2019-2020 Season


Celebrating 65 Years of Live Theatre

The Great American Trailer Park Musical

by David Nehls and Betsy Kelso

Directed by Jackie Sontoro & Pam Taylor

Auditions: July 21 - 22 - 23

Roles for 5 women, 2  men

Performances: Oct.

Th-Fri-Sat- 7:30PM,   Sun Matinee 3PM

The Great American Trailer Park Musical is a two-act musical, written by David Nehls and Betsy Kelso. It explores the relationships between the tenants at the Armadillo Acres Trailer Park in Florida, particularly between Pippi, "the stripper on the run," the Dr. Phil-loving agoraphobic Jeannie, and Jeannie's tollbooth-collector husband Norbert. It was performed in the first annual New York Music Theater Festival in 2004 and Off-Broadway in 2005.

Drop Dead

by Billy Van Zandt


Directed by Greg Santoro

Auditions: Oct. 13 - 14- 14 7PM

Roles for 7 men, 3 women

Performances: Jan.

Fri - Sat 7:30PM,   Sun Matinee 3PM

A cast of has-been actors plan to revive their careers in "Drop Dead!," a potboiler murder mystery directed by "Wonder Child of the Broadway Stage" Victor Le Pewe (a psychotic eye twitching megalomaniac). At the dress rehearsal the set falls, props break, and the producer and an actor are murdered. During the opening night performance, the murders continue. The remaining thespians must save the show and their careers, solve the mystery and stay alive for curtain calls.







Two on the Aisle, Three in a Van

by Mary Lynn Dobson


Directed by David Butler

Auditions: Sunday Dec. 1 - 2 - 3  at 7PM

Roles for 4 women, 6 men

At the Casino Theatre

Performances: March

Fri - Sat 7:30PM Sun Matinee 3PM

Sometimes the best show isn't onstage but in the parking lot. That's the case in Two on the Aisle, Three in a Van, a comedy where the point of view this time comes from the unsung heroes who call the show, man the spotlights, sew the costumes, count the tickets and suffer through every flubbed line, forgotten prop and missed cue. 

Wrong Window


by Billy Van Zandt & Jane Milmore


Directed by Jeff Dempsey

Auditions: Feb. 9,10,11 7pm-9pm

Roles for 4 women, 7 men

Performances May 

Fri - Sat 7:30PM Sun Matinee 3PM

Van Zandt & Milmore pay tribute to Master of Horror Alfred Hitchcock with this comedy whodunit. Off-and-on New York couple Marnie and Jeff enter an even more complicated phase of their relationship when they think they spy their cross-courtyard neighbor do away with his wife. After they draw their torn curtain, the lady vanishes, and suspicion places murder beyond a shadow of a doubt. The bumbling witnesses sneak into their neighbor's apartment - 39 steps away - and the fun begins. Among multiple door-slammings, body-snatchings, and a frantic flashlight chase scene, two questions remain: Who killed Lila Larswald? And… if she's not dead…then who is? The crazy farce plays out on a shadow-box set that allows the audience to be present in one apartment, while viewing the action in its mirror-image neighboring unit across the way.