“Come on, come on!  We'll share the danger, like brothers.”

“Come on, come on!  We'll share the danger, like brothers.”


by Molière
Directed by George M. Roesler

 Scapin, a trickster and scam-artist, becomes the all-arranging schemer of his world of lovers and pompous employers. He puts his endless store of ingenuity to work; getting two lovesick young couples married and taking revenge on their grasping parents.  A comedic romp filled with chases, slapstick, and a cavalcade of bizarre characters driven to the chaotic conclusion by the scams of Scapin.
June 24, June 25, July 1, July 14, July 22, July 30

Much Ado About Nothing

by William Shakespeare
Directed by Ann Frances Gregg 

The war is over. Amidst the homecoming celebrations is the promise of a wedding between sweet Hero and valiant Claudio. Alongside this idyllic courtship is the stinging verbal battle between the witty Beatrice and Benedick, which picks-up exactly where it left off before the war. Unbeknownst to the two, their dearest friends unfold a plot for the two sharp-tongued adversaries to discover their true feelings for one another. However, peace is not guaranteed for anyone because of Don John's malicious interference. 
June 30, July 2, July 8, July 16, July 21, July 29


“Doomsday is near; die all, die merrily.” 

“Doomsday is near; die all, die merrily.” 

Henry IV, Part I


by William Shakespeare
Directed by Jeff Altier

King Henry IV has usurped the throne of England and has found the crown lies uneasy on his head. His closest allies are rebelling and his oldest son Hal has all but deserted him, taking up with lowlifes including the worst rogue of all—Sir John Falstaff. Chaos looms for Henry and his best hope to keep the throne rests in his most unlikely ally. 
July 7, July 9, July 15, July 23, July 28