Happily Ever After: A Wedding Comedy

by Mark Dunn

Directed by Eric Wells

Evenings: February 14•, 15-16, 20-23

Sunday Matinee: February 17

Synopsis:
Moments before her wedding, Francie is hiding in the church nursery, convinced her destiny is with another man…that is if he ever wakes up from his coma. There’s a scheming mother, a loyal fiance´, a caterer making eyes at the minister, a dog’s funeral, and a pending presidential visit that’s put the whole town in a frenzy. A family-friendly farce with a Texas twang and plot twists aplenty.

Box Office:
For Season Ticket patrons, reservations will be accepted beginning Saturday, February 2

General Admission reservation requests will be accepted beginning Thursday, February 7

The Graduate

by B. Henry, T. Johnson, C. Webb, C. Willingham

Directed by Micki Voelkel

Evenings: April 4•, 5-6, 10-13

Sunday Matinee: April 7

Synopsis:
Benjamin, a recent college grad with no defined aim in life, is depressed. When his parents’ friend, Mrs. Robinson, seduces him, a torrid affair begins. But complications arise when he falls for his dream girl, Elaine, who happens to be Mrs. Robinson’s daughter. It’s California in the 1960s.

Box Office:
For Season Ticket patrons, reservations will be accepted beginning Saturday, March 23

General Admission reservation requests will be accepted beginning Thursday, March 28

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

by K. Kesey, D. Wasserman

Directed by Summer Robinson

Evenings: June 6•, 7-8, 12-15

Sunday Matinee: June 9

Synopsis:
A charming criminal, Randle, chooses what he thinks will be a short sentence in a mental institution to avoid hard labor. Big mistake. Nurse Ratchet runs the psych ward with an inflexible iron fist. Randle gains the trust and friendship of other patients, but he pays a heavy price for his rebellion.

Box Office:
For Season Ticket patrons, reservations will be accepted beginning Saturday, May 25

General Admission reservation requests will be accepted beginning Thursday, May 30

Disney’s Beauty And The Beast

Book by Linda Woolverton, Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice

Director Carole Rogers, Musical Director George Mann

Evenings: July 25•, 26-27, 31, August 1-3, 8-10

Sunday Matinees: July 28 and August 4

Synopsis:
It’s a “tale as old as time” with beautiful music enjoyed by all ages. Belle, an intelligent young woman in a provincial French town, encounters the Beast who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. Can the Beast learn to love and be loved to end the curse? Time is running out.

Box Office:
For Season ticket patrons, reservations will be accepted beginning Saturday, July 13

General Admission reservation requests will be accepted beginning Thursday, July 18

Born Yesterday

by Garson Kanin

Directed by Duff Taylor

Evenings: September 19•, 20-21, 25-28

Sunday Matinee: September 22

Synopsis:
A wealthy but crude businessman, on a trip to the nation’s capital, is socially embarrassed by his ditzy, uncultured showgirl blonde girlfriend. He hires a reporter to “teach her the ropes,” a decision he later regrets when she becomes more savvy, questions his unscrupulous business deals, and falls in love with her tutor. This well-written script was the basis for a popular movie in 1950 and a remake in 1993.

Box Office:
For Season Ticket patrons, reservations will be accepted beginning Saturday, September 7

General Admission reservation requests will be accepted beginning Thursday, September 12

Miracle on 34th Street

Based on the book by Valentine Davies, Adapted by Mountain Community Theater

Directed by Brandon Bolin

Evenings: November 7•, 8-9, 13-16

Sunday Matinee: November 10

Synopsis:
An elderly man, claiming to be Kris Kringle, takes a job at Macy’s as Santa Claus. Unleashing waves of good will, he appears to be deluded and eventually faces a court competency hearing. Especially at stake is one little girl’s belief in Santa. It’s a classic feel-good Christmas tale for all ages.

Box Office:
For Season Ticket patrons, reservations will be accepted beginning Saturday, October 26

General Admission reservation requests will be accepted beginning Thursday, October 31

A Perfect Likeness: Carroll Photographs Dickens (off-season production)

by Daniel Rover Singer

Directed by Jamie Lambdin

Evenings:
 April 25-27 (Off season show not part of season ticket)

Synopsis:
Imagine that reclusive writer and photographer, Charles Dodgson (also known as Lewis Carroll, author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland), has invited Charles Dickens to pose for a portrait. One man is private and fastidious; the other boisterous and irreverent. You’ll enjoy the humorous and revealing conversation between these two quirky, fascinating, beloved authors.

(No reservations will be accepted and tickets are $7 at the door.)

Best Christmas Pageant Ever

Directed by Jill Moody-Ledbetter and Jennie Mathews

Evenings:
 December 5-7 (Off season show not part of season ticket)

Synopsis:
In this hilarious Christmas classic adapted from the best-selling young adult book, a couple struggling to put on a church Christmas pageant is faced with casting the Herdman kids—probably the most inventively awful kids in history. You won’t believe the mayhem – and the fun – when the Herdmans collide head on with the Christmas story!

(No reservations will be accepted and tickets are $7 at the door.)