Nov. 6-8, 2020

The Lambchop family is having a slumber party, and the kids are wishing on a star. You'll never guess what happens next! It's a wonderful adventure with Stanley and his friends. Watch for all the surprises! 

Nov. 6-8, 2020

It is 1977, and a reporter for the New York Times has been granted access to the art studio and inner sanctum of actor/comedian/artist/madman Zero Mostel ... and YOU are that reporter. Join the legendary star of The Producers and Fiddler on the Roof as he takes you on a wild ride through the ups and downs of his historic life - from the stage of the famed New York hotspot Cafe Society to the set of any number of great Broadway hits to the halls of Congress, where he was forced to stand up to the destructive ambitions of the House Un-American Activities Committee.

Nov. 27-29, 2020

Set in the home of Emily Dickenson in Amherst, Massachusetts 1845-1886, this one-woman play tells Emily’s story through anecdotes based on biographical information, her letters and her poems.  As Emily reminisces about the people and experiences in her life, we come to understand the individual and how she chose to live as she did.

Postponed - New dates once we're safe

To ensure the health and safety of our patrons, casts, crews and volunteers, and to continue to comply with state and local public health stay-at-home orders, we are postponing the remainder of our 2020 season. It is our goal to present these shows when it is safe to do so, but as of now, it is uncertain when that will be. All season and pre-purchased tickets will be good at any of our upcoming shows, and we thank you for your continued support.

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