Take a look back at the productions from our 76th season. There were 15 total productions offered between June 2004 and May 2005 including two special events. To view production details simply click on the show logo.
June 11 - June 26
There was the guy who cleaned the chalkboards and the kid who pushed the AV cart. And the beautiful cheerleader and that mean, old Mrs. what's-her-name that taught English. What ever happened to them?
September 24 - October 16
Polish up all seventy-six trombones and strike up the band as we open our season with one of the most beloved celebrations of Americana to ever grace the stage. That's right, we've got trouble right here in River City
October 22 - November 6
The popular Stephen King novel comes shockingly to life in this stage adaptation. After being rescued from a car accident, author Paul Sheldon comes face to face with his number one fan - Annie Wilkes.
October 27 - October 31
Raggedy Ann, America's most endearing folk doll, comes to life in this stage adaptation that captures the imagination and hearts of children of all ages. This freewheeling romp combines an action-packed plot with lively audience participation.
November 19 - December 18
We are proud to be the first community theatre in the country to be granted permission to bring this beloved "tale as old as time" to the stage. Disney's Beauty and the Beast is the classic story of
November 18 - December 11
Having lost his first wife Elvira seven years previously, author Charles Condomine has remarried and is more or less happy with his new wife Ruth. In researching his latest work, Charles invites a local medium, Madame Arcati, to conduct a séance.
January 21 - February 12
Everybody's favorite "boy-meets-girl, plant-eats-world" story introduces us to Seymour Krelbourn, a meek Skid Row florist who makes a Faustian pact with a tiny plant in order to win the heart of Audrey, the girl he loves.
February 4 - February 19
This celebration of the mating game shines a fun-filled light on the truths and myths behind that modern mystery known as "the relationship". The whole crazy world of courtship and marriage provides the background for this off-Broadway musical smash.
March 11 - March 19
Twelve-year-old Whit thinks Carly, who has just moved to town, is the ugliest girl in the universe. She is also the smartest person Whit has ever met. Carly is obsessed with dinosaurs, and Whit becomes obsessed with Carly.
March 18 - April 3
Tragedy tomorrow, comedy tonight! The streets of Rome are paved with hilarity in this fast-paced comedic romp. One of the funniest musicals ever written unfolds as the crafty slave Pseudolus struggles to win the hand of a beautiful
The Ladies of the Corridor is a sharply funny and wryly sympathetic look behind the closed doors of New York City's Hotel Marlow. Following the death of her husband, Lulu Ames moves into the hotel and immediately embarks on a romance with a much younger man.
April 8 - April 23
Part history lesson and part theatrical insight, this fictional encounter between William Shakespeare and the formidable Queen Elizabeth I offers poignant reflections on grief, love, the nature of friendship, and the power of art.
April 28 - May 1
No menu necessary at the world's greatest restaurant, the Caf du Grand Boeuf in Paris. Why? "Because we have everything," head-waiter, Claude admonishes waiter-in-training Antoine. On this hot July night in 1961, the two join waitress Mimi and chef Gaston
May 6 - May 28
The mood is decidedly Ziegfeldian as the curtain rises on a Follies-style tribute to legendary humorist Will Rogers. As the "New Ziegfeld Girls" sing about the "Will-a-Mania" that has swept the nation, Will's incredible life story unfolds
May 13 - May 21
Rosie, the sassiest kid on her block, entertains herself and her friends by acting out show-biz fantasies. Rosie is a star. She sings. She dances. She acts. She simply exudes glamour.