2019 - 2020

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Wonderful Life

November 21 - 23 @ 7PM

George Bailey has spent his entire life giving up his big dreams for the good of his town, Bedford Falls, as seen in flashback. But in the present, on Christmas Eve, he is broken over the misplacing of an $8000 loan and the machinations of the evil millionaire Mr. Potter. His guardian angel, Clarence, falls to earth, literally, and shows him how his town, family, and friends would have turned out if he had never been born. George meant so much to so many people; should he really throw it all away?

Trap

February 27- 29 @ 7PM

An incomprehensible event: every person in the audience of a highschool play falls unconscious--every person except one. Using interviews with witnesses, loved ones, first responders, and the investigators pursuing the case, a theatre ensemble brings the story of the strange event to life, documentary-style. But as the strands weave together into an increasingly dangerous web, it becomes clear that this phenomenon might not be entirely in the past. Unnerving, exhilarating, and wildly inventive, you've never seen anything quite like Trap.

This play contains mature themes and language. Recommended for 13 years of age and older.

Check, Please!

April 30 - May 2 @ 7PM

Dating can be hard - especially when your date happens to be a raging kleptomaniac, or your grandmother's bridge partner, or a mine.. Check, Please follows a series of blind dinner dates that could not get any worse - until they do. Next in Check, Please: Take 2, a former couple is forced by their friends to go back into the dating pool. Unfortunately, that dating pool is filled with a foot-reading psychic, a frustrated polygamist, and an exterme accountant. And a pirate. But are blind dates really that unbearable? Yes. Yes, they are. Finally, the trilogy is complete with Check, Please: Take 3 which follows the dame former couple as they try to maintain a friendship while looking for the perfect partner. The course of true love never did run smooth, but does it have to be quite so rocky?