The Children’s Hour

The Children’s Hour Sept  15 – October 7, 2000 By Lillian Hellman Directed by Michael Driscoll One of the great successes of this distinguished writer. A serious and adult play about two women who run a school for girls. After a malicious youngster starts a rumor about the two women, the rumor soon turns to … Read more

Master Class

    Master Class June 1-23, 2001 by Terrence McNally Directed by Michael Driscoll   Maria Callas is teaching a master class in front of an audience (us). She’s glamorous, commanding, larger than life—and drop-dead funny. An accompanist sits at the piano. Callas’ first “victim” is Sophie, a ridiculous, overly-perky soprano, dressed all in pink. … Read more

Anything Goes

Anything Goes August 3 – 25, 2001 Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter Book by Guy Bolton, P.G. Wodehouse, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse Directed by Devid Pacheco   The age-old tale of Boy-Meets-Girl and the complications which ensue intrigue every audience, and no musical puts it on stage better than ANYTHING GOES. This show is … Read more

Not About Nightingales

 Not About Nightingales January 12- February 3, 2000 By Tennessee Williams Directed by Johnathan Weirzbicki     An early work by the revered playwright that caused a recent sensation in Houston, New York, and London, this is a raw, sprawling dramatization of real events at a Philadelphia prison in 1937. Convicts who led a hunger … Read more

City Of Angels


Oct 27 – Nov 18, 2000

Music by Cy Coleman

Lyrics by David Zippel

Book by Larry Gelbart

Directed by Richard Baker

The story follows Stein, a fiction writer in Hollywood trying to adapt his own detective novel into a screenplay. As the action begins, we meet Stone, Stein’s detective, in the hospital with a bullet wound. As Stone relates the story of his injury, Stein begins to rewrite his story. As he rewrites, the “movie” is rewound and the actors move and speak backwords. As Stein buries himself in the fantasy world of his detective story, however, his personal life begins to fall apart. When his wife leaves him, he must make some decisions about what is really important in his life.

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  April 9 – 25, 2010 By Ira Levin Directed by John Correll   One of the great popular successes of recent Broadway history, this ingeniously constructed play offers a rare and skillful blending of two priceless theatrical ingredients—gasp-inducing thrills and spontaneous laughter. Dealing with the devious machinations of a writer of thrillers whose recent … Read more

Man of LaMancha

    Man of La Mancha March 9-31, 2001   Directed by Tina Lee   This is a play-within-a-play, based on Cervantes’ “Don Quixote.” We have a poignant story of a dying old man whose impossible dream takes over his mind. It’s All the Same, Dulcinea, I’m Only Thinking of Him, The Impossible Dream, I Really Like … Read more