Beauty and the Beast
This classic fairy tale tells the story of a prince who was turned into a Beast as a punishment of his selfish ways. A maiden visits his castle one day and imprisons her. This maiden’s name is Belle. To have any chance of returning to the man that he nce was, the Beast must win Belle’s love in this heartwarming and enchanting musical. The troupe is eager to reach out to a broad audience with this production; Beauty and the Beast is loved by young children watching Disney musicals for the first time, adults who have known the story and music for years, and everyone in between.
Drop Dead, a play by Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore, is a Murder Mystery Comedy that will both surprise you and make your stomach hurt from laughing. This show takes place on the set of a production where in the making, props are broken, set pieces destroyed, and the producer and a lead actor are killed. As the show opens, the production team and cast attempt to solve the mystery while staying alive for bows.
The underclassman gala consists of a series of senior directed one acts acted solely by the underclassmen of the troupe. This show is available for one night only. Come see our talented underclassmen featured in four unique productions!
This year's one acts will be:
Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind (directed by Tori Byam)
Fall (written and directed by Rebekah Fowler)
Title of Show (directed by Molly Christensen and Grace Wolf-Cartier)
Unbroken (written and directed by Kodii John)
The Dates We Water (written by the cast, directed by Ataley Villasenor)
A Streetcar Named Desire
Tennessee Williams delivers a Drama that captures audiences and tells the story of Miss Blanche Dubois. After the family property is lost, Blanche journeys down to New Orleans to live with her sister, Stella and her husband Stanley. With tense family relationships, distrust among friends, and Blanche’s unfamiliar habits, how will Stanley and Stella manage?