Take a look back at the productions from our 77th season. There were 15 total productions offered between September 2005 and May 2006. To view production details simply click on the show logo.
September 30 - October 15
For one brief, shining moment, there was a place known as Camelot. Glittering with wit and glowing with melody, one of the most enduring love stories of all time plays out against a backdrop of pageantry, splendor and romance.
October 7 - October 22
Written over 2,500 years ago by the Greek playwright Euripides, this brutal tale of betrayal and revenge is as fresh and startling as tomorrow's headlines. Vanity and the promise of fame and fortune
November 4 - November 6
The Senior Class Reader's Theatre will present An Evening with Irving Berlin, a lovingly constructed musical review, which serves as a tribute to one of America's greatest composers. His work, which includes I Love a Piano, Always, Blue Skies, White Christmas, Easter Parade, and There's No Business Like Sho Business have become modern day standards.
November 11 - November 19
Robin, with the help of a Merry Man wannabe simply known as the Town's Guy, turns this once-simple legend into a hysterical trip through Sherwood Forest with surprises at every turn.
November 18 - December 11
The timeless enchantment of a magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance. Beautiful young Cinderella finds her life of drudgery at the hands of her stepmother
January 6 - January 21
With a heart as big as its belly-laughs, Over the Tavern is the Catholic equivalent of Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Tender, touching and often outrageously funny, this award-winning play
January 20 - February 4
We're going to zap you back to the Eisenhower era for an electrifying good time at Enrico Fermi High School. The new kid in school, a thug named Jonny shows up in a leather jacket with no "h" in his name because that's how much of a rebel he is!
February 3 - February 11
Welcome to Agrabah, City of Enchantment, where every beggar has a story and every camel has a tail! All of your favorite characters are here in this stage adaptation of the Disney hit,
February 17 - February 18
In a rare and wonderful collaboration with the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, we will present a very special production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Blending Shakespeare's text with the music of Mendelssohn,
March 3 - March 19
This feline phenomenon is the longest running musical in the history of Broadway. Once a year, Jellicle cats from around the city come together in celebration of the Jellicle Ball. As evening turns to daybreak, their leader,
March 10 - April 1
"I made myself platinum, but I was born a dirty blonde." So said Mae West, as only Mae West could. Two fascinating storylines interweave in this romantic comedy with music. One focuses on the dull lives and unlikely courtship of two avid fans
April 7 - April 22
You'll laugh out loud at this farcical tale of a lovable but socially inept Brit who escapes his stressful life by booking a holiday in backwoods USA. He desperately tries to avoid the local yokels by posing as a foreigner
May 5 - May 13
In this stylized Chinese play, a scheming aunt and her chancellor keep the lovely Princess Jade Pure prisoner in her own castle in order to steal the throne. Road Wanderer, a minstrel, passing through the country with his pet dragon,
May 5 - May 7
Following the success of Ladies of the Corridor and An Evening with Irving Berlin, we are happy to be presenting another Senior Class Reader's Theatre production. Paul Osborns' loving tribute to small town life,
May 19 - June 10
Pack your bags for hilarity as we set sail on one of the most tuneful, fun-filled transatlantic voyages imaginable. This gloriously funny screwball musical comedy takes place in the 1930's