by J.B. Priestley
Director – Ron Newell
Sept. 12 – Oct. 5, 2014
A police inspector questions the members of a respectable English family about the suicide of a young acquaintance. It soon becomes apparent that each of them is implicated at some level in the girl’s death. Set in one evening in 1912, this engaging drama is a psychological study of the strange twists of behavior that can surface when people’s consciences are affected.
Based on the books by Robert Fulghum
Adapted by Ernest Zulia and David Caldwell
Music and lyrics by David Caldwell
Director – Skip Corris
Music Director – Jayne Kacik
Nov. 7 – Dec. 7, 2014
Back by popular demand, this delightful frolic weaves fifteen holiday stories by the best-selling author of “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten” into an evening of storytelling and song. The show takes a funny, heartwarming look at the struggle to find the spirit of the holidays amid the avalanche of commercialism, stress and chaos that crashes down every December.
by Joanna McClelland Glass
Director – Douglas Farren
January 9 – February 1, 2015
This highly acclaimed play follows the attempts of a young Canadian girl and an aging Philadelphia aristocrat to understand each other in what the old man knows will be the last year of his life. The work is based on its author’s real-life experience working for former U.S. Attorney General and Nuremberg Trials chief judge Francis Biddle in the late 1960s.
by Lewis Black
Director – Fred Gloor
March 6-29, 2015
It’s Courtney’s wedding day, and her mom, Delia, is making sure that everything is perfect. The groom is perfect, the dress is perfect, and the decorations (assuming they arrive) will be perfect. Then, like in any good farce the doorbell rings. And all hell breaks loose. So much for perfect.
by Donald Margulies
Director – Tyson Douglas Rand
May 1-24, 2015
Pulitzer Prize-winner Donald Margulies brings the true (or semi-true) story of Victorian gentleman and seafaring wanderer Louis de Rougemont to the stage. This play tells tales of bravery, survival and celebrity that left nineteenth-century England spellbound. Lost on the high seas, Rougement encounters exotic islanders, giant sea turtles and a maneating octopus. The audience is left to judge whether he is an inspirational figure touched by imaginative genius or a mere con man.