2020 Season

The Boys Next Door By Tom Griffin

Tentative dates: August 14-16 & 20-23

Directed by Jenn Soukkala

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Services

Four intellectually disabled men share a house and are looked after by Jack, their social worker. The four men try to make sense of a mixed-up world, dealing with everything from runaway rodents to helping Norman, who has a new girlfriend. Jack’s life with his wife is put on hold, and he feels it’s time to let them go.

Ticket Prices: Adults $20 <> Students & Seniors $18

Finishing School by Elaine Liner


Directed by Samantha Lorenz

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing

Al and Wizzers daily ritual — shooting the bull about sports, women loved and lost and the many annoyances of aging — are suddenly shaken up by the appearance of a friendly young woman and her flirty mom. Wizzer pep-talks lonely widower Al to convince him to break out of his self-imposed “quantum of solace” and maybe find love again, while also dealing with his own fear of ending up in the memory care unit at their assisted living facility.

Ticket Prices: Adults $20 <> Students & Seniors $18

When Silents Was Golden


Directed by Joel Soukkala & Regina Roemhildt

A tribute to the early years of the twentieth century when silent movies mesmerized and enthralled avid theater audiences. As a building owner and realtor discuss plans to convert an old building, formerly a silent movie studio, into commercial space, ghostly visages of the stars of silent screen who have been living there reveal themselves to the audience. After discouraging a number of potential renters, the stars seek out a team who are attempting to have the building declared an historic site.

Ticket Prices: Adults $7 <> Students $5

In The Game


Directed by Jen Soukkala

For as long as they can remember, Alex and his friends Matt, Chad, and Chelsea have spent Friday nights fighting the undead, casting spells, and rescuing fair maidens with the roll of the dice, a little luck, and a lot of imagination.  This week they have invited a new player, Eddie, to join them. Because it’s his first time playing, he has a lot of questions through which audience members with no gaming experience can understand the action and enjoy the imagined scene that is actually a part of a fantasy role-playing game.  The teens’ goal is to return the “Talisman of Fair Winds” to a desperate village, but they are met with constant frustrations, humorous side quests, and the threat of the all-powerful necromancer! As the action unfolds on stage, the four players (with the guidance of their creative gamemaster) seek adventure in the form of an ogre, a healer, a wizard and an assassin.  But will the dice be kind, or will the teens find their own graves at the end of this quest?


Ticket Prices: Adults $7 <> Students $5

Nunsense by Dan Goggin


Directed by Jodi Hodgson & Larry Anderson
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. 

The Little Sisters of Hoboken discover that their cook, Sister Julia, Child of God, has accidentally poisoned 52 of the sisters, and they are in dire need of funds for the burials. The sisters decide that the best way to raise the money is to put on a variety show, so they take over the school auditorium, which is currently set up for the eighth grade production of “Grease.”

Ticket Prices: Adults $26 <> Students & Seniors $24

A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story of Christmas

Dec. 4th – 6th & 9th – 13th Weekdays at 7 pm, Sundays at 2pm Sat., Nov. 7 at 7pm <> Sat., Dec. 14 at 2pm

Drama By Michael Wilson Directed by Greg Anderson Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service.
This theatrical and spirited version of A CHRISTMAS CAROL puts the phantasmagoric qualities of Charles Dickens’ classic tale center stage. A swirling, dancing chorus of ghosts that weave through this uplifting holiday story of redemption, magic and hope.

The Cratchit family, preparing for a hearty Christmas in spite of their poverty, is dismayed to learn that their father will have to work on Christmas Day, as his employer, Mr. Scrooge, is mean and miserly. On Christmas Eve, after Scrooge dismisses Cratchit with savage ill humor and locks up for the night, his dead partner’s ghost undertakes to show him the error of his ways. When Christmas Day dawns, Scrooge is a changed man and with new joy goes about making amends for his grouchy ways.

Ticket Prices: Adults $20<> Students & Seniors $18