2017-2018 Season Information will come available during The Duke, The Music, The Women (A Tribute to Duke Ellington) May 19-June 3!

Season re-subscriptions will be available first, new Subscribers to follow.
Individual show tickets for the entire season will become available following new subscribers, check back for all those dates!

A group rate for 20 and over is available.

All seats are reserved. Please arrive 15 minutes before curtain to guarantee your seats.
The theatre is handicapped accessible.
All tickets are non-refundable.

Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice
Based on the Comic by Charles Addams
October 7-9    |    October 14-16    |    October 21-23
$20 Adults  |  $13 Students
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm | Sundays at 2pm

It’s every father’s nightmare! –  Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. If that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. (The show is based upon the cartoon characters of Charles Addams, which depicts a ghoulish American family with an affinity for all things macabre.)

Adapted for the stage by James W. Rodgers. Based on the film by Frank Capra.

December 2-4    |    December 9-11    |    December 16-18
$20 Adults  |  $13 Students
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm | Sundays at 2pm

Join us for the classic, heart-warming Christmas saga of George Bailey, the Everyman, who learns the value of life and the impact one individual can have on so many others.  All the sparkling, fun-loving characters, from Bedford Falls will be here; Mary and Violet, Mrs. Bailey, Uncle Billy, the Scrooge-like villain, Mr. Potter, and of course, George’s guardian angel, Clarence.  It’s a Wonderful Life not only celebrates the season, it also celebrates our American way of life: that hard work, fair play, love, and the support of family and community, will be rewarded.

By Dan Goggin
February 3-5    |    February 10-12    |    February 17-19

$20 Adults  |  $13 Students
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm | Sundays at 2pm

Five of the 19 surviving Little Sisters of Hoboken, discover that their cook, Sister Julia, Child of God, accidentally killed the other fifty-two residents of the convent with her tainted vichyssoise. Upon discovering the disaster, Mother Superior had a vision in which she was told to start a greeting card company to raise funds for the burials. The greeting cards were an enormous success and, thinking there was plenty of money, the Reverend Mother bought a VCR and camcorder for the convent, leaving her with no money in the kitty to pay for the last four burials. With the deceased nuns on ice in the deep freeze, they decide to stage a variety show in the Mount Saint Helen’s School auditorium to raise the necessary amount.

By Brian Friel

March 24-26    |  March 31-April 2   |    April 7-9
$20 Adults  |  $13 Students
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm | Sundays at 2pm

This hauntingly lyrical play is about nothing less than language as the soul of a nation. Set in 1833 in Ireland, it tells of the British army’s campaign to replace the native Gaelic place names with English ones in an attempt to end centuries of fighting by setting up a political union based on a common language. Against a beautiful backdrop, Lieutenant Yolland, a British soldier, falls in love with Maire, a peasant girl, and with Ireland. Their romance sparks displeasure and anger in the Irish and English alike, and when Yolland goes missing, the mutual revenge taken threatens to tear the countryside apart.

May 19-21    |    May 26-28    |   June 2-4
$20 Adults  |  $13 Students
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm | Sundays at 2pm

A musical tribute to the many women who at one time or another in their career, were given the opportunity to sing lead with the great Duke Ellington band. This piece takes the audience on a musical journey though the great Jazz age during the Harlem Renaissance. This performance is sprinkled with numerous tidbits of history that will educate the theatre-goer and leave them mesmerized!