Fantastic Mr. Fox

September 22- September 30

Saturdays at 2:00 and 4:30

Sundays at 11:00 and 2:30

Roald Dahl’s much loved story follows the vain attempts of three farmers, Boggis, Bunce and Bean, (one fat, one short, one lean) to get rid of the fox who regularly steals food from their farms. Outwitted at every turn, the farmer’s ploys backfire. Fantastic Mr. Fox devises a plan, which will ensure full stomachs for not only his family but all his friends, who celebrate with a sumptuous feast!


The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

December 1 - December 16

Fridays 7:00

Saturdays at 2:00 and 4:30

Sundays 11:00 and 2:30

That master of imaginative enchantment, C.S. Lewis, has created a unique world and he invites children to walk into it and enjoy both surprise and adventure. An old house in rural England becomes the home base for four children who wander into an incredible country through an old wardrobe and help the country return to summer. In the incredible Narnia, they make friends with the frightened forest people who have almost given up hope for the return of good King Aslan, their true ruler. When Aslan was there, it was always summer. There is a great battle to see whether this magical country will remain under a wintry spell or will, once again, know freedom and summer under good King Aslan. A charming play about courage and the love of freedom.


Madeline and the Gypsies

March 2 -March 10

Saturdays at 2:00 and 4:30

Sundays 2:30

When Madeline and her friend, Pepito, get lost during a visit to the carnival and end up being carried away by gypsies, their rousing adventures with a traveling circus begin! But poor Miss Clavel won’t rest until she has brought them safely home.  Music and dancing make this play fun for all!


The Princess and the Pea

May 4 – May 19

Saturdays at 2:00 and 4:30

Sundays 2:30

The Princess and the Pea, a tale written by Hans Christian Andersen, about a prince who wanted to marry a real princess. Luck smiled upon him and sent the girl that claimed she is precisely that, right to his front door. She knocks at the door of the castle, all wet from the rain and lost. Queen presented to the princess one test which proved that the girl was a real princess. She has set a single pea, under dozens of mattresses and blankets, to check whether the princess will feel this.  Is she a real princess?? Come see the show to find out!


The Importance of Being Earnest

Friday June 14 at 7:00

Saturday June 15 at 3:00 and 7:00

Sunday June 16 At 2:30

A slightly truncated version of Oscar Wilde's play.  John Worthing, a carefree young gentleman, is the inventor of a fictitious brother, “Ernest,” whose wicked ways afford John an excuse to leave his country home from time to time and journey to London, where he stays with his close friend and confidant, Algernon Moncrieff. Algernon has a cousin, Gwendolen Fairfax, with whom John is deeply in love. During his London sojourns, John, under the name Ernest, has won Gwendolen’s love, for she strongly desires to marry someone with the confidence-inspiring name of Ernest. Returning to the country home where he lives with his ward Cecily Cardew and her governess Miss Prism, John finds that Algernon has also arrived under the identity of the nonexistent brother Ernest. Algernon falls madly in love with the beautiful Cecily, who has long been enamored of the mysterious, fascinating brother Ernest.  With the arrival of Lady Bracknell and Gwendolen, chaos erupts.