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2019 Season

CAST is gearing up for the 2019 season! Check out this year’s line up below and then head to the Box Office page to reserve your seats before they are gone.



Comedy; by Jeane Michels & Phyllis Murphy
January – February

Where can two sisters on the other side of 50, who want to add a little zest, fun and excitement to their lives find it?  Bingo!

Sis and Babe are sisters and best friends.  They’ve been coming to play Bingo together for years because they love it.  Sis is a good loser who just loves to play.  Babe is a player who has always got to win.  Sis is content in her widowhood and Babe is still looking for love.  They compliment each other in ways only sisters can and they drive each other crazy in the same sisterly way.

On this particular night, Babe and Sis share something new.  They each confess a secret and find a kind of redemption.


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Comedy; by Jamie Wooten, Jessie Jones & Nicholas Hope
March – April

This riotously funny Southern-baked comedy follows three cousins-Gaynelle, Peaches and Jimmie Wyvette-as they attempt to throw a family reunion.  Their outrageous antics have the whole town of Sweetgum talking.  Things spin hilariously out of control when a neighbor’s pet devours everything edible, a one-eyed suitor shows up to declare his love and a shocking high stakes wager is made on who can bake the best red velvet cake.  

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Drama; by Ira Levin
May – June

In the Vermont Village of Greenfield Center, there is a genial, benevolent and greatly loved old physician who is very proud of his community.  It is peopled with fine, wholesome folk, and it appears that heaven rewards the civic virtue by seeing to it that mostly only those who are wicked at heart die.  And the good Dr. Cook, who is willing to go out on sick calls at any hour of the day or night, is proud to live in such a fortunate community.  Delighted for the chance to see a venerable friend and benefactor again, a young physician, who has known and loved Dr. Cook for years, returns to the village for a visit.  Then a problem of medical ethics rises to haunt this young visitor, bringing on a gripping climax to the play, in which two doctors, young and old, are pitted against each other in a scene of unforgettable, breath stopping suspense and high drama.

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Melodrama; by Anthony Forsythe
July – August

When a beautiful young girl is found on the walk outside the Vandenburgh home, she is carried inside.  She is suffering from a complete loss of memory.  Identification in her purse reveals only that her name is Spring Overton.  The black hearted rogue, Talbot Twillingham, takes one glance at the chaste young heroine and decides that she will be chased as well.  He reckons without the presence of manly hero, Casper Vandenburgh.  When Spring repulses Talbot’s advances he shoots old Slyvester Vandenburgh and places the blame on Spring.  Talbot drugs Spring with a rare poison. Of course Spring is rescued in the nick of time by Casper.  

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Drama; by Ken Ludwig
October – November

It is December 1936, and Broadway star William Gillette, admired the world over for his leading role in the play Sherlock Holmes, has invited his fellow cast members to his Connecticut castle for a weekend of revelry.  But when one of the guests is stabbed to death, the festivities in this isolated house of tricks and mirrors quickly turn dangerous.  It is then up to Gillette himself, as he assumes the persona of his beloved Holmes, to track down the killer before the next victim appears.  The danger and hilarity are non-stop in this glittering whodunnit 


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