Season 2012-2013

Fuddy Meers
By David Lindsay-Abaire.

August 10th – 26th, 2012

A woman wakes each morning with no memory of her past… does she trust her seemingly loving family, or the bizarre kidnapper who claims to be her brother?
A quirky comedy about amnesia, aphasia, limping, escaped convicts, and … oh, yes, a sock puppet.

The Marvelous Wonderettes
By Roger Bean.

October 5th-21st, 2012

Move over Forvever Plaid! The bubbly juke-box musical The Marvelous Wonderettes takes you first to the 1958 Springfield High School prom and then to the class Tenth Reunion where the irrepressible Wonderettes sing out hopes and dreams as big as their crinoline skirts in this funny, charming musical with hummable ‘50s and ‘60s hits.

Lux Radio Theatre’s Miracle on 34th Street
Adapted by George Seaton.
Based on the story by Valentine Davies

November 30th – December 16th, 2012
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm
Sunday, Dec 16th matinee at 2:00pm

At the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, the actor playing Santa is found to be drunk by a white-bearded old gentleman. Doris Walker, the store’s no nonsense special events director, persuades the old man to take his place. The mystery man proves a sensation and is quickly recruited to be Macy’s store Santa. While he is successful, Ms. Walker learns that he calls himself Kris Kringle and he claims to be the real Santa Claus. But of course he couldn’t be… could he?

Arkansaw Bear
By Aurand Harris.

December 1st – 23rd, 2012
Sat & Sun matinees only – 11:00am and 2:00pm
(Dec 16th, 11:00am ONLY)

In The Arkansaw Bear, the young Tish meets the World’s Greatest Dancing Bear and an apprentice dancing bear. The three of them, with help from Star Light/Star Bright, a majestic Ringmaster, and an energetic mime, discover new things about each other, learn how to remember loved ones together, and revel in the joys of family both present and past. Suitable for children 7 and above.

One Act Festival – 2013
July 12th – 21st, 2013

Group A (July 12, 14, 20)
The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter
directed by Colin Grube
This Almost Joy by Barbara Lindsay
directed by Ken Kemp
At Home by Michael Weller
directed by Stan Rosen

Group B (July 13, 19, 21)
Home by Laura Cahill
directed by John Reece
The Zoo Story by Edward Albee
directed by David Dossey
Commencing by Jane Shephard
directed by Bruce Hirsch

Montgomery County's oldest community theater