Directed by Mark Sartor
George and Charlotte Hay have unwillingly come to the twilight of their theatrical careers in a quaint Buffalo theater. Currently the company is performing "Cyrano de Bergerac" and "Private Lives" in repertory. After learning that the famous Hollywood director, Frank Capra, is coming to give George one final shot at stardom, miscommunication ensues and the hilarity begins. A romp through the thrill-a-minute lifestyle of the theatrical world.
Directed by Deborah Vrobel-Hanna
Based on the Gospel according to St. Matthew, GODSPELL is one of the most successful musicals in history. Jesus, his followers and disciples re-enact parables and scenes from Jesus' life featuring well-known songs like "Day by Day", "Prepare Ye" and "Bless the Lord".
Directed by Rick Moore
Top-notch mystery comedy about ten people stranded in a lonely house on an island off the coast of Devon. The mysterious U.N. Owen invites ten strangers to an island. All are accused of murder and slowly, inexorably, the nursery rhyme comes to fruition, and they begin to die, until there are none. Here's Agatha Christie at her best with her classic drawing room murder mystery, with extra tension to boot
Directed by Douglas Whaley
Mrs. Savage has inherited ten million dollars but her eager stepchildren wish to assist her in disbursing the funds. When they send her to an institution, she discovers various social misfits who need the help she can provide. This comedy leaves the audience feeling that the neglected virtues of kindness and affection have not been entirely lost in a world that seems at times to only be motivated by greed and dishonesty.
Directed by CJ Jamison
This wonderful show is a dramatization of business letters between a young struggling writer in New York and an antiquarian bookstore in London. In a sense, these are also love letters. They are about the love of good literature. The play takes place over a twenty year period, beginning in 1949 when Helene Hanff first writes Marks & Co. and ends in 1969.
Directed by Kate Charlesworth-Miller
Frederic was as a child apprenticed to a band of tenderhearted, orphaned pirates by his nurse who, being hard of hearing, had mistaken her master's instructions to apprentice the boy to a pilot. Frederic, upon completing his 21st year, rejoices that he has fulfilled his indentures and is now free to return to respectable society. But he was born on February 29 in leap year, and he remains apprenticed to the pirates until his 21st birthday. The pirates, a Major General who knows nothing of military strategy, his large family of beautiful but unwed daughters, and the timid constabulary all contribute to a cacophony that can be silenced only by Queen Victoria's name.