Directed by Carl Jordan 

Executive Producer - The Clay Foundation - West      Co-Producers - Suzanne & Wulfrin Oberlin

Produced with permission from: Dramatists Play Service Written by Terrence McNally

The opera diva Maria Callas, a glamorous, commanding, larger-than-life, caustic, and surprisingly funny pedagogue, is holding a singing master class. Alternately dismayed and impressed by the students who parade before her, she retreats into recollections about the glories of her own life and career. Included in her musings are her younger years as an ugly duckling. Funny and sometimes over the top, it is also poignant and ultimately deeply moving.

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Directors: Jaime Weiser Love and Larry Williams Music Director: TBA                           

Book & Lyrics by Stephen Cole Music by Claibe Richardson Additional Lyrics by Ronny Graham Conceived by Rita Lakin and Doris Silverton   

If you loved NetFlix’s hit “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” then this show is for you! It’s Saturday night in the early ’60s in the Catskills. When the regularly scheduled stars don’t show up to entertain the full house, the founders of Grossinger’s Resort gather around to share how it all happened – how the Catskills came to be the East Coast entertain-ment retreat. It’s a hilarious “kinda sorta true” story about the rise of the Borscht Belt and the hotel that came to symbolize everything that was the Catskills. The first three rows of the theater seating will actually be part of the show, so come ready to join in the fun!!

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Director: Larry Williams

Executive Producers  Vicki and Dave Stollmeyer

Performed with permission from: Concord Theatricals Written by Patrick Barlow and John Buchan If you like to laugh, this is your show! The play’s concept calls for the entire-ty of the 1935 Alfred Hitchcock film “The 39 Steps” to be performed with a cast of only four. These four actors play everything from heroes, villains, men, women and children to the occasional inanimate object. This delight-ful wild ride is full of allusions to other iconic Alfred Hitchcock movies, in-cluding Strangers on a Train, Rear Window, Psycho, Vertigo and North by Northwest.

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Director: Michael Ross                                  Musical Director: TBA

Co-Producer Annie Bauer

Performed with special permission from Musical Theater International Book by Bob Martin and Don McKeller Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lamberg and Greg Morrison SHOW 6 - THE DROWSY CHAPERONE The Drowsy Chaperone begins with a gentlemen, a true lover of the theater, alone in his home. He chooses an album carefully – the soundtrack of his favorite musical, the fictional 1928 hit The Drowsy Chaperone – and sits down to listen. As the record plays, the musical comes to life on stage, and he wryly comments on the music, story, and actors, and sometimes even joins in the fun. This show is a delightful, full-of-fun homage to the American musicals of the Jazz Age which ex-amines, in a playful way, the effect musicals have on those of us who adore them.

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