5 Carols for Christmas

It’s the 1950’s and 5 friends, each named Carol, are getting ready for their musical holiday show, but when the power goes out, plans have to be changed and stat!  In the ever-changing balance between wholesome fun and satire, Jim Christian’s 5 Carol’s brings the spirit of the holiday season straight to the stage.  Come laugh with the ladies this Christmas and join in the fun!

Wait Until Dark

When Sam Hendrix carries a doll across the Canada-US border, he sets off a chain of events that will lead to a terrifying ordeal for his blind wife, Susy. A sinister con man, Roat, is desperate to get his hands on that doll, but he’s about to realize he’s met his match.  In an eerily, intense drama, made popular in the 60’s by the illustrious Audrey Hepburn, Wait Until Dark is a game of cat and mouse that is well worth the the hair standing on the back of your neck.

You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Life is a bowl full of cherries, unless you are Charlie Brown, then it’s a bowl full of rocks.  The whole gang is here: Lucy, Schroeder, Sally, Linus, Snoopy, and the loveable “blockhead,” himself, Charlie Brown. Whether Snoopy is flying with the Red Baron or Lucy is screaming about being kissed by a dog, you’re sure to reminisce with this loveable group of kids who pontificate and sing themselves straight into the heart of the child within each one of us.  Put this show on your calendars – you won’t want to miss the fun!

Don’t Drink the Water

Have you ever gone on a European vacation, had your plane redirected to a country behind the Iron Curtain, and been accused of being spies?  Even if you haven’t, the New Jersey family, the Hollanders have got you covered in this uproarious Woody Allen comedy, Don’t Drink the Water.  While this outspoken family is panicking, they are left in the hands of the missing US Ambassador’s hapless son Axel, who seems to be doing anything but helping.  This is the perfect night of comedy and laughter, tickets to this show are sure to go fast!

Ragtime

Set in the turn-of-the-century New York City, Ragtime weaves a musical tapestry of an African American musician, an immigrant Jewish father, and a wealthy suburban family and tells how their lives are knit together by hope for the future and the intricacies of love, during a time when dreams seem as close to reality as the nose on the end of your face.  With alluring music and compelling characters, audiences will be swept up in the story of the hopes and fears that live within all of us.

Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance

The dynamic duo, Gilbert and Sullivan have managed to create a joyful masterpiece of hilarity, and fun in the charming Pirate opera, Pirates of Penzance.  Frederic, the indentured pirate apprentice has finally turned 21, which means the end of his obligation and he prepares to enter his non-pirate life when he is smitten by the beauty of the Major-General Stanley’s daughter, Mabel.  What happens next is a riotous and charming fable of the classical kind. Brimming with jubilant and animated music, you will not want to miss this operatic experience of epic proportions.

Crazy for You

A classic romantic comedy hits the CenterPoint stage in, Crazy for You!  Bobby Child, a banker who is sent to Deadrock, Nevada, to foreclose on a rundown theatre, falls madly in love with Polly Baker, the theater owner’s daughter. But, as fate would have it, she can’t stand him.  Not one to give up so easily, Bobby sets out, through cunning, razzmatazz, and a hilarious case of mistaken identity – to win Polly’s heart and save the theatre. Filled from top to bottom with show-stopping Gershwin songs such as: “I Got Rhythm,” “Embraceable You,” and “Someone to Watch Over Me,” Crazy for You is a delightful night at the theater sure to leave you skipping down the street for days to come.

Lerner & Loewe’s Camelot

Arthur was destined to be the world’s greatest ruler, when as a mere stable boy, he pulled Excalibur from its stony pillar and became King of all Britain. Guided by his loyal mentor Merlin the magician and his lovely queen, Guinevere, Arthur rules his kingdom in peace and virtue.  When he successfully assembles the Knights of the Round Table, with Lancelot at its helm, Arthur changes the course of his future and that of all those he holds dear.   Inspiring for all ages, Camelot is a legendary musical which will enchant the hearts of young and old alike!

 

Disney’s The Little Mermaid

Follow us under the sea to a lively, magical world where mermaids and sea creatures sing, dance, and play in Disney’s, A Little Mermaid.  Ariel, a headstrong nautical princess has fallen in love with her father, King Triton’s worst nightmare – a human.  What lengths is she willing to go to find her true love?  With the help of her friends Sebastian, Flounder, and Scuttle, Ariel heads off on an adventure that is splashingly good fun for the whole family!