Night Must Fall (September 18 – October 4, 2003)

A Thriller by Emlyn Williams It is no secret that Danny, a bellhop who arrives at the Bramson bungalow, has already murdered one woman and there is little doubt that he will soon murder another, the aged owner of the house. He carefully insinuates himself into her affections while preventing her niece, who has guessed his history, from giving him … Continue reading

The Three Musketeers (November 20 – December 6, 2003)

A Comedy by Peter Raby, adapted from the Alexandre Dumas novel A rousing, rollicking and eminently stage-worthy version of the classic “swashbuckler,” first presented by Canada’s Stratford Festival. Everyone is familiar with the renowned adventures of D’Artagnan and his three fellow musketeers, Athos, Porthos and Aramis, as they fight for king and country with frequent detours involving wine, women and … Continue reading

The Glass Menagerie (January 15-31, 2004)

A Drama by Tennessee Williams One of the most famous plays of the modern theatre and a drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty! Amanda is a faded, tragic remnant of Southern gentility who lives in poverty in a dingy St. Louis apartment with her son, Tom and her daughter, Laura. Amanda strives to give meaning and direction to her … Continue reading

The Importance of Being Earnest (May 6-22, 2004)

A Comedy by Oscar Wilde This masterpiece is probably the most famous of all comedies! It revolves wittily around the most ingenious case of manufactured mistaken identity ever put into a play. Jack Worthing is madly in love with the honourable Gwendolyn Fairfax, daughter of the indomitable Lady Bracknell and cousin to his longtime friend and man-about-town, Algernon Moncrieff. Jack … Continue reading