SHOW TIMES
THURSDAYS 7:00pm
FRIDAYS 7:30PM
SATURDAYS 7:30PM
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FALLING LEAVES
By Michael J. Tobin                                                                                   MATINEE SATURDAY OCTOBER 21st 2:00pm
OCTOBER 12-28
     A romantic comedy that’s full of surprises! A widowed mother of three, Autumn Warner, prepares her Inn for the arrival of her grown children and friends for a weekend gathering that will change the lives of everyone!
"...comedy, romance, drama- the perfect ingredients for a perfect play!"   


SEASONS IN THE SUN
By Philip Reilly                                                                                      
MATINEE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4th 2:00pm

NOVEMBER 2-18
     A heart-warming comedy about a widow (Molly) and widower (Adam) who begin meeting at the side by side graves of their deceased spouses. Simple small talk turns into engaging conversations and eventually romance over the course of the four seasons. Enter the widow’s daughter (Sarah) during the couple’s first kiss and family fireworks explode graveside, which could change the course of this new-found love forever.
            

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Adapted by Michael J. Tobin
DECEMBER 5-22
PLEASE NOTE: PERFORMANCES WILL BE TUESDAY – FRIDAY at 7:00pm                                          (NO Matinees)
     Join the ghosts of Jacob Marley, Christmas Past, Present and Future as they lead the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge on a life-changing journey. Full of special effects, music, over 125 costumes, and a large cast, this hauntingly beautiful production captures the magic and joy of the Dickens holiday classic. The perfect gift for the entire family!  


THE NOT-SO-LOVELY LOVE LETTERS
By Patty Pinkham                                                                                              MATINEE SATURDAY JANUARY 20th  2:00pm
JANUARY 11-27
     A “hit”larious new comedy about love and life that will start the new year off with non-stop laughter. Two couples of "age" experience on-line dating for the first time... proving that sometimes what people “hear” isn't exactly what was said- and sometimes what people “see” isn't exactly what's going on… and that can create a whole lot of uproarious misunderstanding with comical consequences.


GUYS SINGING THE DOLLS
POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE
     This “must see” musical cabaret returns with new songs, some favorite and new faces and a whole lot of fun! Hear the Broadway showtunes usually sung by women, performed by talented men. This eclectic playbill of music will bring much laughter, a little drama, and a few tears.                                     

APPELL: THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FENCE
By Anne Drakopolous                                                                              MATINEES MARCH 10th, 17th, 24th at 2:00pm
MARCH 8-24
     A haunting account of a small gathering of Holocaust prisoners “on the other side of the fence”, who tell their stories as they are forced to stand outside for hours, waiting for “roll call” (Appell)… and the unknown. This multi-media play brings the images of the Holocaust to life with brutal honesty… the stories of those who died- and those who survived -must never be forgotten. APPELL: THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FENCE is a “must experience” production that will stay with you long after you leave the theatre. 


DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE
Adapted by Tom Aldrich                                                                                  MATINEE SATURDAY APRIL 14th 2:00pm
​APRIL 5-21
     A new and shocking version of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale of depravity, lust, love and horror. On the fog-bound streets of Depression-era Maine, Henry Jekyll's experiments with exotic "powders and tinctures" have brought forth his other self—Edward Hyde, a sensualist and villain -free to commit the sins Jekyll is too civilized to comprehend. When Hyde meets a woman who stirs his interest, Jekyll fears for her life and decides to end his experiments. But Hyde has other ideas, and so the two sides battle each other in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse to determine who shall be the master and who his slave.

...Starring Stephen Madigan as Jekyll & Hyde.

I THINK I LOVE YOU
By Patrick McGrail                                                                                                                                          
MAY 10-25 
​      When a couple goes from "I Do" to "I'm Done", the jilted wife (Footlights Favorite, Gretchen Wood) suddenly becomes a very popular prospect for the single men in town. Hilarious efforts to win her heart ensue and the pursuit of "love ever after" is not as easily achieved as one may think. Fast paced, non-stop laughter and some hysterical "visuals" that you won't soon forget! 
THURS 7pm, FRI 7:30pm SAT 7:30pm... and WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 & 23 at 7pm               NO MATINEES 
(Please Note: The show ends on [a] Friday, May 25th, not the usual Saturday)