The Complete History of America (Abridged)*. July 24 – Aug. 15, 2015 (Previews July 22 and 23): The brilliant (and deranged) minds that reduced all of 38 of Shakespeare’s plays into one madcap evening of theater do it again, this time reducing centuries of American history! In The Complete History of America (abridged) watch as three actors, who may or may not have passed their high school History class, take you on a whirlwind historical tour sending up many of our nation’s greatest hits and misses. Audiences raved about the hilarious The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) and are sure to rave again as we lovingly lampoon the land of liberty.

*This is a Special Event. Not included in the subscription package.

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Cyrano de Bergerac, Sep. 11- Oct. 3, 2015 (Previews Sep. 9 & 10): Cyrano is a man of panache- a dazzling swordsman and a brilliant poet with a wit as quick as his blade.  When he falls in love with the beautiful and brilliant Roxane, there is only one thing that stands between them- his gargantuan nose. When Roxane unknowingly confides in Cyrano that she is smitten with the handsome, but dimwitted solider Christian, Cyrano cannot resist the opportunity to finally speak his heart -- through letters and verses signed under Christian’s name.  His words have Roxanne swooning, but who is it that she truly loves and how long can Cyrano remain in the shadows? The witty wordplay of Wilde, the swashbuckling swagger of The Three Musketeers, and the unrivaled romanticism of Romeo & Juliet are all right under your nose in “Cyrano de Bergerac”.  

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Death of a Salesman. Oct. 16- Nov. 7, 2015 (Previews Oct. 14 & 15): Arthur Miller’s award-winning American classic, “Death of a Salesman” tells the poignant story of a salesman and his quest to make it big.  In the land of the free, every man controls his own destiny and the right to try and achieve the elusive American Dream.  But as his days grow shorter and the times tougher, can Willy Loman achieve this long cherished dream for his family?  Recipient of the Pulitzer Prize, multiple Tony Awards, and deemed one of the greatest plays of the Twentieth Century, Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” is an exploration of failure and success this still resonates today.

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As You Like It. Nov. 20- Dec. 12, 2015 (Previews Nov. 18 & 19): Banished to the Forest of Arden with only her cousin and a fool for company, the clever Rosalind dresses as a man for protection.  Once in the woods, she is shocked to discover the trees are covered with love poems written to her! She is further shocked when she discovers that their author is none other than the handsome Orlando, who recently captured her heart.  Hiding behind her boyish disguise, she puts Orlando’s love for her to the test, while juggling the affairs of courtiers and country bumpkins alike.  Featuring a hilarious cast of characters, delightful music, and warm-hearted romance, “As You Like It” is the perfect choice for a cold winter’s night.

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Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)*. Dec. 16-27, 2015: Celebrating its 10th anniversary, CSC’s holiday smash hit Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!) is back! What begins as another annual production of A Christmas Carol, soon devolves into a slightly irreverent look at all of our favorite “Beloved Holiday Classics” including It’s a Wonderful Life, Frosty, Rudolph, Charlie Brown and more! Three actors (with the help of Santa) send up everything from Dickens to Dr. Seuss in 90 minutes of high octane jollity and frivolity.

This show will be appreciated by adults and older teens, but is not recommended for anyone young enough to still believe in Santa.

*This is a Special Event. Not included in the Subscription Package

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Henry VI: Part 1. Jan. 22- Feb. 13, 2016 (Previews Jan. 20 & 21): Shakespeare’s game of thrones continues with this first installment of the “Henry VI” trilogy.  King Henry V, one of England’s most beloved monarchs, brought unity and peace to his fractious country and victory over the rival nation of France.  But when Henry’s untimely death leaves his infant son to inherit the crown, the country falls back into chaos as rival families of York and Lancaster seek to seize the throne for themselves.  Featuring some of history’s most controversial characters, including Joan of Arc, this first installment in the epic War of the Roses trilogy sets the stage for the exciting conclusion soon to come.

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Emma. Feb. 26- Mar. 26, 2016 (Feb. 24 & 25): Jane Austen’s sparkling wit returns to CSC’s stage!  Amateur matchmaker Emma Wodehouse has a penchant for meddling in the love lives of others. Her latest mission is to find a promising prospect for her less than promising friend Harriet. But when her efforts to play cupid go awry, Emma finds herself struggling to undo the damage.  Audiences that clamored for CSC’s productions of “Pride and Prejudice” and “Sense and Sensibility” surely will again when Austen’s trademark storytelling returns to the stage in “Emma”.

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Julius Caesar. Apr. 8- May 7, 2016 (Previews Apr. 6 & 7): Julius Caesar is brilliant general, a cunning politician, and the most beloved leader Rome has ever known; but when his ambition threatens to topple the Republic, a small conspiracy of Roman patriots take matters into their own hands. When they assassinate the beloved Caesar on the senate floor, their actions plunge the Republic into a civil war that will test friendships, try loyalties, and determine the fate of an empire. Presented in full Roman regalia and flair, Shakespeare’s breathless political thriller "Julius Caesar" returns to the CSC stage as the first installment of a special two part theatrical event with "Antony and Cleopatra".

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Antony and Cleopatra. May 13- June 4, 2016 (May 11 & 12): Part two of CSC’s special theatrical event, "Antony and Cleopatra" is the rarely-staged epic sequel to "Julius Caesar". The victors of Rome’s civil war have divided the Empire amongst themselves, and Marc Antony has traveled to exotic Egypt to take up rule over his corner of the globe. There he encounters Egypt’s mysterious monarch, the irresistibly entrancing Cleopatra. Their impassioned love affair ultimately pits their two countries against each other and will change the face of the ancient world forever.

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2015 - 2016 Season

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Ticket Pricing
Thursday & Sunday:
Adult: $35
Senior: $31 
Student: $22

Tuesday & Wednesday:
Adult: $28
Senior: $24
Student: $22

Friday/Saturday:
Adult: $39 
Senior: $35
Student: $26

Saturday matinee:
Adult: $32
Senior: $28
Student: $22

Previews:
$21

Per ticket fee: $3


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