2014 - 2015 Season

Little Women. February 20- March 21, 2015 (Previews Feb, 18 & 19): With her husband away in the American Civil War, Marmee is left alone to bring up their four girls: romantic Meg, shy Beth, willful Amy and of course, fiery and independent Jo. Through the intertwining lives of the sisters we see the familiar frustrations, hardships, and heartbreak that constitute family life and love. Based on Louisa May Alcott's own family experiences in her celebrated novel, "Little Women" will enchant all over again in this new adaptation for the stage.

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The Taming of the Shrew. April 3 - 25, 2015 (Previews April 1 & 2): Baptista’s eldest daughter, Kate, is so strong-willed, stubborn and downright shrewish that not a single man in Padua is willing to marry her. That is until a brash and bumptious fortune-seeker, Petruchio, arrives to marry Kate for her money. But can he tame Kate, or has he finally met his match? Find out in Shakespeare’s classic, comedic battle of the sexes "The Taming of the Shrew".

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Henry V. May 8- May 30, 2015 (Previews May 6 & 7): The prodigal Prince Hal has cast off the unruly companions of his youth and ascended to the throne of England. But the country is bankrupt and civil unrest bubbles just under the surface. In order to refill the royal coffers and unify the country, the young King Henry V sets his sights on the conquest of France. But his fervent army of nobles and commoners soon find themselves in hostile territory, surrounded and woefully outnumbered. Don’t miss this history cycle favorite, as Shakespeare’s game of thrones continues.

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One Man, Two Guvnors. June 12- July 5, 2015 (Previews June 10 & 11): Fast-talking Francis Henshall finds himself in a sticky predicament when, in his constant quest for a quick buck and a bite to eat, he ends up simultaneously working for two rival masters. Can he prevent his bosses from meeting face-to-face, or has Francis bitten off more than he can chew? This raucous new adaptation of Goldoni’s classic Italian comedy, Servant of Two Masters is filled with improvisation, audience interaction, and even a real live skiffle band. Lauded as “comic perfection” and “the funniest show in the western world”, "One Man, Two Guvnors" promises to be a side-splitting evening of theatre unlike any you’ve ever seen.

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2014 - 2015 Season

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Ticket Pricing
Thursday & Sunday:
Adult: $36 
Senior: $28 
Student: $22 

Friday/Saturday:
Adult: $32 
Senior: $28 
Student: $26

Previews:
$21


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