October 7 - 12 (two shows on the 12th)
Entertainer Eddie Miles is back for his fourth year, presenting an intimate solo performance of the "King." This amazing tribute also includes a salute to the legends of country. The experts all agree Eddie is simply the best!
October 14 - November 16
A witty, wonderful mystery comedy in which Columbo would feel right at home. The puzzle begins when a man's wife disappears on their honeymoon. Suddenly, a young woman appears, insisting she's the missing bride and she even has a priest to back up her story! So what's really going on? Intrigue is the theme of this fascinating who-dunnit that will have you guessing until the very end.
November 18 - December 31
When advertising executive Timothy Westerby hits his head on the morning of his daughter's wedding, he awakens to find himself in the company of Polly Perkins, a 1920's Flapper girl straight out of his current advertising campaign, who no-one else can see or hear! When another bump on the head transports Timothy back to 1926 and the Savoy Hotel, the carefully planned wedding preparations disintegrate into chaos.
January 9 - February 15
(One of the most popular plays ever produced.)
This classic American comedy involves Elwood P. Dowd, who starts to introduce his imaginary friend, Harvey (a six-and-a-half-foot rabbit) to guests at a dinner party. Finally his sister has seen too much and tries to get him committed to a “unique” sanitarium. Pretty soon Elwood isn’t the only one who sees Harvey.
February 17 - March 15
(A charming romantic comedy.)
Children’s author Andy Robbins has been an unhappy bachelor since his divorce from his former collaborator Ellen. On one incredible day Ellen reenters his life (eight months pregnant), his agent arrives with a TV contract that needs both their signatures, as a beautiful lawyer appears to wrap up the deal. Then Ellen’s mother makes an unexpected appearance! Andy tries to fix things up yet only makes things worse! Completely rattled Andy lies and introduces the lawyer as his agent’s fiancée while he tries to get Ellen to sign a contract she opposes. Come and watch the hilarity as Andy tries to win his wife and career back by final curtain.
March 17 - April 26
(It’s a scream!)
You saw the hit film, now see it live on stage and you’ll be singing, “Feed me Seymour!” A geeky aspiring botanist discovers an unusual plant during a solar eclipse. The plant, which brings Seymour instant fame and fortune, has strange and increasingly bloodthirsty nutritional needs. This wild, hilarious musical has a great pop score by Disney’s Oscar winners who wrote “The Little Mermaid” and “Aladdin.”
April 28 - May 23
(You’ll laugh all the way down the aisle!)
A Southern wedding goes hilariously off course with its Gone With the Wind theme, a reception catered by Clovis Sanford’s House of Meat (with potluck side items), and a missing bride and groom. This fast-paced comedy is about love, marriage, sisterhood, gospel music and three hundred pounds of good, ol’ Texas barbecue.
May 26 - June 28
(“At once amusing and truly endearing.” - NY Post)
The Show begins with Michael and Agnes’ wedding night and follows them through fifty years of marriage. This musical journey is at times blissful, often hysterical and always entertaining. From wedding night jitters, to the first pregnancy, to mid-life crises, it’s a musical handbook on the art of marriage.
June 30 - July 26
(A classic comedy about feuding in-laws!)
Jerry Sloan and his wife are very happy until his mother and her father move in and the peace is disturbed by constant (and hilarious) squabbles. “Squabbles will lift your spirits, make you laugh, and leave you with a warm feeling.” - Newsweekly
July 28 - September 6
A headstrong “flower girl“ from the streets is transformed into a belle of British society. Show-stopping tunes include “Get Me to the Church on Time,’’ “The Rain in Spain,” and the unforgettable
“I Could Have Danced All Night.” You won’t want to miss one of Broadway’s greatest musical comedies!
(Kids only $10 for this family classic.)
September 8 - October 11
(This is a beautiful Southern comedy that many compare to Steel Magnolias.)
During the waning days of WWII, six very different women of the Ivy Gap First Baptist Church meet to roll bandages and plan the church’s 75th anniversary. While performing their duties, they share secrets, aspirations and desires. Act two opens 25 years later, as our six reunite and with humor and melancholy, they find comfort, forgiveness and redemption in each other.
October 13 - November 15
(The funniest who dunnit Agatha Christie never wrote!)
This hilarious spoof of the best of Agatha Christie traditions is set in a country manor house in the 1930’s, with an assembled cast of characters guaranteed to delight. The play introduces the inept and bungling Inspector Pratt, who battles against the odds to solve the murder of the house’s owner. It soon becomes clear that the murderer isn’t finished yet, but will the murderer be unmasked before everyone has met their doom, or will the audience die laughing first?
November 17 - December 31
(A guaranteed Laugh riot!)
Tommy Briggs, a young soft drink executive has to convince his boss that he is married (which he isn’t) and has a child (which he doesn’t) in order to get his raise. Cases of mistaken identities, disappearing clothing and meddling friends make this play a sure thing to brighten anyone’s holidays!