Over The Hill

September 29 – October 2, 2022

Friday, Sept 30 show canceled due to weather 

Second Stage Production 

You cannot turn back the hands of a clock. Time does not creep backwards; in fact, as you get older, time seems to barrel forward faster than ever. Over the Hill: The Musical is a collection of 16 vignettes that revolve around the life experiences, relationships, and musings of older adults. The musical is organized into four Acts that loosely characterize the experience of aging itself: 1) Bring It On; 2) Moving On; 3) Hanging On; and finally, 4) Letting Go. The characters offer poignant and deeply personal glimpses into their lives, as they highlight the pain, the pleasures, the triumph and empowerment, the richness and the losses, and the wisdom that awaits us…over the hill!

This production includes a bonus segment- Southern Comfort.  

Southern Comfort is a selection of memories by female Southern writers, presented in a Readers Theater format.

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Avenue Q

October 13-16, 20-22

Avenue Q is about real life. It’s about finding a job, losing a job, learning about racism, getting an apartment, getting kicked out of your apartment, being different, falling in love, promiscuity, avoiding commitment, hangovers, Internet porn, and discovering the world. It’s the story of a college grad named Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that, although the residents seem nice, it’s clear that this is not an ordinary group of neighbors. One of them starts to talk to him about gays, and the second about racism, and another about pornography. One of the girls living in the house is trying to seduce one of her neighbors, but as he refuses, she considers this impossible. Another couple begins to play a game with alcohol which leads to an affair that causes one of them to get fired for not going to work. One of the characters struggles with his non-traditional gender orientation. Some couples decide to marry, and others decide to split. The majority of the persons involved – are puppet monsters akin to the ones on the Muppet Show. The singers are on stage, dressed in black, and although the audience is supposed to ignore their presence, they tend to act along with their characters. Much of the humor is crude and the language is often foul, so despite appearing to be a children’s show, it is very definitely for mature audiences.

Winner: The 2004 Tony Award for Best Musical

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Doubt, A Parable 

November 10-13, 2022

MAC Lobby Performance

“What do you do when you’re not sure?” asks Father Brendan Flynn, the new progressive priest at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in the Bronx, NY, in 1964. Sister Aloysius Beauvier, the stalwart principal of St. Nicholas’ adjoining Catholic school. Sister Aloysius is fierce in her convictions and devoted to running a well-functioning school. Her leadership conflicts with Sister James, an enthusiastic young nun who teaches history as if she is performing on a Broadway stage. Sister James suspects an inappropriate connection between Father Flynn and the new black male student. Father Flynn claims that he is simply acting as the boy’s protector, shielding him from what would otherwise be relentless torment from his white classmates. However, Sister Aloysius suspects that Father Flynn is not being truthful. Father Flynn is sure she is pursuing a personal vendetta against the modernization of the Church. In her efforts to right a perceived wrong, Sister Aloysius must work to break down the institutional hierarchies that have allowed the abuse of power—and children—to run rampant in the Church.

Winner: The 2005 Tony Award for Best Play; The 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama; The 2005 Drama Desk Award for Best Play

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Cinderella - A Tale Retold

December 1-4, 8-10

They’re all here. The haughty, vain stepmother, the idiotic, bumbling step-sisters, the ditzy fairy godmother, the prince who does not want to be King, his far to dramatic valet, and all the others who await your visit to the castle of the King and Queen of Everything. Oh…and she is here too. Cinderella…a girl who does not necessarily need a prince to save her. Join us for the days leading up to the royal ball and then for the night of the famous evening…complete with a dropped shoe…or two.

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