Dec. 8/2pm & 5:30pm      9/2pm
Dec. 14/8pm      15/2pm & 5:30pm      16/2pm, 2018:

The Emperor's New Duds

Based on Hans Christian Anderson’s the “Emperor’s New Clothes,” this charming modern musical adaption of the classic fairy tale is set in the land of Felicity which is blessed by people from all over the globe. Everyone is happy except for their Emperor, who can’t seem to get enough jewels and expensive attire. Some shifty weavers appear and lessons unfold. The play is appropriate for families and children over five years old. 


February 8 - March 3, 2019 

Butterflies Are Free

Loosely based on the life of attorney Harold Krents, the plot revolves around a blind man living in downtown Manhattan whose controlling mother disapproves of his relationship with a free-spirited hippie. The title was inspired by a passage in Charles Dickens' Bleak House: "I only ask to be free. The butterflies are free. Mankind will surely not deny to Harold Skimpole what it concedes to the butterflies."


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April 5-7, 2019

Shakespeare's Lost Masterpiece

This controversial play explores the relationship between a homeless man and a lost work by William Shakespeare. When the never-before-published work falls into the hands of the homeless man in San Francisco, the result is twists and turns, ruthless integrity, a seductive dramatic tragic-comedy climaxing into a heavenly-hellish ending. Warning: contains explicit language and themes.

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May 17 - June 16, 2019

Dial M for Murder

A retired tennis pro plots the murder of his own wife—but when she turns the tables on her attempted assailant, she is convicted of murder. Can the police detective who brought her to trial now decipher the clues that will save her life? The play that inspired Hitchcock’s suspense classic weaves an ever tightening web of danger and deception.

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July 26 - August 18, 2019

Real Women Have Curves

This play is set in a tiny sewing factory in East Los Angeles in September 1987 and explores the issues of gender politics and the Latina immigrant experience. The story is told from the point of view of Ana, the youngest employee at the factory. Ambitious and bright, Ana yearns to go to college, but cannot afford to. The action follows the course of a summer at the factory, as the women talk about their lives, loves and deepest desires while attempting to meet impossible production deadlines.

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