Prelude to a Kiss
by Craig Lucas
Directed by Martha Zimmerman
After a whirlwind courtship, Rita and Peter marry. Following their storybook wedding, an elderly man congratulates Rita with a kiss. This is no ordinary kiss. It is a kiss that will test Peter's love in unimaginable ways. A beautiful story of soul mates.
September 29 - october 9, 2016
BY arthur schnitzler, translation by heinar piller
Directed by Heinar Piller
This controversial and sexually charged play was written in 1897 by Arthur Schnitzler. There have been many translations of the original and this translation, like the others, adheres to the daisy-chain structure. Ten scenes about sex, each obscurely connected to the next. Playful and suggestive!
october 27 - november 6, 2016
The Secret Garden, A musical
Book + Lyrics by marsha norman, music by lucy simon
Directed by Rick Kish
Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, the story of Mary, a recently orphaned 10 year old who has been sent to live with her reclusive uncle. Her uncle's great mansion on the moors is a place of secrets and sadness. "An enchanting classic in beautiful musical style." Wonderful entertainment for all ages.
December 1-11, 2016
Evening performances will start at 7:30pm
Jenny's House of Joy
BY norm foster
Directed by Debra Chantler
Kicking off Canada's 150th year with a play by one of Canada's most prolific and popular playwrights. Set in a house of "ill repute" in Kansas around 1870. Five engaging, raucous, and life-loving "working" women set the record straight on what it takes to live and love on the frontier.
January 12-22, 2017
A Raisin in the Sun
BY lorraine hansberry
Directed by Martin McIntosh
"What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun?" ~ Langston Hughes (1951).
Sacrifice, trust, and love among the Younger family and their heroic struggle to retain dignity is a timeless story of hope and inspiration. The play is as relevant now as it was when it opened on Broadway in 1959.
February 9-19, 2017
BY William Shakespeare
Directed by Kaitlyn Rietdyk
Imagine being shipwrecked and washing up on a foreign shore, barely escaping with your life, separated from your family, not knowing if they are alive or dead. To add to your distress, you are fearful of your status in this strange country, which may or may not welcome you. Once again, Shakespeare proves his relevance in today's world in this comedy of mistaken identities.