Monty Python’s Spamalot
Directed by Gary Asel – If comic Danny Kaye had married England’s Queen Elizabeth, the result would have been SPAMALOT. SPAMALOT is the fun-filled winner of a Tony as Broadway’s best musical of the year. It has the knights of the Round Table and the Lady of the Lake with her Laker Girls (rah, rah, rah) and a killer rabbit and sassy Frenchmen and the list goes on. This bright new musical is intended only for audiences with a sense of humor who want to have a good time. All grouches please stay home. Ages – 12 and up.
The Jungle Book
Directed by Lee Austin – A holiday show for the whole family, THE JUNGLE BOOK will be performed by adults and kids for adults and kids. We enjoy the treat of watching as Kipling’s ageless story unfolds before our eyes from ideas in his head into the thrilling story of the man-cub, Mowgli, raised by wolves, protected by Baloo, the bear, and Bagheera, the black panther, and threatened by Shere Kahn, the tiger–a perfect example of what family truly is. Be sure to bring your imagination, your spirit of adventure, and a child or two to delight in this colorful holiday treasure. Great for the whole family.
Directed by Mike Wisniewski – ACT ONE is the story of Moss Hart’s first big break into show business. This a look at Moss as the insecure Jewish young man with his quirky, funny family and hectic friends, as he makes that first move through the door of opportunity straight into success!! Funny, touching, and a beautiful look at an immigrant family and the American dream. Ages – mature 12 and up.
Directed by Susan Craves – The ladies who visit Truvy’s beauty parlor may seem as delicate as magnolias, but they are as strong as steel when helping each other through the tough times in life. These sassy ladies shower humor and smart remarks on each other to good result. Not only does their hair look better as they leave Truvy’s of a Saturday morning, but their spirits have a new shine as well. But it is M’Lynn’s challenge that puts these southern ladies to the true test of their steel. STEEL MAGNOLIAS is like watching sisters kid, prod, advise, and love each other as only sisters can. Ages – 12 and up
My Fair Lady
Directed by Tina Sills – Some people think we are what we eat. Henry Higgins thinks we are who we sound like. And he is determined Eliza will sound like a lady—even if it kills her—or him, as the case may be. One of the most famous musicals ever written, MY FAIR LADY is an abundance of riches: wonderful characters, fantastic music, a captivating story, frolicking dances, winner of six Tony Awards including best musical. (I Could Have Danced All Night, With a Little Bit of Luck, I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face—just in case they may have slipped your mind.) Ages – mature 8 and up