Directed by Mick Berry
February 20 to March 8, 1998
In this one-man show, San Francisco stand-up comedian Mick Berry explores his relationship to his veteran dad, while touching the hearts of those that lived during WWII.
Directed by Jennifer Gauthier
April 10 to May 2, 1998
A murder missed frames the victim and how will the truth come out? Scotland Yard and the love of a good man culminate in a scene of almost unbearable suspense.
Directed by Cathy Fithian
May 10 to May 17, 1998
Shirley Valentine: her hope and self-confidence badly shattered by school, marriage and life, she is reduced to talking to the kitchen wall as she dreams of completely different lifestyle.
Directed by Candi Pickering
June 5 to June 27, 1998
Remember when the west was wild, the women were soft and the men were brave? Well, think again 'cause the worst dust storm of the 1800s is about to hit town and the men have all skedaddled leaving the women to fend for themselves!
Directed by David Guilmette
July 31 to August 22, 1998
Sibling rivalry, adultery and dungeons - this play centers around the inner conflicts of the royal family as they fight over both a kingdom, as well as King Henry’s paramour during the Christmas of 1183.
Directed by Craig Cummins
October 2 to October 17, 1998
Harkening back to the original concept of Frankenstein, suspenseful horror, greater depth of character and a new and different love story - the final confrontation between the doctor and the creature produces a startling surprise.
Directed by Joyce Perkins
November 20 to December 12, 1998
Come one and all for this wonderful holiday tribute to music and mirth full of singing, dancing, and bits of comedy, all designed to bring you and yours Happy Holidays!