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Our 2017-18 Sixth Season of Shows!!  Season Tickets are no longer available but Single Tickets can be ordered show-by-show.



Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike  by Christopher Durang  A HIT WITH CRITICS AND AUDIENCES!!!

September 22 – October 15, 2017

Siblings Vanya and Sonja live in their family’s home in Bucks County, PA.  Their  Movie Star sister Masha arrives with her new boy-toy Spike to tell them she is selling the family manse and moving on with life.  Add a “Snow White and the 7 Dwarves” costume party, an endless crying jag for the sisters, and a psychic voodoo-spell-casting housekeeper.  It’s Christopher Durang at his best! "Deliriously Funny!"- NY Times    

Tony Award Winner - Best Play 2013!!

Times Square Angel, a musical pastiche by Charles Busch


November 24 – December 17, 2017

Tough-As-Nails Night Club Star Irish O’Flanagan hosts Charles Busch’s salute to holiday extravaganzas everywhere.  The show combines elements of A Christmas Carol and It’s a Wonderful Life  with Busch’s favorite 1940’s movies and includes a variety of Yuletide musical numbers.  Season’s Greetings from the wildly imaginative mind that created Vampire Lesbians of Sodom and The Divine Sister.   



Fifth of July  by Lanford Wilson -- Our Gay Heritage Production --


January 12 – February 4, 2018

Gay veteran Ken Talley lost his legs in Viet Nam.  Now, Ken and his lover Jed live on the Talley Family Farm in Lebanon, Mo.  They are visited by friends from Ken’s college years and a couple of relatives with their own agendas.  The talk is sharp, funny and extremely revealing of lost hopes and dreams which must be pushed aside to achieve the good that life can offer.   "This is one of the most incredibly well-written, profound and moving and often hilarious plays it has ever been my privilege to see in the American theater." —NY Daily NewsWritten by Pulitzer-Prize winning Lanford Wilson, a true pioneer of Gay Theatre.  


Suddenly Last Summer  by Tennessee Williams

March 9 – April 1, 2018

The classic horror story from Tennessee Williams of Sebastian Venable’s life and death and his mother Violet’s diabolical plan to stifle the truth about Sebastian by cutting the memories out of her niece Catherine’s brain.  “Williams’ most devastating statement about corruption in the world… a triumphant piece of dramatic literature” – NY Times. 

Dare  by Allan Baker

April 20 – May 13, 2018

The World Premiere of an award-winning play by a fresh, literate and engaging Texas Playwright.  Dare is the story of an elderly gay man whose desire to die on his own terms sparks an impassioned challenge from his younger gay doctor. The conversation that follows is an intense exploration of love, friendship, AIDS and activism – and a celebration of the rule-breakers who came before us, paving the way for same-sex marriage legislation in 2015. As funny as it is intimate, Dare is a touching reminder that the lessons of history must be part of any struggle for a better and more accepting world. This play weaves together the history of gay liberation, the enduring threat of homophobia, the impact of AIDS, aging in the gay community, end of life issues, the argument between advocates of gay “assimilation” and gay “radicalism” ... and the vital role of drag queens.  Winner of the Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Political Play Contest at the Castillo Theatre in NYC.