2024-25 Season

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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (October 17-20, 2024) - Step into the pages of Washington Irving's eerie tale of suspense and thrills. New school master, Ichabod Crane makes a strong first impression upon his arrival to Sleepy Hollow, inciting disdain from many of the men and admiration from the ladies, including the belle Katrina Van Tassel. Will his rivals effectively frighten him off with the local urban legend of the headless horsemen?  Adapted from Irvin’s short story, the play is written by Mary and Andrew Arnault and will be directed by Tami Alexander.

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White Christmas (December 5-8, 2024) - Irving Berlin’s classic holiday movie is now a hit stage musical! Follow two WWII veterans Bob Wallace and Phill Davis as they take their song-and-dance routine on the road with the lovely and talented Haynes sisters. Next stop: a lodge in Vermont that happens to be owned by Wallace and Davis’s former army captain! With festive dance numbers and well-known songs, this holiday show is certain to put you in the Christmas spirit. The show has music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, book by David Ives and Paul Blake, and will be directed by Steele Moegle.

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Southern Hospitality (April 3-6, 2025) - The small town of Fayro, TX is dwindling and threatening to become extinct! Enter the Futrelle sisters (Frankie, Twink, Honey Ray, and Rhonda Lynn) who are determined to save their home town through whatever antics it takes. This results in the community banding together to host an impromptu festival to woo a salsa factory scouting rep looking for a new town to set up business. Their plan is fraught with hilarious complications and ridiculous situations.The show is written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten and will be directed by Mary Watkins. 

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (July 17-20, 2025) - The biblical account in Genesis comes to life as you’ve never heard it before in this sung-through musical adaption of Joseph. Being favored by his father, Joseph is despised by his eleven brothers who sell him into slavery in Egypt. But what they intended for harm, God used for good, as Joseph rises in the ranks and becomes second in command under Pharaoh! The diverse styles of music in this show (from Calypso to Country) help tell this timeless story in a new and imaginative way that will keep you wanting more. With lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, the show will be directed by Dee Alexander.

Junior Shows

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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (February 27- March 2, 2025) - Enter a world of magic, talking animals, mythology, and adventure. Through the wardrobe lies the world of Narnia, cursed into an eternal Winter by the White Witch. The Pevensie children find themselves as unsuspecting heroes, and the only hope of ending the witch’s reign and bringing back Spring. The great lion Aslan is on the move and will guide them to victory! Based on the novel by C.S.Lewis, the play was adapted for stage by Joseph Robinette and will be directed by Tami Alexander. 

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Singin’ in the Rain, Jr (June 26-29, 2025) - Dubbed the “Greatest Movie Musical of All Time,” Singing in the Rain has been faithfully adapted for younger performers in this junior musical. It’s 1927 and silent movies are being replaced by “talking pictures.” Silent movie sensations Don Lockwook and Lina Lamont will have to adapt to the changing times, but Lina squeaky voice could threaten her career! Perhaps a rising young starlet could lend her some dubbed vocals? Based on the MGM movie, with screenplay by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, the musical contains songs by Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown. The show will be directed by Steele Moegle. 

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