Quick Links

 

2016-2017 Theatre Productions

The Drowsy Chaperone - A Musical within a Comedy 

Book by Bob Martin and Don McKeller, Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison

Mar 17 - Apr 9, 2017

If you love musical theater, this is a must see show for you. The Drowsy Chaperone debuted in 2006 and won five Tony and seven Drama Desk Awards. Imaginative, endlessly entertaining, and replete with all elements and conceits of musical theater. Truly a dream musical certain to delight.

Viewing age: 10 and up
General public ticket sales begin: Feb 6, 2017
Tickets: Adult $31; Senior $26; Student $21
[Musical]

 

 

The Cast for The Drowsy Chaperone 

JANET: ANNA ADERTON
ROBERT: DYLON STARR
CHAPERONE: ANJANETTE BANDEL
ADOLPHO: BRET CONRAD
MRS TOTTENDALE: ANNETTE SCHULER
MR UNDERLING: GORDY HANDELAND    
MR. FELDZIEG: RANDY WILSON
KITTY: KAYLEY DAHLE
GEORGE: JAKE DREHER.
GANGSTER 2: TYLER IRVIN
GANGSTER 1: ALEX BEERLING
TRIX: SAM GIBSON
MAN IN CHAIR: BLAKE HOGUE
ENSEMBLE/BUILDING SUPER: OWEN RADKE
ENSEMBLE: KENDRA WEYHRAUCH
ENSEMBLE: BRIAN BROWN

 

Produced by: The Nova Restaurant Group

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exclusive Broadcast Television Sponsor:

Heaven Can Wait

By Harry Segall

May 19 - June 4, 2017

A mix-up in afterlife scheduling is the set up for this poignant modern comedy, which has seen great success on stage and in film. First, in 1943 titled Here Comes Mr. Jordan, starred Robert Montgomery and Claude Rains, and in 1971, featuring Warren Beatty, Buck Henry and Julie Christie, resulting in 16 Academy Award Nominations.

Viewing age: 10 and up
General public ticket sales begin: April 3, 2017
Tickets: Adult $31; Senior $26; Student $21
[Comedy]

 

 

Our Exclusive Broadcast Television Sponsor:

Leaving Iowa

By Tim Clue and Spike Manton

July 21 - July 30, 2017

A hilarious, family friendly comedy that is a toast to the idealism and character of parents from the 'greatest generation', and a little bit of a roast to their dedication to the family road trip. Nominated for Best New Play and credited with 'the most frighteningly realistic depiction of a family summer road trip ever seen'. This sweetly nostalgic show will make you laugh out loud and remind your children of what family life was like 'back in the day', and how lucky they are to have missed it. 

Viewing age: 10 and up
General public ticket sales begin: June 5, 2017
Tickets: Adult $31; Senior $26; Student $21
[Comedy]

 

 

Our Exclusive Broadcast Television Sponsor:

2016-2017 Season - Past Shows

Rock of Ages

By Chris D'Arienzo

Sept 9 - Oct 2, 2016

Featuring the music of Poison, Quiet Riot, Pat Benatar, Whitesnake, Joan Jett, Twisted Sister, and most of the biggest bands of the decade. A big hair era musical about life, dreams, love, and rock & roll. An immediate hit, the original Broadway production ran from 2009-2015 and spawned successful tours worldwide, as well as the movie version starring Tom Cruise, Julianna Hough, and Alex Baldwin.

Viewing age: 13 and up
General public ticket sales begin: August 1, 2016
Tickets: Adult $31; Senior $26; Student $21
[Musical]

 

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

 

Our Exclusive Broadcast Television Sponsor:

WIT

By Margaret Edson

Oct 21- Nov 6, 2016

ASL Performance: Saturday, October 22

A renowned professor of English is diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer. Her response is humorous, profound, and transformative both for her and the audience. Winner of the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Winner of the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Play.

This production will take place in the new Studio Theatre.

Viewing age: 14 and up
Tickets On Sale Now
Tickets: Adult $31; Senior $26; Student $21
[Drama]

 

 

Our Exclusive Broadcast Television Sponsor:

A Christmas Carol 

By Charles Dickens

Dec 2 - 18, 2016

A holiday classic for all. Gather for this beloved Christmas story, guaranteed to thrill, amaze, and delight this holiday season.

Viewing age: 10 and up
ASL Interpreted Performance: December 17
Tickets: Adult $31; Senior $26; Student $21
[Chrismas Classic]

Our Exclusive Broadcast Television Sponsor:

The Lion In Winter

By James Goldman

Jan 13 - 29, 2017

This Tony and Academy Award winning script takes us into the passion driven world of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine. The estranged couple are reunited and joined by their three royal sons during the Christmas season of 1183. Strong characters all, driven by overwhelming ambition, love, lust, and deceit, combine to make one of the most compelling and witty dramas of the 20th century.

Viewing age: 13 and up
General public ticket sales begin: Dec 12, 2016
Tickets: Adult $31; Senior $26; Student $21
[Drama]

Our Exclusive Broadcast Television Sponsor: