Cast for BREAKING THE CODE announced. Performances begin January 24, 2018

 

Breaking the Code by Hugh Whitemore runs from January 24, 2018 to February 4, 2018.
The play tells the personal and true story of Alan Turing. He was a genius mathematician and engineer in Britain who played a leading role in winning World War II. He created a machine that decoded the Nazi’s secret messages, thereby ending World War II early and saving 12 million lives. He also created the first computer. Since his work was classified as top secret for years after the war, the general public knew nothing of him when he was arrested for homosexuality. He was sentenced to undergo hormone treatments that left him physically and mentally impaired. Alone and forgotten, he committed suicide.
Whitemore’s play begins in 1952 and flashes back to illuminate important elements in his life. It’s a riveting, powerful drama. It is the same story as the award-winning film, “The Imitation Game,” but it’s focus is on his personal life not his professional successes. It’s a well-constructed drama – moving, funny, and heart-breaking.
Evening performances are at 8 p.m. and both Sundays are 2 p.m. matinees.
 The Director is Leroy Clark and the cast includes:
Ross – Dan Schuster      
Turing – Mark Schuster
Sara – Crystal Meek 
Pat – Charlene Grinsell
Ron – Lewis D. Mize      
Nikos – Kyle Hepperly
Chris – John Stafford
Smith – Dave Mcintire
Knox – Richard Atwood

A DOG’S LIFE by Sean Grennan & Leah Okimoto for your Holiday entertainment

 Our holiday production is A DOG’S LIFE. This delightful show runs November 29-December 10. It is a family friendly musical comedy about the life of a dog and is told from his point of view as he meets his new owner and goes on their life journey surrounded by friends and shenanigans. It’s sweet, funny, heartwarming, and is a great ode to dogs and their owners everywhere.  This hilarious, warmhearted new musical chronicles the joys and challenges of dog ownership. But just who owns whom?

Joel doesn’t want a dog — he wants his girlfriend back, and she wants a dog. But when she refuses to get back together, Joel becomes the reluctant owner of Jack.

Directed by Abri Geist Dennis.  The cast is as follows:

Cancellation of final 2 performances-Agatha Christie’s A Murder is Announced

Due to an unfortunate accident after Friday’s performance, our Miss Marple actor, Mary Lou Phipps-Winfrey suffered a severe injury and will take surgery and weeks to recover.  Please keep her in your prayers. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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For our 2017-2018 Season both Sunday performances will be 2 p.m. matinees

 

Our 2017-2018 Season will now offer two (2) Sunday matinees beginning at 2pm for each production.  

 

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