2016-17 Season

music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards

book by Peter Stone

2016-17 Season

Sep
30

thru

Oct
16

We open our ninth season this fall with the Tony-Winning musical about the birth of our nation.  Before there was Hamilton – there was 1776!  As this year’s presidential election nears, we take a look back to the room where it happened 240 years ago in Philadelphia, when our forefathers fought for freedom and signed the Declaration of Independence.  To be newly imagined with a fresh modern spin, see how much – or how little – politics and our politicians have changed since the time of John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson.

written by Ayad Akhtar

2016-17 Season

Nov
4

thru

Nov
13

Winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, this searing and provocative new play focuses on a dinner party between four friends (white, black, Jewish, Muslim) which quickly turns into a combustible powder keg of identity politics. American-born and Muslim-raised lawyer Amir has cast his religion aside to further his career, but when the opportunity comes to defend the rights of a Mosque centered in Manhattan, the pull of his faith comes calling.

written by Floyd Mutrux and Colin Escott

music arranged by Chuck Mead

2016-17 Season

Dec
2

thru

Dec
18

NOW HELD OVER THRU DECEMBER 30TH!!!

book by Joe DiPietro

music & lyrics by David Bryan and Joe DiPietro

2016-17 Season

Feb
3

thru

Feb
19

PERFORMED AT THE LITTLE THEATRE ON OAKLAND DRIVE

If you laughed out loud during Spamalot, Murder for Two, the Trailer Park Musicals or Urinetown - you're going to love THE TOXIC AVENGER!  It's part Little Shop of Horrors, part Bat Boy, part 80s New Jersey Rock n' Roll and all parts supremely entertaining.

written by Jonathan Tolins

2016-17 Season

Mar
10

thru

Mar
19

PERFORMED AT THE LITTLE THEATRE ON OAKLAND DRIVE

music and lyrics by Jeremy Siskind

book by Adam Pasen

2016-17 Season

Apr
7

thru

Apr
8

SPECIAL ONE WEEKEND EVENT!  World Premiere!
Jen and David have vowed to keep their relationship and their lives off social media as much as possible. Their friends Keith and Kelly are the perfect embodiment of modern romance, where every kiss gets retweeted and every act of love gets likes. When David decides as a joke to unfriend Keith just to see what would happen, it sets off a chain reaction that tests the strength of each of their bonds and poses the question, "What do love and friendship mean in the Digital Age?"

created by Roger Bean

2016-17 Season

Apr
21

thru

May
7

 PERFORMED AT THE LITTLE THEATRE ON OAKLAND DRIVE

What do you get when you add Some Like it Hot with the songs of The Andrews Sisters?  Why, THE ANDREWS BROTHERS, of course! A USO show by the Andrews Sisters is in jeopardy until three stagehands decide the show must go on!  Filled with over 25 show-stopping, toe-tapping tunes like “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” and “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree” that highlight this wonderful valentine to the heroes of World War II.

2016-17 Season

May
19

thru

May
20

book and lyrics by Brian Hargrove

music by Barbara Anselmi

2016-17 Season

Jun
9

thru

Jun
25

PERFORMED AT THE LITTLE THEATRE ON OAKLAND DRIVE

written by Rick Elice

music by Wayne Barker

2016-17 Season

Jul
21

thru

Aug
6

PERFORMED AT THE LITTLE THEATRE ON OAKLAND DRIVE