Our 65th
Season Lineup...

Red, White and Rosie

by Doug Lind, Christine Harger
& John Phillips Hutton

Enjoy this riveting musical about the forgotten soldiers of World War II – the women who worked in the factories, building the ships and planes so vital to the war movement. The women discover that working in a man’s world is not easy, but the growing sense of pride in what they were accomplishing contributes to the strength as they stand up for their rights. The musical entertains without much strain, yet it makes pointed comments about social issues including sexism, racism, militarism and even capitalism. The conspiracy between plant owner, Royce, and the union boss to keep Rosie in her place and to keep the bombers coming aŌer the war ends provides intriguing narrative twists in the second act.
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Turn of the Screw

by Henry James

As the nights lengthen and the winds howl, many of us crave spooky tales, such as Turn of the Screw. It's a potent theatrical version of the old‐fashioned ghost story, with more complexity than most. Jeffrey Hatcher's adap‐ taƟon of Henry James' famous novella builds creepiness and ambiguity as the plot unfolds. Is the play about two evil ghosts trying to possess a couple of innocent children or is it about a young woman losing her sanity ‐‐ or both? There is none of the gore that modern horror stories depend on in lieu of depth. Instead, the tragic and terrifying heart of the secret unravels little by little, with unspeakable details leŌ to our dangerously vivid imaginations.

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The Great American Trailer Park
Christmas Musical

It’s Christmas time in the Armadillo Acres mobile home community, and everyone is filled with visions of kegnog and beer. In this fun loving and raucous sequel to The Great American Trailer Park Musical, you’ll meet new residents of north Florida’s premiere mobile home community, including Darlene (the neighborhood Scrooge), her boyfriend Jackie, and Rufus (a redneck with a heart of gold). Longtime Armidillo Acres residents Betty, Lin, and Pickles are back with voices as big as their hair, but when a freak accident strikes Darlene, everyone’s Christmas cheer will be put to the test. Join us for an all‐new, all‐trailer‐park holiday extravaganza and catch up with Florida’s rowdiest residents for a cat fightin’, sun-worshippin’, chair‐throwin’, good‐ole festive Christmas musical good time.
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Five Women Wearing the Same Dress

Where would you find Five Women Wearing the Same Dress but at a wedding? During an ostentaƟous wedding reception at a southern estate, five reluctant, totally different, idenically clad bridesmaids hide out in an upstairs bedroom, each with her own reason to avoid the proceedings below. As the afternoon wears on, the five women share personal stories because they are all dissaƟsfied with their lives. They joyously discover a common bond in this wickedly funny, irreverent, and touching celebraƟon of the women’s spirit.
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Deathtrap is known as one of the biggest hits on Broadway running for four years with almost 1800 performances. In the play, Ira Levin has taken the basic components of thrillers and horror stories; murder, deceit, innocent dialogue with hidden sinister meanings, plot reversals, unexpected turns of events and more, and twisted and rearranged the pieces again and again. When previously successful playwright, Sidney Bruhl, has a series of box office flops, he agrees to meet with student, Clifford Anderson, to read his play. This meeting begins a series of complications and events sure to puzzle and stun the audience.
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Kitchen Witches

Isobel Lomax and Dolly Biddle are two “mature” cable‐access cooking show hostesses who have hated one another for 30 years, ever since Larry Biddle dated one and married the other. When circumstances put them together on a TV show called The Kitchen Witches, the insults are flung harder than the food. Doll’s son Stephen tries to keep them on track, but this task is beyond the long suffering TV producer’s capabilities. Despite the chaos on the set, the show becomes a ratings smash as Isobel and Dolly top other TV hosts including Martha Stewart and Jerry Springer!

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The Last Five Years

The Last Five Years, a musical written by Jason Robert Brown opened in Chicago in 2001 and was produced off Broadway in 2002. Time Magazine listed the show as one of the 10 best shows of 2001. The Last Five Years is an emotionally powerful and intimate musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years. The story explores the relationship between Jamie Wellerstein, a rising novelist, and Cathy Hiatt, a struggling actress. Cathy’s story is told in reverse chronological order beginning at the end of the marriage; Jamie’s story is told in chronological order starting just after the couple first met. The characters do not directly interact except for a wedding song in the middle as their timelines intersect.
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Theater for Young People TBA

Play as yet to be determined. Check back!

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