One of the greatest musicals of all time in its CRT debut! In this breathtaking musical, two rival gangs struggle for control of their west side New York City neighborhood. Amidst the chaos, star-crossed lovers Tony and Maria find themselves wrenched between their worlds. Beautiful, passionate, with shades of violence and heartache, this innovative adaptation of Shakespeare’s "Romeo and Juliet" still dazzles after more than fifty years! The treasured songs "Something’s Coming", "Tonight", "I Feel Pretty", "Maria" and "America" have become classics in the American Songbook. Don’t miss it!
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and celebrating its 40th anniversary, this dazzling musical tells the story of the unsung heroes of the Broadway stage - the dedicated, talented and overworked chorus dancers. A nine-time Tony-Award winner, this musical and dance spectacular brings to life the dream, the thrill and the hope of the Broadway audition. With one captivating song and dance after another, this show is also a brilliant metaphor for all human aspiration. Features the classic songs "What I Did For Love", "I Hope I Get It", and the show-stopping "One"! (Contains adult language and situations.)
Thursday, July 14; Saturday, July 16; Friday, July 22; Saturday, July 23. All performances at 10:00 AM. $7.00 per person. In this funny, charming and interactive re-telling of the classic Italian tale, lonely Gepetto the woodcarver longs to have a son to whom he can pass on his knowledge of woodcarving and artistry. He creates a wooden puppet but alas, a piece of wood just doesn't provide much in the way of conversation. A friendly cricket overhears Gepetto and convinces the mysterious Blue Fairy (who is suffering from a head cold) to bring the puppet to life...and she does! Pinocchio is still made of wood, however, but longs to be a real boy for his father. The cricket offers advice and the Blue Fairy tells him that he must earn the right to become a real boy. Pinocchio sets out on his own to earn this right, but when he falls into the clutches of a conniving Red Fox and sneaky Black Cat, he is led through many challenges, predicaments and life lessons before he is able to learn what it means to become a loving son. While aimed for young audience members in the Kindergarten thru 5th grade age range, our children's' theatre productions are great fun for the whole family, from 5 - 105 years old!
This rarely produced Christie classic is sure to please the mystery lover in all of us! Mr. Shaitana is a strange and wealthy collector of various kinds of art. One evening he invites Superintendent Battle of Scotland Yard and crime novelist Adriane Oliver to a dinner party to view his latest “collection”: four people who have committed murder and gotten away with it. But during a game of bridge with the group, Shaitana himself is daringly murdered! Battle sets out to solve the crime and must catch the murderer before they lay their cards on the table for the final time!