2017-18 Season

It's our 55th Season!

55 & No Limits: A Season of Iconic Plays

We proudly announce our 55th Season, 55 & No Limits: A Season of Iconic Plays. We encourage you to join us for one of our five main stage productions! Save time and money with SEASON TICKETS — on sale now!


Calendar Girls

Based on a true story of a group of women who
posed nude for a calendar to raise money for the
Leukemia Research Fund, this dazzlingly funny
comedy opens our 55th season! When Annie’s
husband John dies of leukemia, she and her best
friend resolve to raise money for the local hospital. Little did these women know they were trailblazers and the whole world would take notice. It is a play of great, raucous fun.


BASKERVILLE – A Sherlock Holmes Mystery

Ludwig transforms Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic The Hound of the Baskervilles into a murderously funny adventure. Sherlock Holmes is on the case. To find an ingenious killer, Holmes and Watson
must brave the desolate moors before a family curse dooms its newest heir. Can our heroes discover the truth in time? Join the fun and see how far from elementary the truth can be.


A Christmas Carol

This is Ebenezer Scrooge’s journey from an embittered, ungenerous creature into a giving, caring human being at the hands of three spirits, who, one Christmas Eve, show him what life means.  The full spirit of the book, as well as those of Christmases Past, Present and Yet To Come are brought to life on the stage in this beloved Christmas classic.


Terra Nova

Drawn from the journals and letters found on the frozen body of Captain Scott, the action of the play blends scenes of the explorer and his men at various stages of their ordeal, with flashbacks of Scott and his young wife and with fateful glimpses of Roald Amundsen, whose party beat him to the South Pole. A chilling, historical drama which captures the awesome bravery of men who must accept the bitter knowledge that suffering and death will be the only reward for their heroism.

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This is the love story of Ethel and Norman Thayer, who are returning to their summer home on Golden Pond for the forty-eighth year. When their divorced daughter leaves her teenage son behind for the summer, the boy quickly becomes the ‘grandchild’ the elderly couple have longed for. And ‘Grandpa’ and ‘Grandma’ tutor him in the art of fishing and in good books. And he tutors them with lessons about modern teenage awareness – and slang – in return. The play is deeply moving and rich with humor throughout.