2013 - 2014 (56th) Season

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY 
August 22 ~ September 15, 2013  
Directed by
Don Taylor 

The Lords are having a wedding! Tracy Lord, a spoiled daughter of the privileged, finds a reporter and a camera   woman have been sent by a gossip weekly to cover the ceremony.  A surprise visit  by the first husband also stirs up the pot in the Philip Barry screwball comedy classic.  
ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST 
October 3 - 27, 2013 
Directed by
Ben Hall

A con man who pleads insanity to escape his duties on a work farm meets his match when he is sent to a mental hospital where he  finds the cold, calculating head nurse more than he bargained for.  Dale Wasserman's adaptation of the Ken Kesey novel makes for a brilliant evening of theatre. 
A CHRISTMAS CAROL 
November 14 ~ December 8, 2013   
Directed by
Richard Lemin

   In Richard Lemin's telling of "The Second Greatest Christmas Story Ever Told", Dickens himself (as Scrooge's nephew) makes the novel spring literaly to life on stage with all of the memorable and colorful characters we have come to love.
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A FUNNY THING HAPPENED on the WAY to the FORUM
  January 16 ~ February 9, 2014
  Directed by Matthew Sipress

To obtain his freedom, all Pseudolus (a crafty slave) has to do is win the hand of a beautiful, but slow-witted courtesan for his young master.  What stands in the way is a handful of zany characters and songs.  A laugh fest in the Tony Award-winning musical with a Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart book and Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondeim.
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 THE LION IN WINTER
March 6 ~ 30, 2014
Directed by
James Gordon

The gamesmanship between  Henry II and his wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine, makes for one wicked Christmas in 1183 England.  For Eleanor, imprisoned since 1173, is let out every Christmas to visit Henry and her three sons: Richard, Geoffrey and John.  The witty James Goldman dialogue won Tony Awards on Broadway, and the movie won Katharine Hepburn a Best Actress Academy Award.
YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU
April 10 ~ May 4, 2014
Directed By
Angela Prock

One of the wackiest comedies of all time!  Two families are put to the test when rich Tony Kirby falls for Alice Sycamore, whom his parents think is beneath him.  The always vibrant Sycamore family household (with its  fireworks in the basement, printing press in the parlor, and Grandpa not believing in income tax) shocks the Kirbys, until the elder realizes that family is the most important joy in life.  The Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman hit  Kaufman hit was our patrons' number one choice!
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