Plaza Suite (September 19 – October 5, 2002)

A Comedy by Neil Simon “A wonderfully happy and gratifying evening of sheer entertainment. Richly funny!” “Stage Centre Productions gives us a fine ‘Plaza Suite’ … The actors’ energy never flags” – Mirror/Guardian Hilarity abounds in this portrait of three couple successively occupying a suite at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. A suburban couple takes the suite while … Continue reading

A Christmas Carol (November 20 – December 6, 2002)

A Pageant by Charles Dickens, adapted by John Mortimer “And so, as Tiny Tim observed, God Bless Us, Every One!” Dramatized with wit and flair in a version first performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1994, this adaptation of the ageless story beautifully captures Dickens’ ironic point of view while creating a panoramic view of Victorian London. All of … Continue reading

Sweet Bird of Youth (January 9-25, 2003)

A Drama by Tennessee Williams “Once again, a bolt of thunder has been hurled by Williams, and the theatre reverberates to its roar!” The Princess, an aging motion picture actress in flight from her latest screen disaster, picks up Chance Wayne, a young hustler. Taking advantage of her drunkenness, and his own youth and good looks he lures her to … Continue reading

An Inspector Calls (March 6-22, 2003)

A Thriller by J.B. Priestley “A psychologically adept work and a most engaging play!” Though ostensibly a remarkably clear and effective drama, an air of mystic unreality underlies An Inspector Calls. When a young girl commits suicide in an English industrial city, an eminently respectable British family is subject to a routine enquiry in connection with the death. An inspector … Continue reading

She Stoops to Conquer (May 1-17, 2003)

A Farce by Oliver Goldsmith “Witty . Charming! . Entertaining!” A wonderful rollicking Restoration comedy! Eighteenth century England comes to life in this riotously funny comedy of manners. Two well-to-do young gentlemen, Marlow and Hastings, mistake the baronial country home of Squire Hardcastle for a roadside inn. As they meet the family so they treat them as employees of a … Continue reading