2007 – 2008 Season

Main Stage

Oct. 11 — Nov. 10

Driving Miss Daisy

by Alfred Uhry

The March on Washington. Flower Power. Martin Luther King, Jr. Against a backdrop of triumph and pain is set a story of stubbornness, independence, and the gentle evolution of a most unlikely friendship.

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Nov. 29 — Dec. 29

This Wonderful Life

by Steve Murray

It’s Christmas Eve in a wartime New England town. Despairing over a life of dreams deferred, George Bailey sets out to throw himself from a bridge – until a dotty angel-in-waiting shows him what might have been. A single actor brings 35 memorable characters to life in this imaginative tour-de-force.

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Jan. 24 — Feb. 23

A Man For All Seasons

by Robert Bolt

When Henry VIII sets out to divorce his wife he seeks the support of Sir Thomas More – revered scholar, lawyer, and churchman. The Lord Chancellor’s quiet defiance ignites a ferocious battle as he struggles to avoid the dreadful inevitable choice – between King and conscience, loyalty, and martyrdom.

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Apr. 3 — Apr. 26

The Woodsman

by Steven Fechter

“An unforgivable act. A chance to start over. A fight for redemption.”

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May 15 — Jun. 14

You Can't Take It With You

by George S. Kaufman

It’s the middle of The Great Depression, but there’s nothing depressing about life in the Vanderhof-Sycamore household – they dance, they make plays, they make music and babies and revolutionary tracts, and fireworks in the basement. All is peaceful anarchy until Alice brings home her all-too-ordinary Wall Street boyfriend…

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