Our 2013-14 Season
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Father Web - CopyDIDN'T YOUR FATHER HAVE THIS TALK WITH YOU?
written by and starring Tony Braithwaite
directed by Mary Carpenter
Sept. 10 – Oct. 11, 2013  Extended!
A World Premiere!
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ilarious stories from Tony’s 12 years teaching Theology and Sex Ed to high school freshmen.

Woman in Black Web - CopyTHE WOMAN IN BLACK
A Ghost Play

by Stephen Mallatratt
based on the novel by Susan Hill
directed by James J. Christy
Oct. 29 – Nov. 24, 2013
“A Brilliantly Effective Spine-Chiller” -The Guardian
A haunting ghost story, set in an English countryside.The second longest running show in London history.

12 Dates of Xmas Web - CopyTHE TWELVE DATES OF CHRISTMAS
written by Ginna Hoben

directed by Tony Braithwaite
Dec. 10 – 29, 2013

“A Fun, Flirty Romp” -Lexington Herald-Leader 
On Thanksgiving, Mary catches her fiancé kissing another woman – on national television, no less! She spends the next year going on one hilariously bad date after another, never losing her sense of humor. Join us for the regional premiere of this fun holiday treat! Contains strong language. Recommended for ages 16 and up.

Murray 2013 - Small

MURRAY THE ELF AND THE CASE OF THE TERRIFYING TINSEL
written by Bill D'Agostino
directed by Tony Braithwaite

Dec. 21-28, 2013
This ALL-NEW show for kids and their families mixes mystery with comedy. A "Tinsel Monster" is on the loose at the North Pole, and the elves have stopped making toys. Mrs. Claus calls upon Murray the Elf to solve the case, but he'll need the audience's help to save Christmas! Designed for children ages 5-12 and their families. 

Famous Web - CopyLET'S PRETEND WE'RE FAMOUS
written and performed by Tony Braithwaite and Jen Childs
Jan. 7 – 26, 2014
"A Delightfully Witty Comedy Cabaret” -Newsworks/WHYY
Jen and Tony,  Together Again! An evening of skits, songs, and improv, celebrating the famous and infamous.

  

Hotel Suite Web - CopyNEIL SIMON'S HOTEL SUITE
by Neil Simon
directed by Matt Silva
Feb. 18 – March 16, 2014
Broadway’s King of Comedy “At The Top Of His Game” -Philadelphia Inquirer
Two neurotic couples at crossroads in their lives, in hotels in New York, California, and London.

Man of La Mancha Web - CopyMAN OF LA MANCHA
written by Dale Wasserman

lyrics by Joe Darion and music by Mitch Leigh
original production staged by Albert Marre
Originally produced by Albert W. Selden and Hal James
directed by Aaron Cromie
April 29 – May 25, 2014
“Dream the Impossible Dream”
The classic retelling of the story of Don Quixote, a wandering knight who lives in a world of love and madness.
Winner of 5 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.