One Good MarriageOneGoodMarriage

American Premiere
October 21 – November 21, 2004
By Sean Reycraft
Directed by John Vreeke

On their first wedding anniversary a young couple - she a high school English teacher, he the school's librarian - gather in the school's gymnasium with a group of acquaintances they hope will become their good friends.  They need new friends because of a tragedy that is revealed in the course of the one-act play.

All Night StrutAll-Night-Strut

February 10 – March 27, 2005
By Fran Charnas
Directed by Thomas W. Jones, II
Music Direction by William Knowles

Sassy, sizzling and swinging songs from the 30’s and 40’s.  Jazz, blues, bebop and classic song standards by legendary song writers Hoagy Charmichael, Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington, George and Ira Gershwin and Fats Waller including “Ain’t Misbehavin”, “Fascinating Rhythm”, “It Don’t Mean a Thing”, “Chattanooga Choo Choo” and many more.

Electra Electra_small

April 21 – May 29, 2005
Adapted by Frank McGuiness
Directed by Michael Russotto

Sophocles’ riveting tale of betrayal, murder and revenge shines in a bold new adaptation.  A story of fierce love and loyalty that celbrates the tenacity of the human spirit, while exposing the darkest side of the human soul.  As compelling and timely today as it was 2400 years ago.

** Helen Hayes nomination




The Last Five YearsLast-5-Years

June 15 – July 24, 2005
Written and composed by Jason Robert Brown
Directed by Jane Pesci-Townsend
Music Direction by Howard Breitbart

A bittersweet love story about a successful novelist and a struggling actress that takes the audience back and forth from beginning to end and back again as the story of their marriage unfolds and unravels.

The Sandstorm: Stories from the Frontss_08

August 17 – September 25, 2005
By Sean Huze
Directed by Brett Smock

Amidst all of the controversy surrounding the war and occupation in Iraq, the story of those brave men who heroically fought its opening phases has been lost in the furor of nonexistent weapons of mass destruction, presidential politics and the growing insurgency.  The Sandstorm is based on the war as experienced by the playwright, a U.S. Marine with the 2nd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion (2D LAR).