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A Christmas Carol

Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
Book by Mike Ockrent & Lynn Ahrens
Based on the story by Charles Dickens
Directed by Larry Landsman

This timeless holiday story of Ebenezer Scrooge, who is visited by the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, features music by Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast, Little Shop of Horrors, Newsies) and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens (Ragtime: The Musical, Seussical, Once on This Island).

“It’s a nonstop cornucopia of crowd-pleasing, showstopping numbers as well as several rich and introspective ballads. Probably just about everyone knows how A Christmas Carol ends, but the popularity of Dickens’ tale proves that it never gets old.” (TALKIN’ BROADWAY).

This is NOT a typical BCP holiday family show...it is a full-scale, large-cast holiday musical spectacular presented in a single act of 90 minutes!

Please note that the performance calendar and ticket prices are different from our family shows of the past. Recommended for kids aged 5 and up.

December 2 - 17
Fridays 7:30pm
Saturdays at 3:00pm and 7:30pm
Sundays at 12:30pm and 4:00pm


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Written by Elaine May
Directed by Glenn Woertz

Adaptation is the name of a TV game show with a setting much like a Parcheesi board game, in which human contestants advance or are sent back through Shakespeare's "Seven Ages of Man". The play creates a picture of man from birth until death, with all its madness, with all its familiarity and with all its nonsense. What's more, a quartet consisting of the games master, the male players and the female players assist the incomparable contestant from "mewling infant" to "second childishness and mere oblivion." Incident after incident makes you laugh and suddenly makes you stop and think that maybe you're laughing at yourself.

Friday, January 12 at 8pm
Saturday, January 13 at 8pm
Sunday, January 14 at 2pm


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Pride and Prejudice

Written by Kate Hamill
Directed by Carol Fisher

“A woman elevating her own life, liberty and pursuit of happiness above the wishes of her family and the men who desire her? That’s not simple or cynical. In 1813, it is a revolutionary choice.” (NY TIMES)

Kate Hamill, one of the most-produced playwrights in America over the past half-decade, has created “A comically charming (in all the right places) condensation of the book. As it is written, this two-hour trifle has a giddy sense of chaos, while attempting to maintain the upper crust veneer of British society types vying for social position and attempting to secure lucrative marriages for all the eligible daughters.” (DC THEATRE SCENE)

It’s hard to imagine that an interpretation of a 225 year old book “breathes fresh life into these characters in a way that makes them feel contemporary and relatable while retaining the plot, setting and dialog of the Jane Austen original.” (BROADWAY WORLD)

February 3 - 24
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($25)
Sundays at 2pm ($23)


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The Fantasticks

Music by Harvey Schmidt
Lyrics and Book by Tom Jones
Directed by Ray Yucis

This allegorical story, concerning two neighboring fathers who trick their children into falling in love by pretending to feud, is the world’s longest-running musical, having run Off-Broadway for 42 years and 17,162 performances, with hundreds of thousands more presented around the world.

“It’s hard to imagine a musical theater world without the iconic, simple but lovely, musical THE FANTASTICKS. Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt’s “little musical that could” has touched hearts and audiences for the last 62 years. It has evolved and changed over that time but has never lost its core appeal—a beautiful, poetic, and highly theatrical tale of the power and depth of love —gained, lost and found again.” (BROADWAY WORLD)

Go ahead and ‘Try to Remember’ the first time you saw this magical musical!

March 9 - April 6
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 2pm


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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Written by Simon Stephens
Directed by Alyson Cohn

Fifteen-year old Christopher has an extraordinary brain; he is exceptionally intelligent but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion for killing his neighbor’s dog, he sets out to identify the true culprit, which leads to an earth-shattering discovery and a journey that will change his life forever.

“A singular theater piece that commands enormous admiration for the thought that has gone into its every word, gesture and technical effect ... a tremendously exciting demonstration of the power of theater. It makes us want to reconsider the world around us, without missing a single one of its infinite details.” (HOLLYWOOD REPORTER)

Winner of five Tony Awards, six Drama Desk Awards and seven Olivier Awards, including Best Play for all three!

April 20 - May 11
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($25)
Sundays at 2pm ($23)


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You Make My Frame Shake!

Written by Luigi Jannuzzi
Directed by David Luke

Twelve romances come to life at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in a fast-paced series of eight comedic love plays and four comedic monologues. Award-winning playwright Jannuzzi is New Jersey-born and bred and specializes in romantic/absurdist comedy with serious themes of love, truth, and the need to rise above it all.

Friday, May 31 at 8pm
Saturday, June 1 at 8pm
Sunday, June 2 at 2pm


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