Season 82 Tickets

Season 82 Overview

Play Written By Directed By Performance Dates
Don't Dress For Dinner Marc Camoletti Richard Ryan Sep 16—Oct 16, 2011
To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee
adapted by Christopher Sergel
James Dunn Nov 11—Dec 11, 2011
She Stoops to Conquer Oliver Goldsmith Judy Holmes Jan 19—Feb 19, 2012
Twentieth Century Ben Hecht & Chris MacArthur
adapted by Ken Ludwig
Billie Cox Mar 22—Apr 22, 2012
The Night of the Iguana Tennessee Williams Cris Cassell May 17—Jun 17, 2012
Greater Tuna Williams and Sears Linda Dunn Jul 12—Aug 12, 2012
 
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Don't Dress For Dinner

by Marc Camoletti, Translated by Robin Hawden
Directed by Richard Ryan, Production Manager - Josh Garcia Carter
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What does it take to run for seven years  in London’s West End?  This is it. A terrific classical farce, complete with mistaken identities, secrets covered up and uncovered, frustrated infidelity and fallen soufflés.

Performance dates:
Sept 16 — Oct 16, 2011

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To Kill a Mockingbird

by Harper Lee, adapted by Christopher Sergel
Directed by James Dunn, Production Manager - Bob Wilson

 

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Harper Lee’s story of moral courage and family love has been a success as a book (Pulitzer Prize 1960), a movie and a wonderful play

New performances added:
December 16 and 17 at 8pm
December 18 at 2pm

Performance dates:
Nov 11—Dec 18, 2011
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She Stoops to Conquer

by Oliver Goldsmith
Directed by: Judy Holmes  Production Manager: Linda Dunn
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Talk-back sessions
after the performance,
Friday Jan 27 
and
 Sunday Jan 29.

Goldsmith’s comic masterpiece has endured and delighted since its first production in 1773.  It was perhaps the first “situation comedy”.

Comically charged…Goldsmith knew how to make people laugh… A comedy of its time, for all times.”  New York Times, 2009

Performance dates:
Jan 19 — Feb 19, 2012

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Twentieth Century

by Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur, adapted by Ken Ludwig
Directed by - Billie Cox, Production Manager - Karen Laffey
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Larger-than-Life Broadway impresario Oscar Jaffe must woo former protégé Lily Garland, now a Hollywood starlet, to rescue his failing theatre career. Along with his eccentric entourage, Oscar devises a scheme aboard the famous Twentieth Century LTD route between Chicago and NYC. Will he win her back?  Based on an actual legendary producer, this rapid-fire screwball comedy dazzles with dialogue and its romantic plot twists.  All Aboard!

Performance dates:
March 23- April 22, 2012

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The Night of the Iguana

by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Cris Cassell, Production Manager - Wood Lockhart
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Talk back sessions
after performances
Sunday May 27 and
Sunday June 10

In the exotic world of the Mexican coastal jungle, Tennessee Williams has given us an equally exotic collection of characters in search of redemption.

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Williams birth with a play Time saw as “at the moving, tormented heart of the human condition.”

Performance dates:
May 17 - June 17, 2012
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Greater Tuna

by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard
Directed by: Linda Dunn  Production Manager: Madge Grahn
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Y’all come and visit Tuna, Texas – the proudly third smallest town in the state.  You’ll howl as you spend a day with the folks at radio station OKKK, the Greater Tuna Humane Society and more...

Performance dates:
Jul 12 - Aug 12, 2012

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