by: Scott McPherson October 19 - November 10, 2018
directed by Debbie Ruzicka produced by Dianne Wawrzyniak and Dan Ruzicka
Marvin's Room is an award-winning, dark comedy with mordant humor and unflinching wisdom. It is a moving view of one woman's commitment to family and response to despair. This is a play about living and dying - but mostly about living.
Jennifer Torchia as Bessie
Julie Rodgers-Baker as Lee
Holly Van Horn as Ruth
Joey Baker as Hank
Carroll Creedon as Charlie
Rich Bucchi as Doctor Wally
Katarina Creedon as Dr. Charlotte/Director
Bruce Worthel as Bob
directed by Cynthia Katz produced by Renata Allelujka
This fascinating work of science fiction takes place in the not-too-distant future. The members of one family are facing critical turning points in their lives. Each of them is forced to confront some profound questions about their humanity. How does the fluidity of memory inform and
determine their identity? How does the increasing pervasiveness of technology affect them and their connections with each other? And what precisely is it that makes them human? This highly thought-provoking play is a deeply human story about our relationship with technology. It will remain with you long after you leave the theater.
Jamie Ewing as Walter
Angelee Johns as Marjorie
Mary Kuhn as Tess
Guy Sullivan as Jon
Souvenir: A Fantasia on the Life of Florence Foster Jenkins
by: Stephen Temperley March 22 - April 13, 2019
directed by Kevin Taylor produced by Matthew Taylor
Souvenir: A Fantasia on the Life of Florence Foster Jenkins is a comedy with music based on the real-life story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a wealthy society eccentric who suffered under the delusion that she was a great operatic soprano-when, in fact, she could not sing two consecutive notes in tune. Nonetheless, she sold out Carnegie Hall in two hours in 1944. Souvenir is an amusing and tender story told through the eyes of Cosme McMoon, Florence's accompanist. He is a talented musician who at first sees Florence only as a meal ticket, but their relationship becomes one of real friendship and affection.
Doug Orlyk as Cosme McMoon
Christine Pfenninger as Florence Foster Jenkins
directed by Lynn Walsh produced by Sue Keenan and Maggie Fredricks
This absorbing drama involves a compassionate social worker, Caroline, who wants to do the best possible thing for the vulnerable children in her charge. But the kids keep coming one case after another. Luna Gale is one of those children taken from damaged parents. Which family care option will be the ideal solution? The decision lies in the hands of a "failed" social worker with her own inner struggles.
Kate Roberts as Karlie
Brian McLeod as Peter
Jackie Meara as Caroline
Debbie Roberts as Cindy
Guy Sullivan as Cliff
Tony Lage as Pastor Jay
Allegra Sweeney as Lourdes