The Christmas Express

by Pat Cook

Directed by Douglas A. Farren

November 8 - December 8, 2019

(No performance on Thanksgiving, Nov. 28)

“This is the most hopeless place in the world!” Hilda intones as she and Satch argue over what time it is. Hilda dreams of faraway places to fight the tedium of running the Holly Railway Station until, that is, Leo Tannenbaum drops in out of nowhere just before Christmas. Suddenly an old radio springs to life and the local group of carolers begins to sound like the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The whole town now gets into the Christmas spirit. Coincidence? This nostalgic story is full of eccentric small-town characters who begin to discover the true wonder of Christmas, making us all wish that we, too, could take a ride on The Christmas Express.

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Heroes

by Gerald Sibleyras
Translated by Tom Stoppard

Directed by Anne McEvoy

January 17 - February 9, 2020

It is August 1959, France, in a home for retired military men, where World War I vets Henri, Phillippe and Gustave pass their days gossiping, reminiscing and exasperating one another with harebrained schemes to escape.
The play is a softly heroic treatment of three war heroes for whom death is a familiar presence. They decide to take on one final adventure - granted, an impossible and faintly ridiculous adventure - before the outside world completely forgets them.

Special Admission for Veterans - $15

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An Act of the IMAGINATION

by Bernard Slade

Directed by Curt Arnold

March 13 - April 5, 2020

This masterful suspense tale involves a successful mystery writer whose latest work has strangely turned into a romance – a vivid and adulterous romance. His son, his second wife, and his editor marvel at the truthfulness of the work, remarkable since it is inconceivable that he could ever have had such an affair. Enter a woman intent on blackmail: it appears that Arthur has been trysting away from home. Death stalks: the other woman disappears and evidence incriminates Arthur in her murder. There is a conspiracy to do Arthur in, a conspiracy that entails cunning, deceit, and ingenious plotting.

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Pump Boys and Dinettes

Book, Lyrics, and Music by John Foley, Mark Hardwick, Debra Monk, Cass Morgan, John Schimmel, and Jim Wann

Directed by

May 8 - 31, 2020

The “Pump Boys” sell high octane on Highway 57 in Grand Ole Opry country and the “Dinettes”, Prudie and Rhetta Cupp, run the Double Cupp diner next door. Together they fashion an evening of country western songs that received unanimous raves on and off-Broadway. With heartbreak and hilarity, they perform on guitars, piano, bass and, yes, kitchen utensils.

Admission for Pump Boys and Dinettes is Adults - $22, Seniors - $21, Students - $14
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Tickets:

Adult: $18.00
Senior (60+): $17.00
Student: $10.00

Special for Heroes for Veterans: $15.00

Except for Pump Boys and Dinettes:
Adult: $22
Senior (60+): $21
Student: $14

Fees: $1.50 per ticket


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