Spring Season 2017
A girl is abducted by the aliens she has been searching for her whole life. Unfortunately, her father stows away with her. Starring Nicole Boyd, Doc Polk, and Rachele Merliss.
It's a 90-minute, edited version of a Shakespeare drag romance in the woods with witty repartee, snakes, lions, wrestling, and a monologue about the world being a stage, and the whole thing is inspired by children's building blocks. What have you got to lose?
MAMMA MIA'S Pizzeria is a spectacle of pizza, daddies, and above all, a party of a musical that celebrates the lengths two entrepreneurs will go for love.
"Peter and the Starcatcher" is the story of Peter Pan before he became Peter Pan, and learning to make the hard choices even when they seem impossible. There are bad British accents galore.
An angsty rock musical adaptation of the seminal play about the trials and tribulations of growing up
This 1970's musical about auditioning for a musical draws from timeless true stories that are relatable to anyone with a passion for performing
It's a spoof of Harry Potter. Need we say more?
Through conversations that occur between the painter and his apprentice, the audience gets the opportunity to consider the commercialization of contemporary art that resulted in the explosion of the art market in the second half of the 20th century.
Things I'll Never Say is an immersive, original jukebox musical written and directed by Maya Herbsman '17, featuring the music of Avril Lavigne.
Meet Gertrude Berg, aka Jewish Oprah, the Mother of Television, and the inventor of the sitcom. This new biographical play about the rise and fall of Berg’s career tells the story of how the most influential woman in television was buried in history.