The Start of Something Big
1st Annual Tonys Cabaret
We are so excited about the upcoming Tony Awards that we just have to sing about it!
Join us for a night featuring songs from this year's Tony-nominated musicals and past years' winning shows!
Saturday, June 8, 2013
Tony Awards Viewing Party!
Sunday, June 9, 2013
Doors open at 5:00 pm
Come watch all of the excitement and amazing performances on our big screen! There is no better way to celebrate the best Broadway has to offer than with your fellow theatre lovers!
by A. R. Gurney
Directed by Shiela Freed
April 5 - April 28
Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm and Sundays at 2 pm
An adult comedy about a marriage and a dog.
When Greg, a middle-aged financial trader frustrated with his job and uncertain about his life, brings home a stray dog with nothing on her tag but the name "Sylvia," his wife Kate is less than thrilled. With their children in college and Kate's career taking off, the last thing Kate wants is a dog. But as Sylvia begins to take up more of their lives, and more of Greg's attention and affection, Kate fears her husband may be slipping away. Can their marriage possibly survive Sylvia?
By Craig Sodaro
Directed by Rose Provan
Friday, February 22, 2013 and running through Sunday, March 17, 2013
Lady Emma is betrothed to wicked Sir Cutbert Cleever, and determined to avoid a marriage worse than death, she flees with her maid in tow. With the dastardly Sir Cutbert, the king’s tax collector, hot on their heels, the damsel and her maid disguise themselves as nuns and seek refuge in the Abbey of the Little Sisters of St. Meade. They quickly discover that the sisters have troubles of their own, with a jive-talking Mother Abbess and Sir Cutbert threatening to take over the abbey in payment of past taxes. Can the clever but cowardly tailor, Norman the Chickenheart, who has fallen for the lady, come to her rescue? Will Lady Emma’s radical suggestion to put on a show to raise the tax money help free the sisters from their plight? And will Mother Abbess ever talk like a proper medieval nun again?