grandparents, too.
May 29 – June 14
What do you get when you mix one part human with one part puppet? The answer: A multi-Tony Award (2004) winning play! Filled with pop-culture references, adult humor, and unforgettable songs, this play will leave you entertained. Not recommended for young audiences. Adult content.
Summer Repertory Theatre
July 24 – August 2
Based on the popular 1984 movie, Ren has just moved to town and quickly becomes a teen hero as he rebelliously brings dance back to the small community of Bomont.
A Little Princess
July 24 – August 2
After being sent to a girl’s boarding school in London, Sara learns that anyone can be a princess if she is kind, gracious and helpful.