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2009-2010 Season

 

2009-2010 Season

For Better (Photo Gallery)

by Eric Coble

September 30 - October 4, 2009
In this plugged-in world of email, text-messaging and camera phones, do a bride and groom really need to be in the same country to go on a honeymoon?  Karen and Max are getting married.  At least, if their jobs will ever let them be in the same city at the same time.  A romantic comedy for the digital age, For Better is a hilarious new farce that pokes fun at our overdependence on the gadgets in our lives.
 

Candida (Photo Gallery)

by Bernard Shaw

November 18-22, 2009
The Reverend Morell, a socialist preacher, brings a penniless young poet, Eugene Marchbanks, into his charming Victorian home.  The hopelessly romantic young man is immediately smitten with the preacher’s fascinating wife, Candida, and a battle for her love begins in this charming comedy by the “greatest wordsmith since Shakespeare.”

  

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Photo Gallery)

 Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, Book by Linda Woolverton 

February 24-28, 2010
Belle, Gaston, Lumiere, Mrs. Potts  and the Beast will fill the Gifford stage in this glorious musical drawn for the Disnely film.  Featuring your family's favorite songs from the movie and some new tunes as well, Disney's Beauty and the Beast is a show the entire family will love! 
 

Fool for Love (Photo Gallery)

by Sam Shepard 

April 14-18, 2010
Set in a stark motel room on the edge of the Mojave Desert, this modern classic centers on Eddie, a rough-spoke rodeo performer, and May, a young woman who s distressed over his frequent absences and love affairs.  As recriminations pour out, the deperate nature of their relationship comes out - they cannot get along with, or without, each other, nor can they subdue their burning passion.  Described as "Shepard's purest and most beautiful play,"Fool for Love contains language that some may find objectionable and is recommended for mature audiences.
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