February 2 - 12, 2017
When fast-talking Harold Hill hears that no traveling salesman has ever won over stubborn River City, Iowa, he decides to give it a try! His biggest challenge is Marian the librarian, and in the process of trying to charm her, he falls in love himself. The Music Man celebrates a terrific score of marches, love songs and Barbershop quartets, along with great dance numbers and a family-friendly story.
September 29 – October 9, 2016
This new adaptation of the beloved Gothic novel imaginatively incorporates haunting visual images, dreamlike memories and innovative staging. Orphaned Jane Eyre overcomes her lonely and abusive childhood to become an accomplished governess for Mr. Rochester’s ward at mysterious Thornfield, a place with dark and terrifying secrets. Her psychological journey allows her to triumph over the oppression of the Victorian era, in a script that Chicago Magazine called “a tide of loving and sure storytelling that treats its audience with reverence and respect.”
March 31 - April 10, 2016
A brilliant and respected university professor, known for her teaching of the difficult and metaphysical poems of John Donne, is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Throughout the course of her experimental treatments, she comes to an understanding of her work, and her life, with profound humor. Winner of the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the New York Times called WIT a “brutally human and beautifully layered new play…you feel both enlightened and, in a strange way, enormously comforted.” Presented in an intimate staging atmosphere, WIT is sure to move you.
February 4-14, 2016
A perfect choice as we head into Valentine’s Day, this romantic tale of a 17th-century French poet and swordsman will warm your heart. Cyrano has a soul as big as his outsized nose, but can his unabashed gallantry overcome his quirky appearance to win Roxanne—his heart’s true love? Between the swashbuckling and the love poetry there’s something for everyone in this epic retelling of one of theatre’s great classics!
October 1-11, 2015
Father of the Bride, a romantic comedy set in the ‘50s, was later made into a movie with Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor. It all starts when Stanley Banks first hears that his daughter, Kay, is engaged. Everyone else is happy—they like Kay’s football-playing fiancé—but the news is a shock to Stanley. He struggles not only with the chaos of a growing guest list, and florists and furniture movers taking over the house, but with the realization that his little girl has grown up.
March 19–29, 2015
This cautionary tale about the power of rumor, innuendo, and doubt won both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play in 2005.
January 29 - February 8, 2015
In the little village of Anatevka, Tevye, a poor dairyman, tries to instill in his five daughters the traditions of his tight-knit Jewish community in the face of changing social mores and the growing anti-Semitism of Czarist Russia. Rich in historical and ethnic detail, Fiddler on the Roof has touched audiences around the world with its humor, warmth, and honesty. The universal theme of tradition cuts across barriers of race, nationality, and religion and will leave you experiencing it all — laughter, sadness, and joy.
October 2-4 and 9-12, 2014
Based on Louis May Alcott’s American novel, this adaptation brings the story to life with humor, tenderness, and tenacity. You’ll see the women of the March family and the men they love as they struggle to follow their hopes and dreams during the trials of the Civil War. This classic favorite celebrates the rich nuances of family and friendship.