Directed by Barbara Williams
February 14 to February 23
Written by Eve Ensler and first produced in 1996, this episodic production is a series of monologues focusing on women's empowerment and the female experience.
Directed by Sarah Lodick
March 14 to April 6
A favorite Gilbert & Sullivan classic. Join Frederic and Mabel on their musical journey of love, loyalty, duty and, of most importantly... Pirates!
Directed by Gary Pugh Newman
April 25 to May 18
A Southern Gothic comedy of romance, murder and alien abduction. The San Jose Mercury says: "Deliciously offbeat…Sisterhood as an extreme sport… It's just plum impossible to resist the flights of whimsy!"
Directed by Jenny Hernandez
August 15 to September 7
Based on the 1944 film of the same title, this wonderful musical follows a family living in St. Louis, Missouri on the eve of the 1904 World's Fair.
Directed by John Tranchitella
September 26 to October 19
Oscar Wilde's "Trivial Comedy for Serious People" was first performed in 1895 and has remained a classic favorite.
Directed by Henry Sellenthin
October 31 to November 23
Based on the play "Blithe Spirit" by Noël Coward, HIGH SPIRITS is "An Improbable Musical Comedy" about the woes of a widower and his second wife after the spirit of his first wife is summoned in a séance.