Written by Paul Elliott Directed by Shelly Cary
June 2 - 3, 8 - 10, 15 - 17
When the biggest highlight in your life for the past 30 years has been your weekly bridge night out with the "girls", what do you do when one of your foursome inconveniently dies? If you're Connie, Leona and Millie, three southern ladies from Birmingham, you do the most daring thing you've ever done. You "borrow" the ashes from the funeral home for one last card game, and the wildest, most exciting night of your lives involves a
police raid, a stripper and a whole new way of looking at all the fun you can have when you're truly living.
Children of Eden (musical)
Book - John Caird Music & Lyrics - Stephen Schwartz
Concept - Charles Lisanby. Director - Jessica Patterson
Performances: July 7 - 8, 13 - 15, 20 - 22
From musical theatre greats, Stephen Schwartz and John Caird, comes a joyous and inspirational musical about parents, children and faith... Not to mention centuries of unresolved family business! An expansive and ambitious musical, the original production used a cast of sixty.
Adam, Eve, Noah and the "Father" who created them deal with the headstrong, cataclysmic actions of their respective children. The show ultimately delivers a bittersweet. but inspiring. message: that "the hardest part of love... is letting go."
The Charitable Sisterhood of the Second Trinity Victory Church
Written by Bo Wilson Directed by Patrick Erkman
Performances: August 11 - 12, 17 - 19, 24 - 26
The roads are flooded, the bridges are washed out, and less generous souls are staying safely indoors, but it takes more than a little rain to keep the ladies of the Charitable Sisterhood from fulfilling their sworn mission. Bea Littleton is the pastor's wife; Lorraine Jensen is the tireless mother of nine; Tina Yates is the transplanted Yankee; and Janet Murchison is the newest arrival. When these ladies meet to organize a relief effort for homeless Guatamalans, they are greeted with a small mountain of community donations—but one woman's junk is another woman's treasure, and that pile of stuff in this little church basement is hiding a thing or two. Come sit in on this month's meeting in the basement of Second Trinity Victory Church; our five angels of mercy will leave you breathless with laughter as they do their best to help the victims of global disaster, spiritual deprivation and, most of all, one another.
Arsenic and Old Lace
Written By Joseph Kesselring Directed by Lori Corbin
Performances: September 15 - 16, 21 - 23, 28 - 30
We meet the charming and innocent ladies who populate their cellar with the remains of socially and religiously "acceptable" roomers; the antics of their brother who thinks he is Teddy Roosevelt; and the activities of the other brother—these require no further description or amplification here.