Barbecue Apocalypse

By Matt Lyle 

Three couples gather on the back deck of a modest suburban home for a midsummer barbecue where the hosts, Mike and Deb, struggle with feelings of inadequacy about their decor, their clothes, their careers, their culinary skills, and pretty much everything else. The superficial, neuroses-laden squabbles abound until the group discovers the rest of the world has been falling apart…. literally...during their barbecue. For these complacent suburbanites, the end is just the beginning.

"A good comedy makes you laugh, a really good one makes you think. Barbeque Apocalypse is a really good one”—Dallas Morning News.

“Lyle has carved out a unique niche, midway between Eugene O’Neill and Eugene Levy”—Dallas Voice.

Directed by Larry Williams

Mar. 29, 30 and Apr. 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19,20 at 8:00pm
Mar. 31 and Apr. 7 and 14 at 2:00pm

General $26
Seniors (62+) $24
Student $22
Child (12 and under) $16

WARNING: While very funny, Barbecue Apocalypse contains sexual language and a graphic act of violence. Were it a film, it would probably be rated R.

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"Let Me Entertain You"

Ages 6-9

In this introduction to musical theater you will learn songs from classic musicals, explore movement and develop acting skills. Culminates in a simple, final class performance for family and friens.

Mondays, April 8-June 3, 2019


Fee: $80 resident, $110 non-resident

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"Building Character"

Ages 10-12

Learn how to develop a character and build relationships on and off stage through erercises, scene work, and material from musical theater. Culminates in a simple, final class performance for family and friends.

Mondays, April 8-June 3, 2019


 Fee: $100 resident, $110 non-resident

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"Showstoppers" Musical of the Month Club

Ages 13-17

Expand your muscial theater repertoire by exploring new musicals each month. Find deeper meaning in classic show tunes and modern favorites through lyric analysis. Each class includes team building and exercises in singing and acting. Second half of class will have time for individual projects in a masterclass setting: monologue work, resume building, song coaching, etc. This class is on a month-to-month basis.

First Saturday of each month, beginning May 1

(No class on August 3)


Fee: $30 per class. Credit cards in advance, cash only at the door

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Rogers and Hammerstein's


Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein
Music by Richard Rodgers
Additional material by Douglas Carter Beane

The first known instance of a “Cinderella story” appeared more than 2,000 years ago in 7 B.C. What makes this a story for the ages? It is a tale that celebrates everything we love and value: hard work, modesty, generosity, bravery, kindness and last, but certainly not least, the firm belief that something better...

something wonderful…

something impossible

is possible for us all.

This is the new, updated version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic in which Cinderella and Prince Topher meet as intellectual, if not social, equals. There are new songs, new subplots, new characters. But all the original favorites are still there: Impossible, Ten Minutes Ago, Stepsister’s Lament, A Lovely Night...and more!

Directed by Sheri Lee Miller
Music Direction by Paul Smith

May 10, 11, 17, 18, 23, 24 and 25 at 7:00pm
May 12, 18, 19 and 26 at 1:00pm

General $36
Senior (62+) $34
Student $30
Child (12 and under) $18

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