Season 2010-2011  

Welcome to our 71st season! This season, we won't be showing our normal seven shows. Instead, we'll be showing eight. That's right, 8 shows! To find out where to purchase tickets, please click here.




Dixie Swim Club (Comedy) Teens +

By: Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten


September 10 - October 3, 2010: Five women, best friends since college, gather every August at the same beach cottage in North Carolina to recharge and catch up, free of husbands, kids, jobs and obligations.  Every woman knows these friends, those  who serve as cheering section, competitors, shoulders to cry on and, ultimately, the ones who stand by you in good times and bad.  This touching comedy eavesdrops on their conversations, laugh out loud stories and things you only share with your best friends, during four of their weekends over a period of 30 years.  Director - Kathyn D. Beall


7:55pm: Sept 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 30; Oct 1, 2

1:55pm: Sept 19, 26; Oct 3

All ages

By: Mary Chase


October 22 - November 14, 2010: Elwood P. Dowd has always been unconventional. His sunny disposition and wealthy background have made the community regarding him as a harmless eccentric. But when Elwood introduces his new friend, an invisible six and a half foot white rabbit named Harvey, some groups  begin to regard him as a danger to society.  This lovely and timeless play challenges you to answer the question: who is the real threat, the imaginative and creative individual, or those in society who need him to conform at all costs. Director - Toni Murray


7:55pm: Oct 22, 23, 28, 29, 30; Nov 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13

1:55pm: Oct 31; Nov 7, 14

Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol

(Dark Comedy) Not for very young children

By: Tom Mula


December 2 - 19, 2010: A Christmas classic with a new twist. Move over Scrooge; it's time for Jacob Marley to tell his side of the story. Follow Marley's heroic quest to save Scrooge's soul (and his own in the process.)  Watch as he teams up with a devilish sprite named Bogle on his hilarious journey from the jaws of death to the mouth of Hell. The classic story, told from a slightly... different perspective.   Director - Pug Bujeaud


7:55pm: Dec 2, 3, 5, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18

1:55pm: Dec 5, 12, 19

Sea Marks
(Romantic Drama) All ages

By: Gardener McKay

January 13 - 30, 2011: The humorous, poignant and romantic story of Colin Primrose, a lonely fisherman from the sea bound island of Cliffhorn Heads, Ireland and Timothea, a lovely young woman from Liverpool, who meets him on a rare visit to the remote island for a relative's wedding. Although they've met only once, he is taken with her and writes her a letter beginning a correspondence that change both their lives. Can this man,  who has known only the sea and a woman very much of the city make a home and a life together?  Director - Terence Artz

7:55pm: Jan 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29

1:55pm: Jan 16, 23, 30

The Basketmaker
(drama) All ages

By: David Baughan

February 3 - 13, 2011: Set in rural Massachusetts in 1725. A lonely woman and her young daughter live in an isolated wood, estranged from everyone and each other until a wandering Abenaki basketmaker comes into their lives. A crisis forces them to accept this stranger and work together with her leading to reconciliation of the daughter with her mother and the mother with her past. A lovely and meaningful story about forgiveness and understanding. Director - David Baughan

7:55pm: Feb 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12

1:55pm: Feb 6, 13

Love, Sex, and the IRS
(Farce) Teens +

By: Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore


March 11 - April 3, 2011: Two young unemployed musicians, Jon & Leslie, try to save money by filling out their tax returns as a married couple. A visit from a lonely IRS auditor, one young man's girlfriend, the other young man's mother and a suspicious landlord, all at once, throw the two guys into a cross-dressing frenzy of cover-ups,  half lies, outright lies  and even some home truths. A bedroom farce on steroids! Director - Kendra Malm

"Who doesn't love a good love story?" THE WASHINGTON STAR

"Sea Marks shines with deeply felt emotion. The words sound like music and the language soars to the heavens."  THE BOSTON GLOBE


7:55pm: Mar 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, 31; Apr 1, 2

1:55pm: Mar 20, 27; Apr 3

A Few Good Men (Drama) Teens +
(Contains strong language & profanity)

By: Aaron Sorkin

April 29 - May 22, 2011: The play from which the Hollywood movie was made. When a Marine prisoner dies in a suspicious incident and two enlisted men are charged it looks like business as usual to their young defense attorney. He's prepared to make a deal and go back to his comfortable life until an attractive young woman assigned to his defense team challenges him to look deeper. He puts the accepted system on trial in a valiant search for the true meaning of the Marine code of honor.  Director - Katy Shockman

7:55pm: Apr 29, 30; May 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21

1:55pm: May 8, 15, 22

Play On! (Comedy) All ages

By: Rick Abbot

June 3 - 26, 2011: A hapless theater company tries desperately to put on a play, amid all kinds of maddening interference from the playwright who is on-site and keeps revising the script daily. The actors snipe their way through rehearsals, the tech goes completely awry, and the opening night fulfills the old theatrical adage - if it can go wrong, it does. Don't miss this thoroughly enjoyable romp. A behind-the-scenes comedy in the tradition of Noises Off. Director - Kathryn Beall

7:55pm: Jun 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25

1:55pm: Jun 12, 19, 26