The Tin Woman by Sean Grennan:
Feb. 14 - Mar. 8
Instead of relishing life after her heart transplant, Joy enters a downward spiral, unsure whether she truly deserves a second chance. Meanwhile, Alice and Hank mourn the loss of their son, Jack, whose heart was used to save Joy. At a friend's urging, Joy tracks down Jack's family to find closure. But are Alice, Hank, and their daughter Sammy ready to accept Jack's death? Based on a true story, The Tin Woman uses humor and pathos to explore loss, family, and what it means to be given new life.
Sleuth by Anthony Shaffer:
April 17 - May 10
Andrew Wyke is a mystery writer with an obsession of game-playing and fiction. When he finds that his wife has taken a younger lover, he invites him to his country manor. Murder is plotted and mystery ensues in this cat-and-mouse whodunnit story.
Legally Blonde, Book by Heather Hatch, Music and Lyrics by Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin:
July 10 - Aug. 2
Elle Woods, a fashionista with perfectly pink outfits and matching personality, seems to have it all. Her life is turned upside down when her boyfriend Warner dumps her for someone "more serious" and to attend Harvard Law. Determined to get him back, Elle charms her way into the prestigious law school. While at Harvard, she struggles to prove she is more than just a blonde sorority girl with her peers and professors . With a little determination and some new found friends, Elle proves that being yourself never goes out of style.
The Cover of Life by R.T. Robinson:
Sept. 11 - Oct. 4
It’s rural Louisiana in 1943. The Cliffert Brothers are off to war, and their wives take care of the home they share with Mrs. Cliffert. The head of Life Magazine is fascinated by a story about the wives run in the local paper and sends reporter Kate Miller to put them on the cover. Throughout the play, the women grow to understand each other, their sense of powerlessness in a world dominated by men, as well as learn a thing or two about their own self-worth.
The Foreigner by Larry Shue:
Nov. 13 - Dec. 6
What if the one person who seems to be in the dark is really the only person who knows what's going on? In Larry Shue’s hilarious comedy, The Foreigner, Englishman Charlie Parker is hoping for a little quiet at a fishing lodge in rural Georgia to deal with life’s disappointments. Now, he not only learns the town's petty and hateful secrets, he also has to decide what to do about them. The only thing he doesn’t know is how much fun he can have as plans are made and plans unravel.