Tag Archives: Theater

Assassins Unite

Based on the book by John Weidman with music by Stephen Sondheim, Assassins is a one-act play where nine well-known assassins encouraging each other to enact their dark deeds.

A Flea in Her Ear

The 1907 comedy-of-errors “A Flea in Her Ear” by playwright Georges Feydeau, has been in production ever since its debut performance. When Raymonde Chandebise begins to doubt her husband Victor Emmanuel, she sets a trap to ensnare her unfaithful love. What begins as a simple setup, quickly becomes an elaborate case of mistaken identity and

Les Miserables Comes to the Stranahan

Victor Hugo’s realistic-fiction masterpiece “Les Miserables” tells the tragic tale of ex-convict Jean Valjean, his adopted daughter Cosette, and police inspector Javert, who vows to return Valjean to prison. The human drama clashes with the tumultuous times of the day. The musical gives the characters in the novel a voice and a song, featuring classics

Steel Magnolias Live

Get ready to laugh until you cry, then just keep crying as all of the characters in Steel Magnolias go through the difficult losses in life that make you realize the value of friendship.

Dancing Lessons—A Romantic Comedy by The Village Players

The Village Players present a romantic comedy, Dancing Lessons, about a young man, Ever, who has been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. Ever seeks instruction from Broadway dancer, Senga, who happens to be recovering from a serious injury that has affected her dancing career in significant ways. The heartwarming story unfolds as their relationship grows, making