Seating begins 45 minutes before any show. All seats are $10 for adults and $8 for students.
The Great American Trailer Park Musical
February 13 - 15, 22 - 24, March 1 - 3
There's a new tenant at Armadillo Acres - and she's wreaking havoc all over Florida's most exclusive trailer park. When Pippi, the stripper on the run, comes between the Dr. Phil-loving, agoraphobic Jeannie and her tollbooth collector husband - the storms begin to brew.
The Diary of Anne Frank
April 5 - 7, 12 - 14, 19 - 21
This must-see adaptation brings us into the secret annex where 13-year-old Anne and seven other Jews evade Nazi deportation. For over two years, all that will stand between them and the concentration camps is their trust in one another and the bravery of those harboring them. Anne's compelling words come alive and urge us to stand up for one another in the face of intolerance, fear, and hate.
May 10 - 12, 17 - 19
Set on the planet Pern, Dragonsong is a coming-of-age story in which teenage Menolly breaks away from a small-minded, abusive village and becomes apprenticed to the planet's master harper. Menolly is a gifted musician. But in her fishing village, girls do not become harpers, nor boys dragon riders! When T'Gellan, a real dragon rider, arrives looking for recruits, young Tirolt wants to go, and Menolly is inspired to create a song. She receives harsh and unfair punishment for this and runs away. Alone, she encounters newly hatched fire lizards who learn to sing with her and give her hope.
Seussical the Musical
June 7 - 9, 14 - 16, 21 - 23
A musical perfect for the whole family, Seussical takes us into the world of Dr. Seuss, where we revisit beloved characters from childhood, including The Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, Gertrude McFuzz, Lazy Mayzie, and JoJo! Seussical weaves together a story of friendship, loyalty, and love while also teaching us about the power of being unique, and the importance of fighting for your beliefs.
The House at Pooh Corner
July 12 - 14, 19 - 21, 26 - 28
Christopher Robin has decided to run away with his friends Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger and the rest. Probably they'll go to the North Pole or to the South Pole. For there is a dark, mysterious threat that he's to be sent away to Education. Nobody knows exactly what or where that is, and if he's sent to such a distant place, what can his friends possibly do without him? So, it's generally agreed that they'll run away. As the situation becomes clearer however, Christopher Robin isn't quite so sure that running away is the answer.
A Collection of One Acts
August 9 - 11
An evening of 7 - 10 short one act plays written by local authors. Do you know an aspiring playwright? Or are you thinking about becoming one yourself? Currently accepting submissions. Deadline is June 17th.
Lend Me A Tenor
September 13 - 15, 20 - 22, 27 - 29
Don't miss this zany farce complete with mistaken identities, misunderstandings, mixed signals, and doors...lots of doors! This raucous comedy, set in the 1930s, follows the fiery-tempered, world famous Italian superstar Tito Merelli as he arrives in Cleveland, OH to make his debut with the local opera company; then promptly goes missing. When the show's producer conspires to cover for Tito's absence, placate his hot-blooded wife, and distract his most passionate fans, these unsuspecting Ohioans realize just how many things can go wrong in one brief but action-packed evening!
The Rocky Horror Show
October 18 - 20, 25 - 27, November 1 - 3
The musical that inspired the 1975 classic cult film, "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" follows innocent couple Brad and Janet as they seek shelter at a mysterious old castle on a dark and stormy night, where they encounter transvestite Dr. Frank 'N' Furter, his "perfect" creation Rocky, and an assortment of other crazy creatures.
December 6 - 8, 13 - 15, 20 - 22
The story of the Nativity is told to a rock beat in this modern "mystery play." A young virgin named Mary is with child. According to ancient prophecy, this child is the Jewish Lord incarnate and will be hailed as "King of the Jews." The jealous King Herod foresees this child's birth as a sign of his imminent removal from the throne. In his rage, Herod orders that all babies born throughout Jerusalem be slain, but Mary and the world's love for her child, Jesus, will see the young god protected through his infancy - ensuring that he will fulfill all of the prophecies laid before him.