2019-2020 Season

The Music Man

Directed by Gary Craig Schoenfeld, Jr.

August 9 to September 8, 2019

Meredith Willson's six-time Tony Award-winning 1957 musical comedy follows smooth-talking traveling salesman, Harold Hill, who arrives in the tight-knit town of River City planning to con the townspeople, and whose plan is foiled when the stern and skeptical local librarian, Marian Paroo, doesn’t buy his story. As Harold struggles to keep his plan in focus, he slowly falls not just for the librarian, but for the people of the town he had meant to swindle.

The Mousetrap

Directed by Mike Fatum

October 4 to October 20, 2019

A group of guests gather in a country house, cut off by a blizzard, only to realize - to their horror - that there is a murderer in their midst. One by one, the characters reveal their questionable pasts in the isolation of the house, until at the last, nerve-wracking instant when the identity and the motive are finally revealed. Since its debut in 1952, The Mousetrap has become the longest running play in the history of London’s West End with the 25,000th performance taking place on 18 November 2012.

The Savannah Sipping Society

Directed by Debi Durst

November 8 to November 24, 2019

This delightful and upbeat comedy features four unique Southern women who are drawn together by their longing to escape the humdrum of their every-day lives, making the decision that it’s about time they renew their zest for living, and perhaps even for love. Through laugher, libations, and misadventure, the women find lasting friendships in one another, and a determination to live life in the present.

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Directed by Doug Greer

February 7 to March 1, 2020

Winner of the Tony and the Drama Desk Awards for Best Book, this hilarious and jubilant musical comedy features a group of six awkward young students competing at the annual spelling bee. In between the rounds of the contest, the students delve into an eclectic and touching mix of stories from their lives at home, revealing personal details about themselves that together show the audience that perhaps winning is not, after all, the most important thing.