2018 - 2019 Performance Schedule


Agnes of God
6.15.18 - 7.1.18

By: John Pielmeier

Directed by: Paula Keenan

Dr. Martha Livingston (Rachel Borwein) is a court-appointed psychiatrist sent to evaluate Sister Agnes (Kathleen Thomas), a young nun whose infant has been found strangled. With Agnes claiming a virgin conception and having no memory of giving birth, Livingston must distinguish between the lies and the nun's perception-altering faith. Complicating her investigation, Livingston continually clashes with the overbearing Mother Miriam Ruth (Mary Jane Disco) , who insists that Livingston leave Agnes alone.


I'll Eat You Last
10.5.18 - 10.21.18

By: John Logan

Directed by: Erin Laughlin

For more than 20 years, Sue Mengers' (Patti Caroli) clients were the biggest names in show business: Barbra Streisand, Faye Dunaway, Burt Reynolds, Ali MacGraw, Gene Hackman, Cher, Candice Bergen, Ryan O'Neal, Nick Nolte, Mike Nichols, Gore Vidal, Bob Fosse…If her clients were the talk of the town, she was the town, and her dinner parties were the envy of Hollywood. Now, you're invited into her glamorous Beverly Hills home for an evening of dish, dirty secrets and all the inside showbiz details only Sue can tell you.


Burn This
1.11.19 - 2.3.19

By: Lanford Wilson

A powerful, electrifying work by the playwright whom many regard as our theatre's finest living writer.


Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
3.8.19 - 3.24.19

By: Christopher Durang

In this hilarious comedy, Vanya and his adopted sister, Sonia, live a quiet life in the Pennsylvania farmhouse where they grew up, while their sister Masha travels the world as a movie star. Just as their cleaning woman issues a warning about terrible events in their future, Masha returns for an unannounced visit with her 20-something boy toy Spike in tow. And so begins this unforgettable family reunion filled with rivalry, regret and racket.


The Glass Menagerie
SUMMER 2019

By: Tennessee Williams

The Glass Menagerie is a memory play by Tennessee Williams that premiered in 1944.  The play has strong autobiographical elements, featuring characters based on Williams himself, his histrionic mother, and his mentally fragile sister Rose.

The play is introduced to the audience by Tom, the narrator and protagonist, with his recollection of his mother Amanda and his sister Laura.

A drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty, THE GLASS MENAGERIE is one of the most famous plays of the modern theater.