2016-2017 Regular Season

Good People

By David Lindsay-Abaire
Fred Sternfeld, director
Marianne Paul, producer

October 21 – November 12, 2016 | Purchase Tickets Online

Margie and Mike grew up good friends in blue-collar South Boston. After high school, Mike caught every break and moved quickly to the top of the financial ladder, while Margie’s no-luck life kept her in Southie juggling minimum-wage jobs and single motherhood on an increasingly slippery slope. When the meet again two decades later, the stark contract of their lives and a long-buried secret force them each to take an honest look at life.

Bus Stop

By William Inge
Craig Joseph, director
Renee Anthony Dee, producer

January 27 – February 18, 2017 | Purchase Tickets Online

As a howling snowstorm renders Kansas highways impassable, an interstate bus pulls up at a cheerful roadside diner where the passengers: a slightly seedy nightclub singer, a belligerent cowhand, a pompous middle-aged professor, plus their harried bus driver realize they will be marooned until morning with the wary café owner and dewy-eyed waitress.


By Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe
Dustin Oliver, director
Tim Shaffer, musical director
D. Keith Stiver, producer

April 28 – May 20, 2017 | Purchase Tickets Online

“Brigadoon,” the much-loved Lerner & Loewe musical fantasy, tells the delightful, whimsical tale about a love that transcends time. Set in a magical Scottish village which emerges from the Highland mists for just one day only once every 100 years, “Brigadoon” features the memorable songs “Heather on the Hill” and “Almost Like Being in Love.”

Benefit Show: “One Acts”

By David Ives

March 3 – 11, 2017 | Purchase Tickets Online

Winner of the John Gassner Playwrighting Award, this critically acclaimed, award-winning evening of comedies combines wit, intellect, satire and just plain fun.

The Benefit Show is not included in a regular season subscription package.

Summer Stock: “Grease”

By Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey
Marc C. Howard, director/choreographer
D. Keith Stiver, musical director

June 30 – July 15, 2017 | Purchase Tickets Online

Set in 1959 at the fictional Rydell High School, this popular musical follows ten working-class teenagers as they navigate the complexities of peer pressure, politics, personal core values, and love.

The Summer Stock production is not included in a regular season subscription package.

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