2012-2013

Sylvia

September 7th through September 30th, 2012
Directed by Elliot Weiner

Night Watch

October 19th through November 11th, 2012
Directed by Randy Clark

Miracle on 34th Street

November 30th through December 23rd, 2012
Directed by Casi Wilkerson

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks

January 18th through February 10th, 2013
Directed by Frank Kohel

The Joy Luck Club

March 15th through April 7th, 2013
Directed by David Hsieh

Little Shop of Horrors

May 3rd through May 26th, 2013
Directed by Maria Valenzuela

A down-and out skid row floral assistant becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers an exotic plant with a mysterious craving for fresh blood. Soon “Audrey II” grows into an ill-tempered, foul-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore who offers him fame and fortune in exchange for feeding its growing appetite, finally revealing itself to be an alien creature poised for global domination!


2011-2012

25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

September 2nd through September 25th, 2011
Directed by Suzy Willhoft

Six nerdy teens (played by adults) compete in a highly charged annual county spelling bee. The competition is intense, the words outrageous. Let the spelling and the singing begin! Judged by outlandish adults: a nostalgic former bee winner, a mildly insane Vice Principal, and the Official Comfort Counselor who is completing his community service obligations. Both tender and sardonic, this hilarious, irreverent Tony Award-winning musical about brainy kids takes you inside the wacky, end all spelling championship. 

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

October 14th through November 6th, 2011
Directed by Elliot Weiner

An elegant re-telling of the classic horror story: however, this is not your grandfather's version. The dark Mr. Hyde, indeed, comes out, but he is not entirely evil: he loves, and is loved. Likewise, Dr. Jekyll is not the pure soul we've come to believe him to be. While Hatcher's play honors the original, it gives a more complex interpretation of the duel nature of personalities and the evil that lurks in the hearts of men. A perfect play for mystery lovers on a dark fall night!

A Christmas Carol

December 2nd through December 24th, 2011
Directed by Brie Yost

Dickens' beloved ghost story comes to life in a whole new way as seen through the eyes of Dickens himself. On Christmas Eve 1843, friends and family gather at his home and ask him to tell a story, but he refuses to work on Christmas Eve. If there is going to be a story told, each must take a part in its telling. Thus they are transformed into the familiar characters of the classic tale with the cast often playing over 40 parts. We are reminded once again of the true meaning of Christmas.

California Suite

January 20th through February 14th, 2012
Directed by Frank Kohel

Seldom staged in recent years, this Simon classic uses one of the author's favorite devices: a posh Beverley Hills hotel suite and four different pairs of occupants. Simon, the quintessential quipster, is a genius at two-character scenes particularly those involving spouses caught in highly charged dilemmas. If only the walls could talk. But this is the theatre and we, the audience, become the fourth wall as we glimpse into the lives of the Visitors from New York, the Visitors from Philadelphia, the Visitors from London and the Visitors from Chicago. Prepare for a night of verbal sparring and rib-tickling laughter.

Someone Who'll Watch Over Me

March 9th through April 1st, 2012
Directed by Doug Kerr
 
Winner of the New York Drama Critics Award for Best Foreign Play, this script was also nominated for several Tony Awards, including Best Play, in 1993. From Ireland's foremost playwright, Frank McGuinness, comes a tale that is as current as it was twenty years ago. Three men, an American doctor, an Irish journalist, and an English professor have been kidnapped and are being held captive in Beirut. How do they survive as they attempt to overcome their dilemma when their only weapons are hope, humor, and sheer determination? This play is an incredible journey into the soul that will make you laugh out loud, cry, and affirm your faith in the human spirit.

Footloose the Musical

April 20th through May 20th, 2012  
Directed by Chris Nardine

Based on Kevin Bacon's 1984 hit movie which captured the heart of America, this musical bursts on to the stage with a youthful spirit, dazzling dance scenes and electrifying music. Ren, a teen from Chicago, is forced to move with his mother to a puritanical small town in Texas after his father abandons the family. To his shock, dancing and rock and roll are forbidden! He and his classmates want a senior prom. It doesn't take Ren long to shake up the status quo and soon the whole class is on their feet sending the town into a frenzy. This show will have everyone ready to join in as the cast dances across the stage!

2010-2011

Sleuth

August 27th through September 26th 2010

The ultimate game of cat-and-mouse is played out in a cozy English country house owned by celebrated mystery writer, Andrew Wyke. Invited guest Milo Tindle, a young rival who shares not only Wyke's love of the game but also his wife, has come to lay claim. Revenge is devised and murders plotted as the two plan the ultimate whodunnit.  Winner of the Tony and Drama Critics Circle award for Best Play.

Eleemosynary

October 22nd through November 14th 2010

Eleemosynary probes into the delicate relationship of three women: the grandmother, Dorothea, who has sought to assert her independence through strong-willed eccentricity; her brilliant daughter, Artie (Artemis), who has fled the stifling domination of her mother; and Artie's daughter, Echo, a child of exceptional intellect-and sensitivity-whom Artie has abandoned to an upbringing by Dorothea. As the play begins, Dorothea has suffered a stroke, and while Echo has reestablished contact with her mother, it is only through extended telephone conversations, during which real issues are skirted and their talk is mostly about the precocious Echo's single-minded domination of a national spelling contest. But, in the end, after Dorothea's death, both Artie and Echo come to accept their mutual need and summon the courage to try, at last, to build a life together-despite the risks and terrors that this holds for both of them after so many years of alienation.

Annie

November 26th through December 24th 2010

Leapin' Lizards! Just in time for Christmas!  The popular comic strip heroine takes centerstage in one of the world's best-loved musicals.  "Annie" is a spunky Depression-era orphan determined to find her parents, who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan's evil machinations, befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and finds a new family and home in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary Grace Farrell and a lovable mutt named Sandy.

Frost / Nixon

January 14th through February 6th 2011

The writer of the award-winning The Queen and The Last King of Scotland tackles the question: How did David Frost, a famous British talk-show host with a playboy reputation, elicit the apology that the rest of the world was waiting to hear from former President Richard Nixon? This fast-paced new play chillingly recounts of one of the most monumental television interviews of all time. A Tony-winning play and Oscar-nominated film.

A Flea in Her Ear

March 4th through March 27th 2011

A Flea in Her Ear is the greatest of French farces, perhaps the greatest farce ever written. Raymonde Chandebise suspects that her husband, Victor, a placid and successful insurance executive, is secretly having an affair. To find out, she and her friend Lucienne write him an anonymous love letter suggesting a rendezvous at the shady Frisky Puss Hotel. Thinking the letter was intended for his coworker, the gigolo Tournel, Victor sends Tournel off to make the rendezvous in his place. Lucienne’s jealous Spanish husband, meanwhile, finds the letter, recognizes his wife’s handwriting and takes his pistols to the Frisky Puss, hoping to catch her in the act. Meanwhile,Victor’s nephew Camille tries to warn everyone about the mix-up, but his ridiculous speech impediment prevents anyone from understanding him. In Act Two, all decamp to the Frisky Puss where, it turns out, the drunken bellboy Poche is the exact double of the proper Victor Chandebise. Meeting Poche and thinking she’s been caught by her husband, Raymonde keeps trying to escape from the hotel with Tournel, but a revolving bed keeps flinging them from room to room, as more and more of the involved parties pile into the hotel in a climax culminating in the entrance of the jealous Spaniard and his pistols. In Act Three the vortex spins even faster as all the parties return to the Chandebise home utterly confused about what actually happened and who was who at the Frisky Puss. The drunken bellboy arrives, is mistaken once again for Victor, and all the threads of the multiple mix-ups are sorted out as Victor and Raymonde recognize their mutual confusions and are reunited.

Always Patsy Cline

April 29th through May 29th 2011

“Always…Patsy Cline” is more than a tribute to the legendary country singer who died tragically at age 30 in a plane crash in 1963.  The show is based on a true story about Cline’s friendship with a fan from Houston named Louise Seger, who befriended the star in a Texas honky-tonk in l961, and continued a correspondence with Cline until her death. 

2000-2010

2000-01

  • Pump Boys And Dinettes
  • Yes Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus
  • The Musical Comedy Murders Of 1940
  • Harvey
  • Guys And Dolls

2001-02

  • Arsenic & Old Lace
  • Oliver!
  • The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare, Abridged (Special)
  • The Piano Lesson
  • Brighton Beach Memoirs
  • South Pacific

2002-03

  • The Foreigner
  • Cinderella
  • The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare, Abridged (Special)
  • Inherit The Wind
  • Biloxi Blues
  • Hello, Dolly!

2003-04

  • The Odd Couple
  • The Wizard Of Oz
  • The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare, Abridged (Special)
  • Of Mice And Men
  • Having Our Say
  • Camelot
  • 85 Years Gala Event

2004-05

  • Ten Little Indians
  • Treasure Island
  • Some Enchanted Evening
  • The Nerd
  • Annie Get Your Gun

2005-06

  • Charley's Aunt
  • The Secret Garden
  • Ain't Misbehavin
  • The Women
  • 1776

2006-07

  • Dreamgirls
  • The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe
  • The Seven Year Itch
  • Wait Until Dark
  • The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas

2007-2008

  • Auntie Mame
  • Sleeping Beauty: A Fairy Tale
  • Blithe Spirit
  • Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
  • Broadway's Fabulous Fifties

2008-2009

  • Much Ado About Nothing
  • Leading Ladies
  • Dear Santa
  • The Crucible
  • On Golden Pond
  • Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story

2009-2010

  • The Star Spangled Girl
  • Lend me a Tenor
  • A Christmas Story
  • Over the River and Through the Woods
  • Noises Off
  • Major Barbara

1990-2000

1990-91

  • BLITHE SPIRIT
  • THE FOX
  • SHIVAREE
  • ALL MY SONS
  • LAUNDRY & BOURBON / LONE STAR
  • CAMELOT

1991-92

  • THE WIZ
  • BULLSHOT CRUMMOND
  • AGNES OF GOD
  • COMPANY OF WAYWARD SAINTS
  • THE DIVINERS
  • THE BAKER’S WIFE

1992-93

  • QUILTERS
  • THE CRUCIBLE
  • THE BOYS IN AUTUMN
  • DADDY’S DYI’N (WHO’S GOT THE WILL?)
  • DRIVING MISS DAISY
  • FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

1993-94

  • THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
  • YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU
  • THE 1940’S RADIO HOUR
  • THE GOOD TIMES ARE KILLING ME
  • ELEEMOSYNARY
  • AIN’T MISBEHAVI’N

1994-95

  • KISS ME KATE
  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
  • JOINED AT THE HEAD
  • I’M NOT RAPPAPORT
  • THE GLASS MENAGERIE
  • PIPPIN

1995-96

  • LEND ME A TENOR
  • JOSEPH & THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT
  • PRIVATE LIVES
  • LOVE LETTERS
  • A RAISIN IN THE SUN
  • COME BACK TO THE FIVE AND DIME JIMMY DEAN, JIMMY DEAN
  • MAN OF LA MANCHA

1996-97

  • NOISES OFF
  • OF THEE I SING
  • JOSEPH & THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT (Special)
  • LATER LIFE
  • A THOUSAND CLOWNS
  • SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION
  • ONCE UPON A MATTRESS

1997-98

  • A SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS
  • A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC
  • AMEN CORNER
  • LOVE LETTERS
  • THE RAINMAKER
  • LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

1998-99

  • LOST IN YONKERS
  • THE SOUND OF MUSIC
  • TWELVE ANGRY MEN
  • STEEL MAGNOLIAS
  • THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE

1999-2000

  • THE MOUSETRAP
  • PETER PAN
  • BUBBLING BROWN SUGAR
  • THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
  • MY FAIR LADY

1980-1990

1980-81

  • THE WILD GOOSE CHASE
  • THE BAD SEED
  • HEAVEN CAN WAIT
  • SCROOGE
  • THE LILLIES OF THE FIELD
  • ROYAL GAMBIT
  • LOVE RIDES THE RAILS
  • KISS ME KATE

1981-82

  • A THOUSAND CLOWNS
  • THE ROYAL FAMILY
  • BEDROOM FARCE
  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN
  • BORN YESTERDAY
  • GYPSY

1982-83

  • APPLAUSE
  • MURDER AMONG FRIENDS
  • ABIE’S IRISH ROSE
  • THE GLASS MENAGERIE
  • LILY, THE FELON’S DAUGHTER
  • ON GOLDEN POND

1983-84

  • PRESENT LAUGHTER
  • SWEENEY TODD
  • HERE LIES JEREMY TROY
  • TRIBUTE
  • NO SOONER WON THAN WED
  • MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION

1984-85

  • HAY FEVER
  • HOBSON’S CHOICE
  • THE SEA HORSE
  • ARMS AND THE MAN
  • MURDER ON ARRIVAL
  • JENNY, THE MAIL ORDER BRIDE

1985-86

  • ARTICHOKE
  • ANGEL STREET
  • LION IN THE WINTER
  • THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES
  • HABEAS CORPUS
  • MURDER BY THE BOOK
  • THE FANTASTICKS
  • THE CLOWN WHO RAN AWAY

1986-87

  • SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY
  • TO GILLIAN ON HER 37TH BIRTHDAY
  • SLY FOX
  • EPISODE 26
  • THE LITTLE FOXES
  • JOE EGG
  • SOMETHING’S AFOOT

1987-88

  • THE LIAR
  • THE COUNTRY GIRL
  • ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR
  • RING AROUND THE MOON
  • PACK OF LIES
  • DAMES AT SEA

1988-89

  • WHODUNNIT
  • STRANGE SNOW
  • BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS
  • LUNCH HOUR
  • CRIMES OF THE HEART
  • OLIVER!

1989-90

  • SEE HOW THEY RUN
  • SEMPER FI
  • EDUCATING RITA
  • PASS THE BUTLER
  • MASTER HAROLD AND THE BOYS
  • A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
  • ELIZA AND THE LUMBERJACK

1970-1980

1970-71

  • CACTUS FLOWER
  • A CASE OF LIBEL
  • SUDS IN YOUR EYE
  • LOVE IN “E” FLAT
  • HARVEY
  • CRITIC’S CHOICE
  • DAMN YANKEES

1971-72

  • GOODBYE CHARLIE
  • THE BEST LAID PLANS
  • PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT
  • THE PRICE
  • PRIVATE LIVES
  • PLAZA SUITE
  • GYPSY

1972-73

  • THE GIRL IN THE FREUDIAN SLIP
  • WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF
  • HALF WAY UP THE TREE
  • THE MOUSETRAP
  • THE SOLID GOLD CADILLAC
  • BEEKMAN PLACE
  • HELLO, DOLLY

1973-74

  • FORTY CARATS
  • PICNIC
  • BELL, BOOK, AND CANDLE
  • PRESCRIPTION MURDER
  • ANASTASIA
  • THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH
  • MY FAIR LADY

1974-75

  • ENTER LAUGHING
  • BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE
  • THE GIRLS IN 509
  • NIGHT WATCH
  • THE MIRACLE WORKER
  • SHEEP ON THE RUNWAY
  • SWEET CHARITY

1975-76

  • IDIOT’S DELIGHT
  • GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE
  • OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY
  • NIGHT MUST FALL
  • CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF
  • LIFE WITH FATHER
  • CABARET

1976-77

  • THE PRISONER OF SECOND AVENUE
  • SLEUTH
  • SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY
  • FINISHING TOUCHES
  • THE CHILDREN’S HOUR
  • SEE HOW THEY RUN
  • CAROUSEL

1977-78

  • THE SUNSHINE BOYS
  • THE BAT
  • H.M.S. PINAFORE
  • 6 RMS RIV VU
  • NO SEX PLEASE, WE’RE BRITISH
  • BABES IN ARMS

1978-79

  • THE LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS
  • WAIT UNTIL DARK
  • THE MIKADO
  • THE DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS
  • ARSENIC AND OLD LACE
  • DID YOU HEAR

1979-80

  • UNDER THE YUM YUM TREE
  • DIAL “M”FOR MURDER
  • THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
  • MARY, MARY
  • BY STRAUSE

1960-1970

1960-61

  • THE WOMEN
  • THE DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS
  • ONCE MORE WITH FEELING
  • THE BAT
  • A DOLL’S HOUSE
  • THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY
  • SOUTH PACIFIC

1961-62

  • GOLDEN FLEECING
  • LOOK HOMEWARD ANGEL
  • THIRD BEST SPORT
  • THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
  • A MAJORITY OF ONE
  • BLITHE SPIRIT
  • BRIGADOON

1962-63

  • OPERATION MAD BALL
  • SEND ME NO FLOWERS
  • OTHELLO
  • STRANGE BEDFELLOWS
  • PICNIC
  • THE FIFTH SEASON
  • SHOW BOAT

1963-64

  • ROMAN CANDLE
  • THE HEIRESS
  • EVERYBODY LOVES OPAL
  • BREATH OF SPRING
  • A FAR COUNTRY
  • COME BLOW YOUR HORN
  • ANNIE GET YOUR GUN

1964-65

  • GAZEBO
  • THE BEST MAN
  • THE SLEEPING PRINCE
  • LULLABY
  • SUMMER AND SMOKE
  • A THOUSAND CLOWNS
  • ANYTHING GOES

1965-66

  • THE RAINMAKER
  • LOVE FROM A STRANGER
  • DEAR CHARLES
  • A SHOT IN THE DARK
  • DAUGHTER OF SILENCE
  • MARY, MARY
  • THE MUSIC MAN

1966-67

  • NEVER TOO LATE
  • THE AUTUMN GARDEN
  • FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE
  • THE WARM PENINSULA
  • MORNING’S AT EIGHT
  • THE ABSENCE OF A CELLO
  • CARNIVAL

1967-68

  • CHICKEN EVERY SUNDAY
  • ADVISE AND CONSENT
  • ANY WEDNESDAY
  • POOR RICHARD
  • THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES
  • BAREFOOT IN THE PARK
  • THE SOUND OF MUSIC

1968-69

  • MISTER ROBERTS
  • THE LETTER
  • THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER
  • BUS STOP
  • DINNER AT EIGHT
  • BORN YESTERDAY
  • SOUTH PACIFIC

1969-70

  • THE ODD COUPLE
  • THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA
  • DON’T DRINK THE WATER
  • THE TIME OF THE CUCKOO
  • THE WALTZ OF THE TOREADORS
  • THE RELUCTANT DEBUTANTE
  • THE KING AND I

1950-1960

1950-51

  • THE HEIRESS
  • GOOD NEWS
  • ABIE’S IRISH ROSE
  • VOICE OF THE TURTLE
  • BELVEDERE
  • HARVEY
  • TWO BLIND MICE
  • GAY 90S

1951-52

  • GOODBYE, MY FANCY
  • SEVENTEEN
  • THE SILVER WHISTLE
  • THE TWO MRS. CARROLLS
  • STRANGE BEDFELLOWS
  • COMMAND DECISION
  • SMILIN’ THROUGH
  • THE TAVERN

1952-53

  • FIRST LADY
  • DODSWORTH
  • THE SHOP AT SLY CORNER
  • CHARLEY’S AUNT
  • DETECTIVE STORY
  • THE MERRY WIDOW
  • FANCY MEETING YOU AGAIN
  • AARON SLICK FROM PUMKIN CRICK

1953-54

  • MISTER ROBERTS
  • THE LETTER
  • AFFAIRS OF STATE
  • SUDS IN YOUR EYE
  • DINNER AT EIGHT
  • SEE HOW THEY RUN
  • THE FIREFLY

1954-55

  • BORN YESTERDAY
  • THE LITTLE FOXES
  • YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU
  • TIME OF THE CUCKOO
  • SABRINA FAIR
  • THREE MEN ON A HORSE
  • SONG OF NORWAY

1955-56

  • MY THREE ANGELS
  • THE CAINE MUTINY
  • TWIN BEDS
  • KIND SIR
  • GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST
  • KING OF HEARTS
  • IRENE

1956-57

  • TWENTIETH CENTURY
  • DIAL “M” FOR MURDER
  • THE TENDER TRAP
  • THE PONDER HEART
  • THE PHILADELPHIA STORY
  • TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON
  • THE CONSTANT WIFE
  • CAROUSEL

1957-58

  • THE GREAT SEBASTIANS
  • THE DESK SET
  • WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION
  • THE RELUCTANT DEBUTANTE
  • THE DESPERATE HOURS
  • BUS STOP
  • THE DESERT SONG

1958-59

  • NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS
  • INHERIT THE WIND
  • THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE
  • VISIT TO A SMALL PLANET
  • POINT OF NO RETURN
  • THE REMARKABLE MR. PENNYPACKER
  • THE RED MILL

1959-60

  • GIGI
  • 20TH CENTURY FOLLIES
  • AH WILDERNESS!
  • THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
  • BELL, BOOK, AND CANDLE
  • PRESENT LAUGHTER
  • OKLAHOMA

1940-1950

1940-41

  • KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY
  • TOVARICH
  • ETHAN FROME
  • WORKSHOP PLAYS: THE NEIGHBORS, A NIGHT AT THE INN, THE FLATTERING WORD
  • CALL IT A DAY
  • OUTWARD BOUND
  • DIE FLEDERMAUS

1941-42

  • THE WOMEN
  • WORKSHOP PLAYS: THE ANNIVERSARY, AFRAID OF THE DARK, COMPANY HOUSE
  • NIGHT OF JANUARY 16TH
  • SPRINGTIME FOR HENRY
  • GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE
  • PYGMALION

1942-43

  • KISMET
  • ARSENIC AND OLD LACE
  • THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO
  • THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER
  • LADIES IN RETIREMENT
  • LOVE RIDES THE RAILS
  • JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK

1943-44

  • CLAUDIA
  • PRIVATE LIVES
  • HEART OF A CITY
  • A MURDER HAS BEEN ARRANGED
  • ANNA CHRISTIE

1944-45

  • JUNIOR MISS
  • VILLAGE GREEN
  • THE PHILADELPHIA STORY
  • KISS AND TELL
  • ONLY AN ORPHAN GIRL

1945-46

  • IT’S A WISE CHILD
  • THE MALE ANIMAL
  • HEAVEN CAN WAIT
  • FAMILY PORTRAIT
  • PERSONAL APPEARANCE
  • NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH

1946-47

  • DEAR RUTH
  • MEN IN WHITE
  • BLITHE SPIRIT
  • WHAT A LIFE
  • OUR TOWN
  • THE TORCHBEARERS
  • MY SISTER EILEEN
  • DIRTY WORK AT THE CROSS ROADS

1947-48

  • STATE OF THE UNION
  • PAPA IS ALL
  • THE AMAZING DR. CLITTERHOUSE
  • JANIE
  • LAURA
  • ROOM SERVICE
  • THE WOMEN
  • PURE AS THE DRIVEN SNOW

1948-49

  • THE MILKY WAY
  • THROUGH THE NIGHT
  • I REMEMBER MAMA
  • 3 MEN ON A HORSE
  • ANGEL STREET
  • BIOGRAPHY
  • CHICKEN EVERY SUNDAY
  • THE CURSE OF AN ACHING HEART

1949-50

  • LIFE WITH FATHER
  • BOY MEETS GIRL
  • PEG ‘O MY HEART
  • JOHN LOVES MARY
  • ARMS AND THE MAN
  • BEGGAR ON HORSEBACK
  • A DATE WITH JUDY
  • PETTICOAT FEVER

1930-1940

1930-31

  • THE HAUNTED HOUSE
  • R.U.R.
  • THE DOVER ROAD
  • THE SMILE WOMAN
  • THE FLIGHT OF THE HERONS
  • CALL IT ART
  • SEAWEED
  • THE SAME OLD THING

1933-34

  • THE NOBLE OUTCAST or JERRY THE TRAMP
  • THE WAY OF A MAID
  • ANDANTE
  • THE WIVING OF HENRY
  • HEDDA GABLER
  • ENGAGED
  • HALF NOTES

1934-35

  • THE STREETS OF NEW YORK
  • SUN-UP
  • A PARAGRAPH FOR LUNCH
  • SANCTUARY IN ST. LUKE’S
  • MEN AT WORK
  • THE BLUE DANUBE WALTZES AGAIN

1935-36

  • I’LL LEAVE IT TO YOU
  • THE MARRIAGE PROPOSAL
  • THE WORKHOUSE WARD
  • DICKENS’ CHRISTMAS CAROL
  • THE TRUTH
  • A DOLL’S HOUSE
  • LAVENDER LADIES

1936-37

  • EAST LYNNE
  • TILLY OF BLOOMSBURY
  • THE ANIMAL KINGDOM
  • BEYOND THE HORIZON

1937-38

  • WHEN LADIES MEET
  • AT LAST MAY SMILE
  • VENDETTA
  • MENDER OF MEN
  • THE FIRST MRS. FRASER
  • A SUSAN GASPELL EVENING: TRIFLES, BERNICE
  • THE DEVIL OF PEI-LING

1938-39

  • THE REJUVENATION OF AUNT MARY
  • WORKSHOP PLAYS: HEDDA GABLER, THE ELOPEMENT, THE BOOR
  • ICEBOUND
  • MOST CELESTIAL ONE
  • THE PETRIFIED FOREST

1939-40

  • STAGE DOOR
  • EXCURSION
  • WORKSHOP PLAYS: STARS BE NOT DARKENED, TCHAIKOVSKY
  • THE GHOST OF YANKEE DOODLE
  • SUSAN AND GOD
  • WORKSHOP PLAYS: THE LITLLE PRISON, BOX AND COX, IN THE MORGUE, FOUR COUNTING GLADYS
  • AH! WILDERNESS

1918-1930

1918

  • Theatre was organized.

1919

  • YOU NEVER CAN TELL

1922

  • LADY WINDERMERE’S FAN

1923-1924

  • CANDIDA
  • AMBUSH
  • JANE CLEGG
  • JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN
  • THE BEAU OF BATH
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
  • THE MAN WHO MARRIED A DUMB WIFE
  • IN A GONDOLA
  • BEYOND THE HORIZON
  • THE TORCHBEARERS

1925

  • THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
  • THE RIVALS
  • PYGMALION
  • THE TRYSTING PLACE
  • RIDERS TO THE SEA
  • TORCHES

1926-27

  • A FAREWELL SUPPER
  • MORRACE
  • SHALL WE JOIN THE LADIES?
  • THE GOOSE HANGS HIGH
  • DEAR BRUTUS
  • THE CASSILLIS ENGAGEMENT
  • HAY FEVER
  • PAOLO AND FRANCESCA
  • OUTWARD BOUND
  • THE PIGEON
  • MR. PIM PASSES BY

1927-28

  • DULCY
  • THE NO ‘COUNT BOY
  • THE DREAMY KID
  • PRUNELLA OR LOVE IN A DUTCH GARDEN
  • THE DETOUR
  • THE INTIMATE STRANGERS
  • ANNA CHRISTIE
  • THE STOLEN PRINCE
  • HOW NOT TO WRITE A PLAY
  • THE TWELVE POUND LOOK
  • TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM
  • RIGHT YOU ARE

1928-29

  • ON THE LOT
  • SPIRALS
  • SCHNITZLERESQUE
  • EXPRESSING WILLIE
  • AUTUMN FIRE
  • WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS
  • THE DYBBUK

1929-30

  • SUN-UP
  • ANDROCLES AND THE LION
  • A CHRISTMAS PLAY OF EARLY ENGLAND
  • FASHION
  • THE EMPEROR JONES
  • THE GOOD FELLOW
  • THE SEA GULL