2010-2011

Glimpses of the MoonGlimpses_Natascia&Sam

World Premiere
September 9 - October 17, 2010

A Jazz Age Musical based on the novel
by Edith Wharton

Book and Lyrics by Tajlei Levis
Music by John Mercurio
Directed and Choreographed by David Marquez
Music Directed by Darius Smith

A sparkling romantic musical, Glimpses of the Moon follows the jazzy whirl of New York society in 1922.  Popular but penniless, Suzy Branch and her friend Nick Lansing devise the ultimate fundraising scheme -- to marry and live off the wedding presents, while they help one another look for suitable millionaires. The plan works perfectly -- until they fall in love.

"...a sparkling valentine to the Jazz Age." -BroadwayWorld.com

**Helen Hayes nomination

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A Broadway Christmas CarolBCC_Promo

November 18 - December 19, 2010
By Kathy Feininger
Directed by Larry Kaye
Choreographed by Nancy Harry
Music Directed by Aaron Broderick

Christmas just got a whole lot funnier!  A delicious cross between the classic Dickens tale and uproarious song parodies of your favorite Broadway show tunes, this irreverent and boisterous alternative to traditional holiday fare will leave you rolling in the aisles!  With the creative team from The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!).   

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His Eye Is On The SparrowBern_TheatreInTheSquare_2

January 26 - March 20, 2011
By Larry Parr
Directed by Gary Yates
Music Directed by S. Renee Clark

The inspiring musical about the life of the renowned African American singer and groundbreaking Broadway actor Ethel Waters, who rose from a downtrodden life in Philadelphia's back alleys to become a celebrated talent. Aside from the title song, other Waters hits include "Stormy Weather" and "Am I Blue." Starring Helen Hayes Award-winning Bernardine Mitchell (Mahalia, Three Sistahs) with William Knowles on the piano.

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The Real Inspector HoundHound_Cast

April 20 - June 5, 2011
By Tom Stoppard
Directed by John Vreeke

Two theatre critics, Moon and Birdboot, watch a ludicrous setup of a country house murder mystery. By chance, they become involved in the action causing a series of events that parallel the play they are watching.  Featuring our "heroes" Ralph Cosham, John Dow, Michael Tolaydo and MetroStage favorite Catherine Flye as Mrs. Drudge.

"Stoppard is the master comedian of ideas in the English language." -Newsweek

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