Take a look back at the productions from our 78th season. There were 16 total productions offered between September 2006 and May 2007 which included a very special holiday concert event. To view production details simply click on the show logo.
September 22 - October 14
Come and meet those dancing feet! One of the longest running shows in Broadway history, this big, bold razz-ma-tazz musical celebrates the stuff that dreams are made of.
October 6 - October 21
When Falstaff finds himself enamored of two married women from upper-crust families it's only natural that he assumes they are equally enamored of him. He arranges for clandestine meetings with both women in letters...
October 27 - November 4
Beloved for generations, this classic tale of friendship, loyalty and trust is one of the most cherished stories of all time. As this enchanting stage adaptation unfolds, Fern raises Wilbur - the runt of the litter...
November 3 - November 18
Have you ever wondered about those crazy stories in the supermarket tabloids? You know, like the sightings of Elvis at the local Stop & Shop or the space aliens that ate Baltimore.
November 10 - November 12
In observation of Veterans Day our Senior Class Reader's Theatre will present a musical review comprised of patriotic songs of hope and remembrance. This moving celebration will serve as a heartfelt tribute...
November 24 - December 17
Set against the backdrop of the Austrian Alps, this immortal musical has touched the hearts of audiences around the world. The delightful and inspiring story unfolds as Maria, a high-spirited postulant is dispatched to serve as governess for the seven unruly children of a stern naval Captain.
December 15 - December 17
You won't want to miss Broadway favorite Jerry Dixon as he returns to the Civic for a series of benefit concerts. The star of the original Broadway productions of Once On This Island, Five Guys Named Moe and Off-Broadway's tick, tick, BOOM!.
January 12 - January 27
Non-stop laughter takes center stage as we're introduced to Willum Cubbert, an aspiring young architect in Terre Haute, Indiana. Willum has it all - a promising career, devoted friends, even, maybe, a serious girlfriend.
January 26 - February 11
What do you get when you take the classic thriller The Bad Seed, add a touch of Gypsy, a dash of All About Eve and throw them all into a blender? One of the funniest musical spoofs ever written,
February 9 - February 24
A joyous celebration of African American women and their church hats, this endearing new play with music is a soul-stirring tribute to the unique cultural phenomenon that fuses faith with fashion.
March 2 - March 11
This delightful re-telling of Hans Christian Andersen's classic The Ugly Duckling features a lively score and colorful characters. After being ridiculed by his family and neighbors because of his odd, gawky looks Ugly leaves the farm in search of happiness,
March 16 - March 31
This Pulitzer-Prize winning play is considered by many to be the pinnacle of playwright Neil Simon's illustrious career. Set during World War II, Lost in Yonkers follows the plight of two young brothers, sent to live with...
March 30 - April 15
Once described as a "monstrous phenomenon" Maria Callas managed to reign over the world of opera without ever having a perfect instrument. Acting was her forte. Both moving and entertaining,
April 13 - April 28
Meow! The cats will be caterwauling and clawing. Fortunately their targets are each other and they all seem up for the fight. When this gleefully malicious comedy about New York society matrons premiered on Broadway in 1936, audiences were shocked, outraged and delighted.
May 4 - May 12
Duchess Gloriana is the young sovereign of a miniscule country in the Alps. When her tiny domain nearly goes bankrupt, Gloriana decides to declare war on the United States because her study of recent history suggests that when the United States wins,
May 18 - June 3
It was 1954! Ike and Mamie were in the White House and television spectaculars were presented live. Benjy Stone was a wet-behind-the-ears sketch writer on TV's hottest show - The King Kaiser Comedy Cavalcade and King Kaiser's guest of the week was Alan Swann,