The Play that Goes Wrong
by Jonathan Sayer, Henry Lewis and Henry Shields
Directed by Sarah Kieffner
July 29 through August 13, 2022
The Play That Goes Wrong has been delighting audiences since its 2012 London debut. The farcical play-within-a-play follows the Cornley Drama Society’s production of “The Murder at Haversham Manor.” Despite their best efforts, the production rapidly goes from bad to utterly disastrous, with madcap mishaps—from an unconscious leading lady to a self-destructing set. Will the hapless actors make it to the final curtain call? Join us to find out!
All My Sons
by Arthur Miller
Directed by Daryle Tallent
September 30 through October 15, 2022
Considered one of the greatest American playwrights of the 20th century, Arthur Miller wrote this legendary play in 1947. A tragic story set in post-WWII suburbia, it is considered an American classic. The play opened on Broadway in 1947 and ran for 327 performances. It received the New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award and Tony awards for Best Author and Best Director. Touching on the themes of loss, greed and betrayal, All My Sons is a play you won’t soon forget.
Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella
Music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, II
New book by Douglas Carter Beane; original book by Oscar Hammerstein, II
Directed by JT Landry
December 2 through 17, 2022
From television performances featuring Julie Andrews, Lesley Ann Warren, Brandy, and Whitney Houston to its Broadway stage debut in 2013, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella is a musical that has delighted and charmed generations. This special production puts a fresh spin on a fairytale classic. With beloved songs like “Ten Minutes Ago,” “Impossible,” and “A Lovely Night,” additional songs from the Rodgers & Hammerstein catalog, and a romantic winter setting, this Cinderella for the holidays will have you believing “There’s Music in You.”
The Book of Will
by Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Lenny West
February 3 through 18, 2023
Something new from one of America’s most produced and prolific playwrights … It is London, 1619. William Shakespeare is dead and his legacy depends on a circle of devoted writers, actors, and friends. When a botched and hilariously pirated production of Hamlet plays on a nearby stage, they realize the words of their friend and mentor—words that shaped their lives—are soon to be lost forever. This small group of unexpected heroes with no money, no resources, and no experience must come together to—against all odds and in a race against time—collect and compile Shakespeare’s plays into one definitive printed edition. Their translation of words from the stage to the page would forever change theater and literature. This unforgettable true story is a lively, funny, and poignant love letter to theater and to the printed word. Winner of the Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Association New Play Award 2018.
by Ray Cooney
Directed by Johnny Peppers
April 14 through 29, 2023
A farce from one of the masters of stage comedy, Funny Money will have you laughing all the way to the bank—or Barcelona. Accountant Henry Perkins is down the middle in every way, middle-class and middle-aged, and headed home for another middling birthday dinner with his wife and friends … until he picks up the wrong briefcase on the tube, one filled with a LOT of money. For once throwing caution to the wind, he decides to run away with his wife and the money. But a night of mix-ups, mistaken identities, and a miscreant named Mr. Big have other plans for Henry. Funny Money is a night of hilarious twists and turns that are anything but middle of the road.
Funny Money is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.
Book by Joe Masteroff; play by John Van Druten
Music by John Kander; lyrics by Fred Ebb
Stories by Christopher Isherwood
Directed by Leslie Berra
June 9 through 24, 2023
Welcome to the Kit Kat Club, where the MC assures that you will forget all your troubles. But can you really? Cabaret explores the dark, heady, tumultuous atmosphere of 1931 Berlin as Germany slowly yields to the Third Reich and its citizens try desperately to hold onto life as they know it. Cabaret won eight Tonys in its original 1966 run, and another four for its 1998 revival. The classic score includes “Willkommen,” “Cabaret,” and “Maybe This Time.” For mature audiences only.