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Season subscribers enjoy early access to seats at a discounted price along with wine vouchers to enjoy during the show and the peace of mind knowing they are all set to see three great productions throughout the year. This year’s season includes the youth production of You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, the classic drama Inherit the Wind and the holiday favorite A Christmas Carol.


FEB 18 – MARCH 13

Warren Casey & Jim Jacobs

Direction & Choreography Vanessa Lathrop

Music & Vocal Direction Jerri Myers


The leader of Rydell High’s hotrod-loving boys in leather jackets and wise-cracking girls in bobby sox and pedal pushers falls for the wholesome new girl in this rollicking 1950s romp.


JULY 22 – AUG 7

Based on the Comic by Charles M. Schulz

Book, Music, and Lyrics by Clark Gesner 

Director, Erin Ward; Asst Director, Marc Bonham

Vocal Director, Jerri Myers

Happiness is great musical theatre! With charm, wit, and heart, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown explores life through the eyes of Charlie Brown and his friends in the Peanuts gang. Based on the beloved Charles Schulz comic strip, this revue of songs and vignettes is the ideal first show for those who would like to do a musical. Musical numbers include “My Blanket and Me,” “The Kite,” “The Baseball Game,” “Little Known Facts,” “Suppertime,” and “Happiness.” Guaranteed to please audiences of all ages!






DEC 2 – 21

By Charles Dickens, adapted by Andrew Vonderschmitt

Directed by Andrew Vonderschmitt


One cold Christmas Eve, the crotchety and uncharitable Ebenezer Scrooge is visited, in his lonely home, by the ghost of his old business partner Jacob Marley who harkens the pending arrival of the Spirits of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Yet to Be. The Spirits’ journey through time enlightens Scrooge to the error of his ways. When he wakes up on Christmas Morning he is full of excitement and the joys of Christmas and he vows to change his ways and becomes, “As good as his word.”



JAN 27 – FEB 19

by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee

Directed by Peter Wolfe

The dramatized account of the 1925 Scopes “Monkey” Trial resulted in John T. Scopes’ conviction for teaching Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution to a high school science class, contrary to a Tennessee state law.