The Crucible (May 5-14, 2011)

A Drama by Arthur Miller Winner of the 1953 Tony Award for best play, this exciting drama about the Puritan purge of witchcraft in old Salem, Massachusetts, is both a gripping historical play, and a timely parable of our contemporary society. The plays shows how small lies — children’s lies — build and build, until a whole town is aroused … Continue reading

‘Art’ (March 10-19, 2011)

A Drama by Yasmina Reza. Translated by Christopher Hampton How much would you pay for a white painting? Would it matter who the painter was? Would it be art? One of Marc’s best friends, Serge, has just purchased such a painting. To Marc, the painting is a joke, but Serge insists that Marc doesn’t have the proper standards to judge the work. … Continue reading

Inherit the Wind (January 13-22, 2011)

A Drama by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee “A masterpiece! To see a play once, twice, three times, and each time to leave the theatre as deeply moved, as enlightened, as lifted up, as magnificently entertained—this is the test!” – Columbus, Ohio, Citzen This is the play that has as its genesis the events of the famous Scopes trial … Continue reading

Little Women (November 18-27, 2010)

A Drama by John D. Ravold from the novel by Louisa May Alcott “A wonderful way to start the Holiday Season!” – Artistic Director L. Garth Allen A dramatization of Louisa M. Alcott’s beloved novel, Little Women. It is the classic story that has entertained and moved generations with the travails of the March family and their loves and loyalties. From … Continue reading

An Inspector Calls (September 30 – October 9, 2010)

A Thriller by J. B. Priestly 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 subjected to a routine inquiry in connection with the death. An inspector calls to interrogate them. To some degree, all … Continue reading