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A Gentleman’s Guide To Love And Murder

An heir who would rather inherit his wealth sooner than nature typically allows embarks on a murderous plan to make his monied dreams come true! This musical may sound bleak, but it’s actually full of lively numbers and plenty of laughs. 2:30pm on Sundays. 8pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Runs Friday, September 13 to

Matilda The Musical

Roald Dahl’s story of a young girl who rises above her circumstances, with a little help from her special powers, comes to life in a delightful musical, Matilda, a crowd pleaser for all ages. An ideal play, with or without the grandkids. $15-$40. 2:30pm, Saturdays and Sundays. 7:30pm on Thursday, Fridays, and Saturdays. Runs Friday,

Live and in Technicolor

Epiphany Lutheran Church and All Saints Lutheran Church are leading a production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, the biblical story referencing Joseph’s coat of many colors, his prophetic dreams and the betrayal of his brothers. With tunes like “Those Canaan Days” and “Close Every Door,” the score is a bit

Welcome to Paradise

Two people with a large age gap find that they have more in common than they thought. Directed by Michelle Mountain, Welcome to Paradise tells the story of the couple discovering mutual attraction in the Caribbean. $27-$47. 3pm on Wednesdays. 8pm on Thursdays and Fridays. 3pm and 8pm on Saturdays. 2pm on Sundays. Performances are

Sister Act

Based on the film starring Whoopi Goldberg, the play Sister Act follows a Vegas headliner who goes undercover as a nun after witnessing a crime. “Sister Mary Clarence” soon finds herself taking charge of the convent’s music program, which needs a lot of work. Hilarity ensues, but the story is also a testament to how

The Heiress

Ruth and Augustus Goetz’ 1850s drama about a tumultuous father-daughter relationship is based on the Henry James novel, Washington Square. Conflicts over money, family and love abound in this timeless tale of a young woman’s search for happiness amidst difficult trials. Set in the 19th century, the story is still relevant today. The play runs