September 2015 – May 2016

The Ghost Train

September 18 – October 11, 2015

A mystery by Arnold Ridley
Directed by Ron Newell

The Ghost Train Cast: Front: Alli St. John as Peggy, Alex Nalbach as Teddie, Jean Cummins as Miss Bourne, Katie Atkinson as Elise Back: Brandon Wurgess as Charles, Regis McGann as Jackson, Dennis Runkle as Sterling, Kate Miller as Julia, Lou Will as Price, Mike Kunikis as Sal, Mark Mayo as Richard

A group of passengers are left stranded at a New England train station in this 1925 classic thriller. Forced to spend the night in the dingy waiting area, the travelers soon learn of the station’s eerie past and the phantom train that appears to haunt the tracks at the same time each night. Tempers flare and tension mounts as the commuters try to come to grips with the impending doom settling in around them.

The Cast
ELSIE – Katie Atkinson
MISS BOURNE – Jean Cummins
SAUL – Mike Kunikis
RICHARD – Mark Mayo
JACKSON – Regis McGann
JULIA – Kate Miller
TEDDIE – Alex Nalbach
STERLING – Dennis Runkle
PEGGY – Alli St. John
PRICE – Lou Will
CHARLES – Brandon Wurgess

More The Ghost Train videos…

Meet the Costume Designer for “The Ghost Train” – Candace Lipton

Meet Cast Members Mark Mayo and Katie Simone Atkinson

Meet Cast Members Alex Nalbach and Jean Cummins

Meet Cast Members Brandon Wurgess and Alli St. John


Nuncrackers: The Nunsense Christmas Musical

November 13 – December 13, 2015

A musical comedy by Dan Goggin
Directed by Kim Mihalik
Music Direction by Jayne Kacik

Nuncrackers cast – Sarah Rish as Sister Amnesia, Kate Miller as Sister Robert Anne, Marthan Brown as Reverand Mother, Grace Davis & Philip Sutherland as Students, Ian Atwood as Father Virgil, Susan Weber as Sister Hubert, Abby Twining as Sister Leo

The Little Sisters of Hoboken are back! This delightful holiday romp opens with the nuns of Mount St. Helen’s preparing for their first Christmas television show in the convent basement. But, of course, things don’t go as planned and mayhem quickly ensues.
Laced with parodies of your favorite holiday carols, Nuncrackers is a light-hearted and high spirited spoof of everything Christmas.

The Cast
SISTER LEO – Abby Twining
STUDENTS – Grace Davis & Philip Sutherland

More “Nuncrackers” videos:

Meet Cast Members Marthan Brown and Susan Weber

Meet Cast Members Ian Atwood and Abby Twining

Meet Cast Members Kate Miller and Sarah Rish

Meet Cast Members Grace Davis and Philip Sutherland


January 15 – February 7, 2016

A drama by David Auburn
Directed by Anne Mc Evoy

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best Play, “Proof” is the story of Catherine, a troubled young woman who has spent years caring for her brilliant yet mentally unstable father. Now, upon his death, she seeks to find authorship of a landmark mathematical proof discovered among his papers. But the question remains – how much of her father’s genius has she inherited, and how much of his madness?

The Cast
HAL – Nicholas Chokan
ROBERT – Robert Hawkes
CATHERINE – Rachel Lee Kolis
CLAIRE – Renee Schilling

Miracle on South Division Street

March 11 – April 3, 2016 (no performance on Sunday, March 27)

A comedy/drama by Tom Dudzick
Directed by Rob Gibb

Miracle on South Division Street Cast: Allison Naso as Beverly, Jeff Bartholomew as Jimmy, Debbie Jenkins as Ruthie and Margy Haas as Clara
Miracle on South Division Street Cast: Allison Naso as Beverly, Jeff Bartholomew as Jimmy, Debbie Jenkins as Ruthie and Margy Haas as Clara

Meet the Nowak family, a lovable clan of dysfunctional adults from Buffalo, New York whose matriarch, Clara, fervently protects the family’s 20-foot high shrine to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The statue was built by her father who claims to have once had a vision of Mary in his barbershop. But now a deathbed confession begins to test the family’s hope and faith in miracles.

The Cast
JIMMY – Jeff Bartholomew
CLARA – Margy Haas
RUTHIE – Debbie Jenkins
BEVERLY – Allison Naso


May 6 – 29, 2016

A romantic comedy by Don Gordon
Directed by Chris Bizub

Panache Cast & Crew – Chris Bizub-Director, Brett Miller as Harry Baldwin, Jenny Erbs as Kathleen Trafalgar Back: Margy Haas, Mary Kahelin, Richie Lynch, Maggie Swor, Casey McCann as Jumbo Dombroski, Lance Switzer, Ron Newell, Colin P. McCauley as Irwin Alcott, Leah Kraynak as Laura, Gig Giauque

Take Harry, a short-order cook from Brooklyn, and Kathleen, a Scarsdale socialite, and put them together in this quirky, romantic comedy. Kathleen has tracked down Harry in hopes of buying his one-of-a-kind vanity license plate, but Harry’s not budging. This story is a heartwarming play about two people from different backgrounds who both, in search of life’s intangibles, find that perhaps they are not so different after all.

The Cast
LAURA – Leah Kraynak
IRWIN ALCOTT – Colin P. McCauley
HARRY BALDWIN – Brett Miller