Announcing our exciting 2014-2015 season
By Paula Vogel
Directed by Liane LeMaster
February 20-22, 2015
A play that deals with the strained, sexual relationship between a young woman and her uncle. The play also deals with physical dissociation, owning one’s body and memories, and the relationship between a teen’s psyche and the physical changes in a woman’s body. Ultimately, it is a story about forgiveness of self and family. There will be a talk-back with the cast and a therapist after each performance. Mature content.
A portion of our ticket proceeds will be shared with EDIN (Eating Disorders Info Network) as part of their Love Your Body Month.
Written By: Beth Henley
Directed By: Jeannie and Wally Hinds
September 5-20, 2014
A touching, hilarious, and tragic comedy about three Mississippi sisters raised in a dysfunctional family and betrayed by their passions. This play won a Pulitzer Prize in 1981.
Book and Lyrics By: Bill Russell
Music By: Henry Kreiger
Vocal and Dance Arrangements: David Chase
Orchestrations By: Harold Wheeler
Directed By: Chris Ikner
November 7-23, 2014
A moving portrait of two women joined at the hip whose extraordinary bondage brings them fame but denies them love. Based on the true story of siamese twins Violet and Daisy Hilton who became stars during The Depression.
Written By: Bernard Pomerance
Directed By: Russ Ivey
January 30-February 14, 2015
Based on the life of John Merrick, a horribly deformed young man with a dream of becoming a man just like any other.
Book By: Rupert Holmes
Music By: John Kander
Lyrics By: Fred Ebb
Original Book and Concept By: Peter Stone
Additional Lyrics By: John Kander and Rupert Holmes
Directed By: Julie Taliaferro
April 17-May 9, 2015
It’s 1959 and opening night of a new musical at Boston’s Colonial Theatre. When the unlikeable leading lady dies on stage, the entire cast and crew are suspects. A local detective, who happens to be a musical theatre fan, leads the investigation.