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Theatrical Performance Schedule


Currently theatre productions are open. We are open to the public. Masks are required for attendance and must be worn at all times regardless of vaccination status. Please note this status could change at any time.

Sept. 30 - Oct. 2

7:30 p.m.


Oct. 2

2 p.m.

Almost Maine

By John Cariani

One deeply cold and magical Midwinter Night, the citizens of Almost -- not organized enough for a town, too populated for a wilderness -- experience the life-altering power of the human heart. Relationships end, begin, or change beyond recognition, as strangers become friends, friends become lovers, and lovers turn into strangers. Propelled by the mystical energy of the aurora borealis and populated with characters who are humorous, plain-spoken, thoughtful, and sincere,  Almost, Maine is a series of loosely connected tales about love, each with a compelling couple at its center, each with its own touch of sorcery.

Dulany Auditorium

Parental guidance recommended.

Nov. 18-20

7:30 p.m.


Nov. 20

2 p.m.

A Tuna Christmas

By Ed Howard, Joe Sears & Jaston Williams

It’s Christmas in the third-smallest town in Texas. Radio station OKKK news personalities Thurston Wheelis and Arles Struvie report on various Yuletide activities, including the hot competition in the annual lawn-display contest. The town's annual Christmas Yard Display Contest, has been won 14 times in a row by Vera Carp. A mysterious "Christmas Phantom", known for vandalizing the yard displays, threatens to throw the contest into turmoil. Many colorful Tuna denizens, join in the holiday fun including Stanley Bumiller's attempts to end his probation and leave Tuna, Bertha Bumiller's trying to hold her family together at Christmas time, and Joe Bob Lipsey's struggle to mount successfully his production of  A Christmas Carol  despite numerous vexations and obstacles. Casting will be both flexible (M/F) and expandable to 4-6 cast members

Dulany Auditorium

Parental Guidance recommended

Feb. 24 - 26

7:30 p.m.


Feb. 26

2 p.m.

The Bald Soprano

By Eugene Ionesco

Known in theatre history as the seminal absurdist anti-play, The Bald Soprano outlines the meaning of absurdism. Absurdists define the universe as irrational and meaningless and the search for order brings the individual into conflict with the universe. In the play, we find the main characters, the Smiths are a traditional couple from London who have invited another couple, the Martins, over for a visit. They are joined later by the Smiths' maid, Mary, and the local fire chief, who is also Mary's lover. The two families engage in meaningless banter, telling stories and relating nonsensical poems. The play devolves into a series of complete non-sequiturs with no resemblance to normal conversation.

Dulany Auditorium

Parental Guidance recommended

Apr. 21-23

7:30 p.m.


Apr. 23

2 p.m.

The Trojan Women

By Euripides

After ten long years of war, the great city of Troy has fallen. Only the mothers, wives and daughters of its slaughtered warriors survive. Seemingly, nothing else can befall them. But it does blow by blow and leaves them ruined. The women find unimagined resources in themselves and each other. The Trojan Women is an ancient tale of courage, resilience and hope in the face of utter devastation and widely considered the greatest anti-war play ever written, it remains both timeless and timely, a poignant meditation on the aftermath of war. Casting will be both flexible (M/F) and expandable. Additionally casting will include 4-6 dancers for an interpretive dance as part of the choral responses.

Cutlip Auditorium

Parental Guidance recommended.