Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice; Book by Linda Woolverton
Directed by Pat and Cheryl Blondin
The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed into his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.
Written by Francis Swann
Directed by Andrea Wilkerson
Three young men and three young women share an apartment in all innocence; they are would be stage folk and they are doing this for economic security. Their apartment is immediately above that of a Broadway producer who is about to cast a road company. They rehearse the play but how can they get him upstairs to see it? It happens that the producer is an amateur chef and, right in the middle of a culinary concoction, he runs out of flour. He comes upstairs to borrow a cup. At last the kids have him and they aren't going to let him go until he sees some evidence of their ability so they stage a murder. It is so realistic that police swarm into the scene with hilarious results.
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Adapted by Tim Kelly
Directed by Kim Norrington
Follow that rabbit to a delightful, entertaining world of childhood fantasies. Alice journeys into a world of talking animals, comic royalty and races where the contestants run in circles! There are also the Mad Hatter’s frantic tea party, the watch-carrying White Rabbit and talking flowers. Along the way Alice must deal with a sneezing duchess and a baby that turns into a pig! The finale has Alice watching a trial, but she suddenly finds herself the accused!
Adults: $14 each; Students 16 and under $10 each
Written by Flip Kobler and Cindy Marcus
Directed by Jan Palmer and Dee Smith
This is the freshest old-fashioned mellerdramer we’ve seen, and it’s laugh out loud funny, to boot! All the traditional plot elements are here. From the nasty scoundrel Rod Enreel, who will soon take over the Shiver River Ranch and find the hidden treasure if Colonel Sanders can’t sell his cattle to come up with the mortgage money, to heroic Marshal Marshall Law, who would love to propose to Heidi Claire, the colonel’s daughter, yet he can’t. And yes, there’s always the vile option for Heidi to marry the black-hearted villain, though he only plans to do her in and abscond with the treasure and his romance novel-loving partner-in-crime, Paige Turner.
Adults: $14 each; Students 16 and under $9 each
Written by James R. Kuhl
Directed by Dawn Sabourin
The action takes place in a tacky wood-paneled basement in the small town of Unionville, Michigan, where the group meets to drink beer, play euchre, drink beer, exchange insults and worn-out jokes, and drink more beer. The members, all descendants of the original “kings” who founded the society about 150 years ago, are more akin to court jesters than royalty, although they try to retain some small shred of the dignity their ancestors brought to the original club.
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