March 8, 9, 2014
A Contemporary Children’s Musical by Joan Cushing
Based on the delightful book by Harry Allard with illustrations by James Marshall, this well-known work is a childhood favorite. Miss Nelson’s class is the worst behaved class in the whole school. When one day Miss Nelson does not come to school and the class gets a scary substitute, the search is on by the students of Room 207 to find Miss Nelson. Hopefully, its not too late---for them! Wonderful lessons of respect and appreciation.
April 4, 5, 6, 11, 12
Curtain Times: Friday & Saturday: 7:30pm | Sunday: 3:00pm
A Classic English Period Farce, by Noel Coward
The Winner of the 2009 Drama Desk Award for Best Revival. A recent smash on both the London and Broadway stage, this Noel Coward classic offers up a fussy, cantankerous novelist, recently re-married but also haunted (literally) by the ghost of his late first wife, thanks to visiting medium. As both worldly and un-worldly personalities clash, hilarious comedy follows. Witty, sophisticated and uproariously entertaining, with a surprising twist in the end.