Anne Frank emerges from history an intensely gifted young girl, who confronts the increasing horror for her time with honesty, wit and determination. An impassioned drama this play captures the claustrophobic realities of their daily existence – their fear, their hope, their laughter and their grief. Anne’s spirit and optimism touches al audiences. This play has garnered every theater award and accolades from critics and patrons alike.
Auditions: December 17th & 18th
Shows: February 21st-March 3rd
It’s Thanksgiving Day and the first family gathering at the Lundeen household since the Patriarch died. Dad comes back as a ghost with a mission; to tell his wife he loved her! The problem is, she can’t see or hear him! Only his son, Carl, can see and talk to dear old dad. All the family members have their own issues and how will Carl deliver Dad’s message? “Hilarious and touching”
Auditions: February 11th & 12th
Shows: April 4th-14th
A zany rich boy meets hometown girl romantic comedy, this musical tells the story of New York banker Bobby Child, who is sent to Deadrock, Nevada to foreclose on a rundown theater. He falls for spunky Polly Baker, the theater owner’s daughter. Polly takes an instant dislike to city slicker Bobby so he resolves to win Polly’s heart and save the theater. Memorable Gershwin tunes from the score include ‘I Got Rhythm,’ ‘Embraceable You,’ and ‘Someone to Watch Over Me.’
Auditions: May 13th, 14th, & 15th
Shows: July 11th-28th
This Tony Award winning play pits the charming rogue, MacMurphy, against very tightly wound and controlling Nurse Ratchet. MacMurphy mistakenly thinks he can get out of a short prison sentence by faking mental illness and going instead to a mental institution. MacMurphy soon takes over the ‘yard’ and accomplishes what the doctors have been unable to do for 12 years – get the mute Indian Chief to talk. He leads the others out of their introversion however his antics soon lead to the horrifying climax.
Auditions: July 29th & 30th
Shows: Sept. 26th-29th, Oct. 4th-6th