Season 1990-1999

1999 – 2000 Season

Arsenic and Old Lace — By Joseph Kesselring
Fiddler on the Roof — Music/Lyrics by Bock & Harnick, Book by J. Stein
Inspecting Carol — By Daniel Sullivan
Our Town — By Thornton Wilder
Harvey — By Mary Chase
Witness for the Prosecution — By Agatha Christie
The Importance of Being Earnest — By Oscar Wilde

1998 – 1999 Season

Company — Music/Lyrics by S. Sondheim, Book by George Furth
Sylvia — By A. R. Gurney
The Magic of Beauty and the Beast — By Carter Burch
The Butterfingers Angel — By William Gibson
Don’t Mention My Name — By Fred Carmichael
Funny Money — By Ray Cooney
All in the Timing — By David Ives
The Sound of Murder — By William Fairchild
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof — By Tennessee Williams

1997 – 1998 Season

Damn Yankees — By Adler, Ross, Abbot, & Wallop
Out of Order — By Ray Cooney
The Lion, the Witch, and Wardrobe — Adapted by Joseph Robinette
Deadly Nightcap — By Frances Durbridge
Born Yesterday — By Garson Kanin
Rumors — By Neil Simon
Anybody for Murder? — By Clemens & Spooner
The Matchmaker — By Thornton Wilder

1996 – 1997 Season

She Loves Me — By Harnick & Bock
Laughter on the 23rd Floor — By Neil Simon
Inspecting Carol — By Daniel Sullivan
The Ugly Duckling — By A. A. Milne
Busybody — By Jack Popperwell
The Roads to Home — By Horton Foote
The Answer — By John Morogiello
Nude With Violin — By Noel Coward

1995 – 1996 Season

Gianni Schiechi — By John Morigiello
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum — Music/Lyrics by Sondheim, Book by Shevelove & Gelbart
Ten Little Indians — By Agatha Christie
Bus Stop — By William Inge
Love Letters — By A. R. Gurney
Don’t Dress for Dinner — By Conoletti & Hawdon
Dark Deeds at Swan’s Place or Never Trust a Tattooed Sailor — By Tim Kelly
The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 — By John Bishop

1994 – 1995 Season

The Comedy of Errors — By William Shakespeare
Frankenstein — By Tim Kelly
Jake’s Women — By Neil Simon
The Last of the Red Hot Lovers — By Neil Simon
An Act of the Imagination — By Bernard Slade
The Heidi Chronicles — By Wendy Wasserstein
Hot L. Baltimore — By Lanford Wilson
Working — By Studs Terkel

1993 – 1994 Season

Breakfast with Les and Bess — By Lee Kalcheim
Murder for the Asking — By Derek Benfield
The Autumn Garden — By Lillian Hellman
I Hate Hamlet — By Paul Rudnick
When Did You Last See Your Trousers — By Galton & Antrobus
Lend Me a Tenor — By Ken Ludwig
Closer Than Ever — By Shire & Maltby
Two Into One — By Ray Cooney

1992 – 1993 Season

See How They Run — By Ray Cooney
Look Homeward, Angel — By Ketti Frings
You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown — By Clark Gesner
It Runs in the Family — By Ray Cooney
Spider’s Web — By Agatha Christie
Love, Sex, and the IRS — By VanZandt & Milmore
You Can’t Take It With You — By Kaufman & Hart
Nunsense — By Dan Goggin

1991 – 1992 Season

Noises Off — By Michael Frayn
Sleuth — By Anthony Shaffer
Arsenic and Old Lace — By Joseph Kesselring
Run For Your Wife — By Ray Cooney
Murder on the Rerun — By Fred Carmichael
Steel Magnolias — By Robert Harling
Daddy’s Dyin’ (Who’s Got the Will) — By Del Shores
Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris — By Blau, Shuman, & Brel

1990 – 1991 Season

Once in a Lifetime — By Kaufman & Hart
Murder in Company — By King & Boland
No Sex Please – We’re British — By Marriott & Foot
My Emperor’s New Clothes — By Larry Shue
The Verdict — By Agatha Christie
Isn’t It Romantic — By Wendy Wasserman
Not Now Darling — By Cooney & Chapman
The Pinchpenny Phantom of the Opera — By Reiser & Sharkey
On the Verge — By Eric Overmyer

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