Productions | 2010-2011 : The Kalamazoo Civic Theatre

2010-2011 Season

Take a look back at the productions from our 82nd season. There were 14 total productions offered between September 2010 and May 2011. To view production details simply click on the show logo.

10-11 Productions

September 24 - October 10

Prepare ye for one of the longest running and most beloved Off-Broadway musicals of all time. This uplifting musical proclaims a message of tolerance, kindness and hope that is sure to resonate with family members of all ages.

10-11 Productions

October 8 - October 23

The religious fraud Tartuffe has wormed his way into the affections and household of rich merchant, Orgon, with pantomime piety and counterfeit zeal. So comprehensively has he hoodwinked Orgon that he looks set to succeed in driving away the son, marrying the daughter, seducing the wife and imprisoning Orgon.

10-11 Productions

October 29 - November 6

Come on down to Sleepy Hollow! We are very pleased to be presenting the world premiere of this all-new, musical version of the Washington Irving original. Written especially for our Youth Theatre program, this adaptation brings a new twist to this classic haunting tale.

10-11 Productions

November 12 - November 20

From Oklahoma, to the South Pacific to the Austrian Alps and beyond, the names Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein are synonymous with the best in American Musical Theatre. We hope you'll join us as we offer a musical tribute to these two men, featuring some of the most popular songs to ever grace the stage.

2010 - 2011 Production Annie

November 26 - December 19

Leapin' lizards! Everyone's favorite red-headed orphan will be spending the holidays at the Civic. Determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City orphanage run by mean old Miss Hannigan, Annie sets off on adventure after fun-filled adventure.

2010 - 2011 Production Ain't Misbehavin'

January 13 - January 29

The joint is gonna' be jumpin' to the music of Thomas "Fats" Waller when this Tony Award-winning musical revue heats up the Parish Theatre. Five phenomenal singers and a swingin' jazz band will be strutting their way through such Waller classics

10-11 Productions

January 28 - February 12

Two English Shakespearean actors, Jack and Leo, find themselves so down on their luck that they are performing "Scenes from Shakespeare" on the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish country of Pennsylvania.

10-11 Productions

February 18 - March 5

Susy Hendrix, a blind Greenwich Village housewife is thrown into a world of chaos and danger when her husband unknowingly transports a doll filled with heroin across the Canadian border.

10-11 Productions

March 18 - March 26

Moving to a new home doesn't always go smoothly. But can you imagine their surprise when the Primm family moves into their New York City apartment, and their son Joshua finds an unexpected houseguest in the bathtub?

10-11 Productions

April 1 - April 16

As compelling today as it was when first performed in 1938, this American classic celebrates the beauty of life as it is played out against a simplistic backdrop of daily rituals. Throughout the morning and the rest of the day, the townspeople of Grover's Corners

10-11 Productions

April 15 - May 1

Is there something wrong with 8-year-old Jesse? The youngster is easily distracted. But so are his Mother and Father. He raps, he swears, he's in trouble at school. He is just too much. His distraught mother turns to the internet, professionals and even well meaning neighbors seeking help.

10-11 Productions

April 29 - May 1

"Grandpa" Martin Vanderhof reigns over a delightful madhouse. On any given day you'll run into his children and grandchildren, their spouses, and folks who came for a visit and never left.

10-11 Productions

May 6 - May 22

Get ready to be transported to a magical, wonderful world! A world where the critics are in awe, the audiences are in heaven and the neighborhood is buzzing with excitement.

10-11 Productions

May 20 - May 28

Just like all of us, Wanda Petronski wants to fit in. But, because she is the new girl in school, is poor, speaks with an accent and wears the same dress to school everyday, she has no friends. Feeling lonely and isolated, one day Wanda says,