Past Productions

Season: 2001-2002

Follow Lili Daurier as she finds a new family in the exciting, enchanting and sometimes uncertain world of a touring carnival in the south of France. Lili learns of romance, song and acceptance under the big top through encounters with fun and colorful roustabouts, magicians, and a family of animated puppets and their operators.

Season: 2001-2002

Footloose is the story of a young rebel who shakes up a small, repressed town whose laws forbid dancing and rock and roll. The show is based on the movie dance musical and features the hit songs, "Let's Hear It For The Boy," "Almost Paradise," "Holding Out For A Hero," and the well-known title song.

Season: 2001-2002

Season: 2002-2003

This zany, hysterical musical takes a poke at Agatha Christie's mysteries.
Ten people are stranded in an isolated English country home during a
raging storm. One by one, each is picked off by clever fiendish devices.
As the bodies pile up in the library, the survivors frantically try to
discover the identity and motivation of the murderer. The show will keep
you guessing until the very end.

Season: 2002-2003

Set in 1772 - the time of the French Revolution - amid the chaos and confusion of heads being chopped off, a dashing aristocrat and his friends risk their lives to enter France and save those under threat of the guillotine. His identity is a secret; everyone knows of him, but no one knows who he is except his closest allies. Even his wife does not know his secret identity. It is a tale of heroism, dare, danger, secrets, and most of all, love.

Season: 2002-2003

This sweeping saga brings to vivid life the dynamic persona of Eva Peron. From the slums of Buenos Aires to the halls of the presidential mansion, Evita follows Eva's methodical rise from poverty to sainthood.

Season: 2002-2003

Will Rogers is famous for saying "I never met a man I didn't like," and anyone who has ever seen or performed in The Will Rogers Follies will agree: there has never been a man-or woman-who didn't like it. Subtitled "A Life In Revue," ...Follies stands out among musicals because of the magic of its protagonist. Rare is a man who transcends mere decades and rises to the level of legend. Will Rogers is such a man, not only because of his accomplishments, but because of his philosophy, which espouses respect and confidence in the goodness of his fellowman.

Season: 2002-2003

Season: 2003-2004

Pippin is one man's journey on the road of life in the 8th century. Taking place in a world where pageantry and theatrics thrive, Pippin is a tale of the son of King Charlemagne, who searches constantly for meaning in his life. Written by Stephen Schwartz (Godspell) this dark and imaginative show takes the audience on a sexy and exciting ride through Pippin's life. The fantastic score includes such classics as "Magic To Do" and "Corner of The Sky".

Season: 2003-2004

Kiss Me Kate is Cole Porter's musical treatment of William Shakespeare's "The Taming of The Shrew". A play within a play, ...Kate explores the Bard's intense story of a battle of former lovers in a theater company in the 1940's. Porters brilliant score includes "Wunderbar," "Another Openin, Another Show," and "Too Darn Hot".

Season: 2003-2004

Bobby is thirty five years old. And single. His married friends would like to change that. Such is the story behind Stephen Sondheim's concept piece Company.It is about our culture of love, loneliness, relationships, and the insanity that can occur when these three elements collide.

Season: 2003-2004

Damn Yankees is a musical about choosing between what you think you want and what you already have. Damn Yankees tells the story of Joe Boyd, who is given the chance to make a deal with the devil to improve his life. All he has to do is leave his wife, Meg. Will Joe choose fame over his family? Songs by Richard Adler include, "Heart", "The Game", and "A Man Doesn't Know".

Season: 2003-2004

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