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Our 2020 MainStage Season

DEATHTRAP - opens Feb. 14th 

A suspense thriller set in upscale Connecticut!

A successful playwright, an aspiring student, writer,

a wife with money, and more than a few surprising plot twists!

 

BATHROOM HUMOR - opens TBD

Witness a party through the eyes of its guests...visiting the bathroom of a swanky house. Special appearance by Elvis. 

CABARET - opens Nov. 13th

In the early-1930s, Berlin is still enjoying the art & music of the raucous 1920s.  What will happen amidst the swirls of brown shirted clouds.

Even More Classic Radio Dramas

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 200 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Arthur Miller


The story of a man who dares to speak an unpalatable truth, and is punished for it:

Dr. Stockmann attempts to expose a water pollution scandal in his home town which is about to establish itself as a spa. When his brother, the mayor, conspires with local politicians and the newspaper to suppress the story, Stockmann appeals to the public meeting - only to be shouted down and reviled as 'an enemy of the people'.

 

“ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE by HENRIK IBSEN and adapted by ARTHUR MILLER  is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York”

 

**Notice we've moved the start time to 7:30pm - To enable our loyal audiences to enjoy dinner before joining us!

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Suspense Theater

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 300 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

Suspense Theater with Two Chilling Dramas

 

The Burning Court:  Edward Stevens, an book editor is on the train home, recounting the story of the death of the rich uncle of his neighbor, Mark Despard. Uncle Miles had succumbed to gastroenteritis, which had left him bedridden for days. Although this was considered death from natural causes, a housemaid reported that a woman had been visiting him, who left through a door that had been bricked up for years. As he opens the book he is bringing home to edit, about murders by poison, and it begins with the trial and execution of Marie d'Aubray in 1861. There is a daguerréotype of her attached to the chapter and it is an exact image of his wife, Marie Stevens!  

The Devil’s Saint:  A man has to prove his love by spending a night in a mysterious bedroom that kills its guests.  The story opens in Paris in 1927 at a fancy dress ball in the opera house. Lord Edward and Illona are enjoying themselves--until her uncle arrives. It is then that Lord Edward tells her uncle, Count Stefan Kohari, that they want to get married. The problem is that Edward and Illona have only known each other four days. Count Stefan Kohari isn't pleased. So, in order to "cure" Edward of this infatuation, Count Stephan invites Lord Edward to his chateau. The trick is that he has to stay in the "Tapestry Room." Illona begs him not to do it.  Will Lord Edward survive a night in the room, or will he too, die?

**Notice we've moved the start time to 7:30pm - To enable our loyal audiences to enjoy dinner before joining us!

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Our staged readings, hosted on Zoom have been enjoyed by over 300 mini-audiences

This FREE (donations gratefully accepted) staged reading will be ONE NIGHT ONLY

Broken Glass by Arthur Miller

BROKEN GLASS:  Sylvia Gellberg watches the increasingly violent events in Germany and Eastern Europe unfold through the Summer and Fall of 1938.   The vivid pictures and lurid accounts in the newspapers of the day bring to life for Sylvia the traumas and horrors being experienced by those targeted by the facist violence and fearmongering.  

 

Sylvia feels as if she is there.  Her inability to influence events become manifest when she develops an inability to walk.  

Mortality, bigotry, the dramas of families...set to the backdrop of a world in crisis.    

 

“Broken Glass by ARTHUR MILLER  is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York”

 

**Notice we've moved the start time to 7:30pm - To enable our loyal audiences to enjoy dinner before joining us!

Hosted on ZOOM (Video Conferencing)

Want to see more of what we do? Check out our previous production of Deathtrap and have a look at our Instagram!

Produced in partnership with the Copake Grange

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