2015–2016 Season

Angel Street (a.k.a., Gaslight)

Play by Patrick Hamilton, Directed by Jenna Grubb and Matt McDonald

Better known by its movie title of Gaslight, Angel Street tells the tale of the Manninghams, who live on Angel Street in the Pimlico district of London in 1880. It is the demoniac story of Jack Manningham and his methodical psychological torturing of his wife into insanity. But why?…

  • October 16th & 17th 7pm (Friday and Saturday)
  • October 23rd & 24th 7pm (Friday and Saturday)
  • October 25th 2pm (Sunday)
  • October 30th & October 31st 7pm (Friday and Saturday)

Agnes of God

Play by John Pielmeier, Directed by Glen Bjornson

Summoned to a covent, Dr. Martha Livingstone, a court-appointed psychiatrist, is charged with assessing the sanity of a novice accused of murdering her newborn. Miriam Ruth, the Mother Superior, determindly keeps young Agnes from the doctor, arousing Livingstone’s suspicions further. Who killed the infant and who fathered the tiny victim? Livingstone’s questions force all three women to re-examine the meaning of faith and the power of love leading to a dramatic, compelling climax.—Samuel French

  • January 15th & 16th 7pm (Friday and Saturday)
  • January 22nd & 23rd 7pm (Friday and Saturday)
  • January 24th 2pm (Sunday)
  • January 29th & 30th 7pm (Friday and Saturday)

The Marvelous Wonderettes

Musical by Roger Bean, Directed by Diana McKinney

Audiences will be transported back to the year 1958 where, as attendees of the Springfield High School prom, they’ll meet the Wonderettes, four girls with hopes and dreams as big as their crinoline skirts! They’ll learn about the girls’ lives and loves, and be treated to the girls performing classic ‘50s and ‘60s songs such as Lollipop, Dream Lover, Stupid Cupid, Lipstick on Your Collar; Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me; It’s My Party, and over 20 other classic hits! You’ve never had this much fun at a prom and you will never forget The Marvelous Wonderettes—a must-take musical trip down memory lane!—Steele Spring Stage Rights

  • March 11th & 12th 7pm (Friday and Saturday)
  • March 18th & 19th 7pm (Friday and Saturday
  • March 20th 2pm (Sunday)
  • March 25th & 26th 7pm (Friday and Saturday)

Dead Man’s Cell Phone

Play by Sarah Ruhl, Directed by Teri Nehrenz

An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet café. A stranger at the next table who has had enough. And a dead man—with a lot of loose ends. So begins Dead Man’s Cell Phone, a wildly imaginative new comedy by MacArthur “Genius” Grant recipient and Pulitzer Prize finalist, Sarah Ruhl, author of The Clean House and Eurydice. A work about how we memorialize the dead—and how that remembering changes us—it is the odyssey of a woman forced to confront her own assumptions about morality, redemption, and the need to connect in a technologically obsessed world.—Samuel French

  • May 6th & 7th 7pm (Friday and Saturday)
  • May 13th & 14th 7pm (Friday and Saturday
  • May 15th 2pm (Sunday)
  • May 20th & 21st 7pm (Friday and Saturday)

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