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Fools is a comic fable by Neil Simon. The story follows Leon Steponovich Tolchinsky, a schoolteacher who takes a new job in the village of Kulyenchikov, Ukraine. His is tasked with educating Sophia, the daughter of Dr. Zubritsky and his wife, Lenya. Leon soon learns that there is a curse on the village that makes everyone stupid, but complications ensue when Leon falls in love with his pupil.

Neil Simon
October 13th - October 22nd

It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play


This beloved American holiday classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940s radio broadcast. With the help of an ensemble that brings a few dozen characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.

Joe Landry

Dilemmas With Dinner


Junior executive Brooke invites her boss and his wife over for dinner in the hopes of securing a promotion. While frantically getting ready, Brooke and her husband discover that the hired help is coincidentally the boss' ex-daughter-in-law. Just when it seems everything that could go wrong has gone wrong, Brooke's boss has an unfortunate announcement to make -- though not as unfortunate as the candlestick attack, appetizer toss, and general chaos that then ensues...

Robin Roberts

Design for Murder


Tallulah Bankhead toured in this exciting play. We follow Celia Granger along with her son David. The show centers around her efforts to maintain the traditions attached to her family and home. Suddenly a young maid is killed. The detective on the case is revealed to have admired Celia and brings a bit of romance to her life. The climax finds Celia alone in the house and the murderer ready to strike again...

George Batson

Into the Woods


This epic musical combines some of your favorite fairy tales including Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel and more to reveal the story behind some of those tales and the ever after after the "happily ever after." Reminding us that "no one is alone" even giants.

Stephen Sondheim

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