THE TAFFETAS - A Musical

Date TBD 

Conceived by Rick Lewis

Directed by Michael Ross

A TOE-TAPPING, FINGER-SNAPPING MUSICAL REVUE SALUTING THE SONGS OF THE FABULOUS 50’s!

Journey back the fabulous 1950’s for a fun and nostalgic musical romp. The Taffetas are a quartet of sisters from the Midwest who are determined to sing their way onto national television! You’ll be a part of their debut studio audience as they knock your bobby socks off paying tribute to the McGuire Sisters, The Fontane Sisters and the Chordettes. 

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ALL IS CALM

December Date TBD

Written by Peter Rothstein, Music by Timothy C. Takach, Erick Lichte - Vocal Arrangements

Directed by Michael Ross

The Western Front, Christmas, 1914. Out of the violence a silence, then a song. A German soldier steps into No Man’s Land singing “Stille Nacht.” Thus begins an extraordinary night of camaraderie, music, and peace. A remarkable true story, told in the words and songs of the men who lived it.

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LIGHT UP THE SKYA Comedy by Moss Hart

February Date TBD

Directed by Larry Williams

Moss Hart’s Light Up the Sky takes place in the Ritz- Carlton hotel room of Broadway actress Miss Irene Livingston, prior to the opening of a new play in an out-of-town tryout. Over the course of the evening -- and thus, over the course of the play -- we follow a truck-driver-turned-playwright watching his first play being produced in Boston.  The opening night seems to go awry and the producer, cast, etc., believe it is a flop and turn against one another, against the producer and especially against their unlikely author. When it turns out that the reviews are favorable, however, the tables turn, and we see how easily show business people can go from friends to enemies to friends, once more.

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SATURDAY NIGHT AT GROSSINGER’S

April Date TBD

Book & lyrics by Stephen Cole
Music by Claibe Richardson

Directed by Jaime Weiser Love and Larry Williams

Ever wondered how the Catskills became a mecca for family vacations and a chance to see the era’s biggest stars? Saturday night. The Catskills. 1962. When the stars do not show up to entertain the packed house at the brand-new nightclub at the greatest hotel in the region. A hilarious, tuneful, and ultimately moving six-character musical about the rise of the Borscht Belt and the hotel that came to symbolize it all… Grossinger's! If you love “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (an Amazon Prime Video hit), you’re sure to love Saturday Night at Grossinger’s, brought to us by Merman’s Apprentice playwright Stephen Cole, who is coming from New York to spend opening weekend with us!

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LAUGHTER On The 23rd FLOOR -  A Comedy by Neil Simon

June Date TBD

Directed by Michael Ross

A NEIL SIMON GEM!

Called “The Funniest Comedy on Broadway” by critics when it debuted in 1993, Simon revisits his early days in the Writer's Room on shows like Sid Caesar’s Your Show of Shows. Backlit by the Cold War, women joining the work force, and the McCarthy era, the play it returns us to a time when America was falling in love with this new thing called television.  Based on the real life antics of Neil Simon and his brother Danny.

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SUNSET BOULEVARD - A Musical

July Date TBD

Book and Lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber.  

Directed by Carl Jordan

ARE YOU READY FOR YOUR CLOSE UP?

Faded silent film star Norma Desmond (Dani Innocenti Beem), lives firmly in the past in her decaying mansion on the fabled Sunset Blvd. When young but jaded screenwriter Joe Gillis accidentally crosses her path, she sees in him an opportunity to make her return to the big screen, and possibly, to life. Based on Billy Wilder's Academy Award-winning 1950 film of the same title.

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