October 1 - 4 (8:00 PM)
October 5 (2:00 PM)
PAUL SILLS’ STORY THEATRE -- The sky falls, animals sing, a young maiden is poisoned, a Master thief thieves masterfully, the Goddess of love works her magic as Mysterious grey men and enchanted fish cast their spells. Tricksters, vagabonds and simpletons abound. Oh and yes, a woman becomes the Pope… all in this adaptation of Aesop’s fables and Grimm’s fairy tales by Paul Sills.
(May be too intense for the extremely little ones, some of those Grimm’s tales are, well… rather grim.}
Taming of the Shrew
November 19 - 22 (8:00 PM)
November 23 (2:00 PM)
The Taming of the Shrew is the classic comedy of the “war between the sexes,” and perhaps Shakespeare’s most boisterous comedy. Bold and blustery, Petruchio is lured to woo the shrewish and rambunctious Katharina so that his friends can court her beautiful sister, Bianca, and thereby hangs the tale.
February 25 - 28 (8:00 PM)
March 1 (2:00 PM)
In this, the second longest running musical in Off-Broadway history, Sister Julia, Child of God, has inadvertently poisoned much of the convent with her cooking with some bad vichyssoise and until the remaining five Little Sisters of Hoboken can raise the funds to bury the other fifty-two, there they sit in the convent’s freezer. And so, this is the fund raiser presented by the nuns at the Mount Saint Helen’s school to come up with the cash.
April 22 - 25 (8 PM)
April 26 (2 PM)
This documentary-style ensemble play recounts the life and lasting impact of groundbreaking LGBT activist and politician Harvey Milk, as told by the people who knew him best. Spoken word combines with multimedia and music as an ensemble cast moves in and out of the identities of real-world figures whose lives were forever altered by Milk’s too-short career.
(All productions are subject to change.)