We’ve got a couple of main-stage productions on the horizon- check them out below!

Run for Your Wife: Feb 8-10 & 14-17 (Tickets available here)

Synopsis: This superb example of the British farce had audiences rolling in the aisles in London and New York! John Smith is a London cab driver who has worked out a meticulous method for maintaining two separate households and two wives. His first wife, Mary, lives but four or so minutes away from the second household where John’s second wife, Barbara, resides. John has a little book where he has carefully codified every day to coordinate his work schedule with his double life. As his perfect lie unravels, after he is banged on the head with a handbag while interceding in a mugging, the world goes topsy-turvy and the fun takes over like a runaway roller coaster. His upstairs neighbor Stanley becomes as involved as John, and in the manic attempt to cover up the mess, ends up stoking the deceit and misunderstandings to the point of absurdity – at least in the audience’s point of view!

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday shows are at 7:30pm, and Sunday shows are at 2:00pm.

Steel Magnolias: May 10-12 & 16-19

Synopsis (provided by Dramatists Play Service): The play opens with discussion of Shelby’s wedding day to her fiancé, Jackson, in the fictional northwestern Louisiana parish of Chinquapin at Truvy’s in-home beauty parlour where the women regularly gather. It covers events over the next three years with Shelby’s Type 1 diabetes and how the women interact at times with conflict but in the end resolved friends: Shelby’s decision to have a child despite the complication that can result from the condition, Clairee’s friendship with the curmudgeon Ouiser; Annelle’s transformation from a shy, anxious newcomer in town to a good-time girl then repentant revival-tent Christian; and Truvy’s relationships with the men in her family. Although the main storyline involves Shelby, her mother M’Lynn, and Shelby’s medical battles, the underlying group-friendship among all six women is prominent throughout the drama.

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday shows are at 7:30pm, and Sunday shows are at 2:00pm.

Note: Thursday nights are “Bring a can and pay what you can!”  Bring some canned goods to help keep the food banks full and pay whatever you like for a ticket to our Thursday night showing!