By Peter Quilter
In 1944, New York’s Carnegie Hall was sold out for a performance by Florence Foster Jenkins, the worst opera singer in the world. For 30 years she had inspired tears and raucous laughter among her listeners. But her enthusiasm was contagious. You too will laugh, cry or both to this heartwarming tale of a woman who sang for the love of singing, whether the audience appreciated her or not.
Jan 25 – Feb 10, 2018
By Diana Son
LOVE IS FRIENDSHIP THAT HAS CAUGHT FIRE— Ann Landers Funny, Sad and Sweet , STOP KISS is the story of Sara and Callie, two smart, engaging young women who discover how a Simple Act can change everything in a Single Heartbeat. For Better or For Worse.Thought provoking and ultimately moving, STOP KISS reveals that Love Isn’t Something You Find. Love Is Something That Finds You.
April 5-21 2018
by Tom Stoppard
Two minor characters from the play ‘Hamlet’ stumble around unaware of their scripted lives and unable to deviate from them.
Rosencrantz is an erudite comedy, punning, far-fetched, leaping from depth to dizziness.
The play has remained in almost continuous production somewhere in the world ever since.
June 7 – 23 2018
By Arthur Laurents, Jule Styne & Stephen Sondheim
The classic musical Gypsy is loosely based on the memoirs of striptease artist Gypsy Rose Lee. In the words of one critic, the play “casts an affectionate eye on the hardships of show business life.” Gypsy has delighted audiences around the world almost continuously since its New York premiere in 1959.
* Pending performance rights