Take a look back at the productions from our 81st season. There were 14 total productions offered between September 2009 and May 2010. To view production details simply click on the show logo.
September 25 - October 11
Relive a glorious tradition with one of the most beloved musicals of all time. Based on the stories of Sholom Aleichem, Fiddler on the Roof has won the hearts of people all around the world.
October 9 - October 24
As this captivating comedy unfolds, Shakespeare once again plays with the intersections of love and power. The sudden deaths of her father and brother have left the Countess Olivia, an independent and powerful woman,
November 6 - November 14
Have you ever had one of those days where everything goes wrong? Alexander has! From the moment he wakes up with gum in his hair, things just don't go Alexander's way. At breakfast his brothers Nick and Anthony reach into their cereal boxes and pull out amazing prizes,
November 13 - November 15
Be sure to join us as we shine the klieg lights on some of the most popular songs ever to come out of Tinseltown. As exciting as a Hollywood premiere, this musical tribute to the silver screen is sure to entertain audiences of all ages.
November 27 - December 13
Fans of the Frank Capra classic can rejoice! This musical adaptation of the perennial holiday favorite weaves a special magic as it traces the lives of George Bailey and the many residents of Bedford Falls.
January 15 - February 7
Any way you spell it, this Tony Award-winning musical comedy is one of the brightest and funniest shows to play on Broadway in the last several years. Where else could six young people struggling with puberty stand out and fit in at the same time?
January 29 - February 13
In this newly discovered comedy by Mark Twain, the original master of American humor dishes out a sly critique of the art world with acerbic wit and social commentary. Richly intermingling elements of burlesque, farce, and social satire,
February 19 - March 6
This compelling play explores the remarkable life of Barbara Jordan, who in 1972 became the first black woman from the Deep South to be elected to the United States House of Representatives.
March 5 - March 14
This enchanting stage adaptation of the C. S. Lewis classic captures the spirit of the original with cleverness and charm. Four young adventurers playing hide and seek in the country home of an old professor stumble upon an enchanted wardrobe
March 26 - April 11
Universal in scope, this American classic is as relevant today as it was when it won the Tony Award in 1947. Joe and Kate Keller, a middle-class couple, have lost their younger son in the war, but Kate cannot give up believing that he is still alive.
April 2 - April 17
If you liked Steel Magnolias, you're going to love The Dixie Swim Club. Five Southern women, whose friendships began years ago when they were members of their college swim team, set aside a long weekend every August to rekindle those relationships.
April 23 - April 25
Twelve strangers are brought together by chance to decide the fate of a nineteen-year-old boy who has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. It looks like an open-and-shut case until one of the jurors begins opening the others' eyes to the facts.
April 30 - May 8
Two historically turbulent times, separated by 100 years and thousands of miles, are beautifully interwoven in this inspirational story of hope and connection.
May 14 - May 29
A true musical theatre phenomenon, this fantastic show attracted legions of loyal fans even before it began its smash-hit Broadway run. Convinced the cure for his father's mental illness lies in the separation of man's good and evil natures,