Reverend Robert Jones & Matt Watroba present MUSIC THAT MATTERS

A performance of American roots music, including folk, blues, and spirituals

Friday, January 31 at 7:30 PM

Robert Jones and Matt Watroba have been musical partners since first meeting more than 20 years ago, and now they bring their walk through the roots and history of American music to Cheney Hall. From their website: “This is the music that America and the world have in common. It is music that reflects history, social change, migration, hopes, and dreams. It is music that is rich and diverse, direct and powerful.”

In early 2019, Robert and Matt and their first album “Common Chords,” featuring songs from the blues, gospel and folk traditions that serve as the foundation of contemporary American music. Forming a non-profit under the same name, the duo seeks to create connections through music and the arts to bring us into a common understanding of one another.

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February 14 – March 1, 2020

Book your passage today for the thrill-ride of the season! All aboard The Orient Express, the 1930s luxury train, as it carts us through central and eastern Europe from Istanbul to Paris. But beware…it’s all about to go off the rails! An American tycoon lies dead in his compartment, stabbed a dozen times, his door locked from the inside. A train full of suspects with an alibi for each one and a killer in their midst sounds like the perfect mystery for detective Hercule Poirot. This first-ever stage adaptation of Agatha Christie’s masterpiece will leave audiences guessing whodunit.

Adapted for the Stage by Ken Ludwig, playwright of Lend Me a Tenor, Moon Over Buffalo, and many more.

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Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 7:30 PM


The Beatles, the most influential Band of the Sixties, lives on with TICKET TO RIDE. Recreating the Beatle sound and harmonies, in the original key and the Beatles famous guitar and drum arsenal, sounding like the real thing is what makes fans the happiest.

Featuring an authentic recreation of Beatles songs (complete with costume changes and vintage equipment!) TICKET TO RIDE offers such classics as “All My Lovin”, “Eight Days a Week”, and “I Saw Her Standing There.”

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March 27 – April 11, 2020

Head to Palm Springs, where a home at the holidays turns into a family battleground. After a six-year absence, Brooke returns to her parents’ sunny California home for the Christmas holidays. But all is not sunny for long—Brooke has explosive news she’s been waiting to share. Look out, as “funny, fierce and immensely entertaining” jabs go flying, opening a long-buried bombshell of a secret. This searing comedy-drama’s twists and turns are sure to leave you speechless.

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White Rabbit Theatre's 5th Musical: The Producers

April 17, 18, 23, 24, 25 @ 7:30 p.m. April 19, 26 @ 2:00 p.m.

This is Mel Brooks' most famous musical, based closely on the 1967 Zero Mostel/Gene Wilder film and the 2005 Nathan Lane/Matthew Broderick film. This uproarious comedy takes you into the world of Broadway producer Max Bialystock, who is down-on-his luck and hungry for a get-rich-quick scheme. Mousy, anxiety-prone accountant Leo Bloom indirectly provides the idea to produce the greatest Broadway flop in history in order to avoid paying back investors. Thus, for the first time ever, a producing duo attempts the unimaginable: create a show that is TRULY awful.

Along the way, they will encounter a cast of whimsical and ridiculous characters: Roger, an ego-bloated director, Carmen, his fabulously gay sidekick, Ulla, a Swedish knockout with the Triple Threat: (she can sing, act, AND dance), and Franz, a deluded Hitler worshipper

White Rabbit Theatre's 5th show promises to be something spectacular, as it will feature the talents of director Michael King, the choregraphy of Chantel Martin, the music direction of Kelly Sharp, the stage management of Michael Dougherty, and the costumes of Brendon Rogers. The cast (as seen below) is ready to provide you with a spectacle of entertainment that you won't soon forget!

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June 5 – 21, 2020

Join the celebration in a place where streets explode with the vibrant songs and rhythms of the Cuban, Dominican, and Puerto Rican communities in New York City’s Washington Heights. Featuring stories of this Latino neighborhood, salsa rhythms, Latin pop sounds, and frequently rapped lyrics, IN THE HEIGHTS was conceived and music and lyrics were written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, perhaps best-known today as the creator of Hamilton. IN THE HEIGHTS is the winner of the 2008 Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Score, Best Choreography, and Best Orchestrations.

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August 7 – 23, 2020

From there, bask in the enchantment of Italy. Go back in time and across the globe as Elizabeth von Arnim’s 1920s novel comes to life on stage! In search of grand romance, two frustrated London housewives rent a villa in Italy for a ladies-only holiday. But when an aging matron and a young socialite join them, not even the pleasures of the Mediterranean sun, gardens, sea, cinnamon, and pasta are enough to keep these ladies from clashing. Can they bond and bloom, ultimately finding their lost selves?

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November 6 – 22, 2020

“Be Our Guest” on a trip to the enchanted world of this fairytale. This modern Broadway classic will be a musical experience the whole family can share and enjoy! The “tale as old as time” of a young woman from a provincial town and a beast who has to learn to love and be loved is magically brought to life with spectacular costumes and captivating musical numbers including “Be Our Guest,” “Something There,” and the Oscar-winning title song, “Beauty and the Beast.” Join the Beast, Belle, Gaston, Le Fou, Lumiere, and friends as they embark on a grand journey filled with adventure, cheer, and love.

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