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What the world needs now is love, laughter, and stories that bring us together. And what accomplishes that better than something a bit familiar? A bit comforting? With a dash of daring & a touch of the unexpected?  We’ve picked our season to deliver all that, and more.

Written by Garson Kanin Directed by Carl Jordan   Junk tycoon Harry Brock gets more than he bargained for when he tries to buy some respectability and sophistication for his brash girlfriend Billie Dawn ( played by Marquee Theater Journalists Association Awards   winner for  Becky’s New Car  Melissa Claire ). When Harry hires a political reporter to educate Billie so she won't embarrass him during an important trip to Washington, she learns a lot more than grammar and diction - and hilarious complications ensue.

Written by Garson Kanin
Directed by Carl Jordan


Junk tycoon Harry Brock gets more than he bargained for when he tries to buy some respectability and sophistication for his brash girlfriend Billie Dawn (played by Marquee Theater Journalists Association Awards winner for Becky’s New Car Melissa Claire). When Harry hires a political reporter to educate Billie so she won't embarrass him during an important trip to Washington, she learns a lot more than grammar and diction - and hilarious complications ensue.

Written by William Luce Directed by Sharon Winegar   Poet Emily Dickinson was little known in her lifetime but has since become an iconic voice of her generation. This one-woman show requires an actress to portray 15 different characters, and who better to do this than Jennifer King, who you’ll no doubt remember from our sold-out run of  Bad Dates . This show is set in Dickinson’s Amherst, Massachusetts home, this play makes use of her poems, diaries and letters - recollecting encounters with the significant people in her life. Funny, poignant, and classic.

Written by William Luce
Directed by Sharon Winegar

Poet Emily Dickinson was little known in her lifetime but has since become an iconic voice of her generation. This one-woman show requires an actress to portray 15 different characters, and who better to do this than Jennifer King, who you’ll no doubt remember from our sold-out run of Bad Dates. This show is set in Dickinson’s Amherst, Massachusetts home, this play makes use of her poems, diaries and letters - recollecting encounters with the significant people in her life. Funny, poignant, and classic.

Book and lyrics by Alan Jay  Lerner  Music by Frederick Loewe Directed by Michael Ross,  Music Director James Raasch Choreographed by Staci Arriaga   Executive Producers - Susan and Clay Drake and Co-Produced by Vicki and Dave Stollmeyer   We close our season with Lerner and Loewe’s award-winning story of a cockney flower girl, widely considered one of the greatest musicals of all time. It’s feisty, funny and tender, with songs we all know and love. We are happy to announce our fabulous cast:   Eliza Doolittle- Sarah Wintermeyer    Henry Higgins- Larry Williams    Col. Pickering- Chad Yarish      Alfred P. Doolittle- Tim Setzer  Ensemble - Michael Lumb, Sean O’Brien, Ryan Hook, Zane Walters, Tracy Hinman and Emily Thomason

Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner

Music by Frederick Loewe
Directed by Michael Ross,
Music Director James Raasch Choreographed by Staci Arriaga

Executive Producers - Susan and Clay Drake and Co-Produced by Vicki and Dave Stollmeyer

We close our season with Lerner and Loewe’s award-winning story of a cockney flower girl, widely considered one of the greatest musicals of all time. It’s feisty, funny and tender, with songs we all know and love. We are happy to announce our fabulous cast:

Eliza Doolittle- Sarah Wintermeyer

Henry Higgins- Larry Williams

Col. Pickering- Chad Yarish

Alfred P. Doolittle- Tim Setzer Ensemble - Michael Lumb, Sean O’Brien, Ryan Hook, Zane Walters, Tracy Hinman and Emily Thomason

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