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Book by George Furth
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Vincent J. Orduña
Musical Direction by Paul Linnes

9 June 2017 — 24 June 2017

Thursdays 7:30 PM | Fridays 8:00 PM | Saturdays 8:00 PM | Sundays 2:00 PM

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The 32nd Annual Summer Teen Musical:

All Shook Up

By Joe DiPietro
Featuring Music by Elvis Presley

Direction by John Tembreull, Music Direction by Sedrik Spradling

4 August 2017 — 19 August 2017

Tickets for individual shows will go on sale July 1.

All Shook Up is a musical comedy built around a number of songs made famous by Elvis Presley, but it is not a biographical revue. It takes place in 1955, somewhere in middle America, where one girl's dream and a surprise visit from a mysterious leather–jacketed, guitar–playing stranger help a small town to discover the magic of romance and the power of rock & roll. Among the songs featured in the score are classics like "Heartbreak Hotel," "Love Me Tender," "Don't Be Cruel," and "Can't Help Falling in Love."

Yankee Tavern

By Steven Dietz

Direction by Anthony Pallozzi

22 September 2017 — 7 October 2017

Tickets for individual shows will go on sale July 1.

This play is set in a dusty old New York City bar. Here a charismatically cantankerous regular argues with talk–radio hosts and anyone else nearby on the wildest of government conspiracy theories. The young man behind the bar satirically derails his rants while his fiancée addresses invitations for their wedding. Then a stranger walks in and orders a beer for himself and his invisible buddy, setting off a topsy–turvy thriller that grips you until the very last word. It's an Alfred Hitchcock meets Oliver Stone edge–of–your–seat thriller.

To Be Announced

8 December 2017 — 23 December 2017

Tickets for individual shows will go on sale July 1.

The Cocktail Hour

By A. R. Gurney

Direction by Bill Huls

9 February 2018 — 24 February 2018

Tickets for individual shows will go on sale July 1.

The time is the mid '70s, the place a city in upstate New York. John, a playwright, returns to his family's house, bringing with him a new play which he has written about them. His purpose is to obtain their permission to proceed with production, but his wealthy, very proper parents are cautious from the outset. For them the theatre is personified by the gracious, comforting era of the Lunts and Ina Claire, and they are disturbed by the bluntness of modern plays. And there is also John's sister Nina to contend with, although her reservations have to do with the fact that John has given her character such a minor role. Their confrontation takes place during the ritual of the cocktail hour, and as the martinis flow so do the recriminations and revelations, both funny and poignant.

A West–Coast Premiere!

See Alice Run

By Anne Pié

Direction by Curt Hetherington

6 April 2018 — 21 April 2018

Tickets for individual shows will go on sale July 1.

Brothers Randy and Sherman couldn't be more opposite. Randy is gay and flamboyant, while Sherman is up–tight, and sees life in black and white. Their Aunt Becky's mental lapses and multiple personalities have caused them to find safer arrangements for her. Randy realizes that he and Sherman are the last of their line. One of them MUST have a child to carry on the family name. Randy is physically unable; so, he coerces Sherman into fulfilling this duty. However, Sherman has a rare physical abnormality and he will require chemical assistance. Enter Alice Perkins. She wants a baby, and the brothers need one. The result is hilarious chaos!

Cabaret

Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Book by Joe Masteroff

Direction by Vincent Orduña, Music Direction by Paul Linnes

8 June 2018 — 23 June 2018

Tickets for individual shows will go on sale July 1.

In a Berlin nightclub, as the 1920s draw to an end, a garish Master of Ceremonies welcomes the audience and assures them they will forget all their troubles at the CABARET. With the Emcee's bawdy songs as wry commentary, CABARET explores the dark, heady, and tumultuous life of Berlin's natives and expatriates as Germany slowly yields to the emerging Third Reich. Cliff, a young American writer newly arrived in Berlin, is immediately taken by English singer Sally Bowles. Meanwhile, Fräulein Schneider, proprietor of Cliff and Sally's boardinghouse, tentatively begins a romance with Herr Schultz, a mild–mannered fruit seller who happens to be Jewish. Musical numbers include "Willkommen," "Cabaret," "Don't Tell Mama", and "Two Ladies."