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Adaptation and Lyrics by Jim Eller
Based on the Book by Carlo Collodi
Music by Jim Eller and Jeanne Bargy
Directed by Terri Caust

75 years ago the Disney movie was released.  Now, the Prince Street Players version of this time-honored story set in Italy will enthrall youngsters between the ages of 3 and 12, along with their parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins (and even non-relatives!).   Pinocchio is a boy-sized puppet built by the caring puppet maker, Geppetto, and is brought to life by the Blue Fairy as a reward for Geppetto's remarkably generous spirit. After singing and dancing his way through many adventures, Pinocchio learns that no love is greater than that of a parent for a child.  And after the show, all of the characters will be available for autographs and pictures! 

Fridays at 7:30pm (Note: New Curtain Time!)
Saturdays/Sundays at 1:00 and 3:30pm
All performances $14

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Good People

Written by David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by Peter Colletto

Playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, the Pulitzer Prize winner for Rabbit Hole and lyricist for Shrek The Musical, has created a sense memory dramedy about two friends from South Boston who date briefly in high school and then grow up and go their separate ways.  He leaves ‘Southie’ and becomes a successful doctor, while she stays in the neighborhood and faces difficult everyday challenges.  What happens when they meet again after 30 years, when she comes to him desperate for work?  This intimate and often humorous look at how luck, class, race and the choices we make ultimately affect our lives was nominated for Best Play of 2011 and is “…thoughtful, moving and richly entertaining”.  USA TODAY

January 9 - January 30, 2016
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21)
Sundays at 2pm ($17)

** Contains mature subject matter and language. 

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Leading Ladies

Written by Ken Ludwig
Directed by Lynne Lupfer

From the brilliant mind who created Lend Me a Tenor and Moon Over Buffalo, this hilarious comedy finds two desperate English actors performing “Scenes from Shakespeare” on the Moose Lodge circuit in Amish country (you read that correctly).  When they hear that an old lady in a nearby town is about to die and leave her fortune to her two long lost English nephews, they resolve to pass themselves off as her beloved relatives and get the cash. But when they get there, they find out that the relatives aren't nephews, but nieces!  "Ludwig's newest farce is so funny, it will make sophisticated and reasonable men and women of the 21st century cackle till their faces hurt." – HOUSTON PRESS 

February 13 - March 5, 2016
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21)
Sundays at 2pm ($17)

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The Irish Curse

Written by Martin Casella
Directed by Ray Yucis

A basement meeting hall in a Catholic church is the setting for this wickedly funny play about a self-help group for men with certain "shortcomings" regarding their anatomy. From its blistering language to its brutally honest look at sex and body image, the 90 minute production performed without intermission is "one of the best plays of the year! Truly original, truly hysterical and truly touching. You will be enthralled!" TALK ENTERTAINMENT

February 27 - February 28, 2016
Both performances $11

** Contains Intense Adult Themes and Strong Language

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Enchanted April

Written by Matthew Barber
Directed by Iris Weinhouse

Think “Real Housewives of Britain Spending the Summer in an Italian Villa”.  OK, maybe not.  But you’d be surprised to see the assortment of oddball characters appearing in this stage adaptation of a novel written more than 90 years ago, including two frumpy wives, a grand dame, one husband who is a cad and another a pompous oaf, a glamorous countess and a manic Italian maid.  “Call it a feminist's novel, a chick flick or simply a woman's play, Enchanted April is still a story with sufficient sexual resonance to appeal just as much to men.”  NY POST 

March 19 - April 16, 2016
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21)
Sundays at 2pm ($17)

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A View from the Bridge

Written by Arthur Miller
Directed by Jacqueline McElroy-Poquette

Eddie Carbone is an Italian-American longshoreman living in Brooklyn with his wife and orphaned niece.  He is protective of the young woman and finds himself at odds with his wife’s cousin, an illegal immigrant, when the cousin begins to date the girl. Intertwining and evolving relationships among everyone living in the house cause conflicts that eventually lead to deadly consequences and it is “…like watching a runaway train hurtle towards you and being unable to move.” THE GUARDIAN OF LONDON.  This universal story of love, hate, jealousy and revenge has been adapted for film, TV and even opera and is the recipient of numerous Tony, Drama Desk and Olivier Awards 

April 30 - May 22, 2016
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21)
Sundays at 2pm ($17)

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An Evening of One Act Plays

Written by Current and Former BCP Members
Directed by Frank Osmers

Within our ranks at BCP are some amazingly talented writers, some of whom have already had plays published and performed. We are extremely proud to present a series of them for your enjoyment, covering a wide spectrum of entertaining and thought-provoking subjects.  Don’t miss this opportunity to say, “I was there!”, before these plays start winning major awards!

June 4 – June 5, 2016
Both performances $11 

** Contains Mature Content and Language

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