1986–1987 Theatre Season

Together Again for the First Time By Reed McColm
September 11-27
Director: Jean Jenkins

Arthur’s Place By Scott Bronson
September 25- October 11
Director: Ivan Crosland
Program for Arthur’s Place

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Sunday in the Park with George
By Stephen Sondheim & James Lapine
October 8-18
Director: Charles Whitman
Scenic & Lighting Designer: Eric Fielding


Uncle Vanya
By Anton Chekhov
October 30- November 15
Director: Susan McMurray

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Androcles and the Lion
By Aurand Harris
November 20- December 6
Director: Harold Oaks

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The Trojan Women
By Euripides
January 8-24
Director: Charles Lynn Frost
Program for Trojan Women

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Could You Leave the Door Open?
By David Morgan, Jeff Hary, & Reed McColm
January 29- February 14
Director: Max Golightly

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The Wild Duck
By Henrik Ibsen
February 12-28
Director: Charles Metten
Program for The Wild Duck

Born Yesterday By Garson Kanin
March 5-21
Director: Tad Danielewski

A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine By Dick Vosburgh, Frank Lazarus, and Jerry Herman
March 19- April 4
Director: Charles Whitman

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Medal of Honor Rag
By Tom Cole
May 7-23
Director: Charles Metten

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Burdens of Earth
By Susan Howe
May 28- June 13
Director: Robert Nelson

The Member of the Wedding By Carson McCullers
July 23- August 8
Director: Marion Bentley

1987–1988 Theatre Season

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Pardoe/De Jong

Star Spangled Girl By Neil Simon
September 10-26
Director: Ivan Crosland
Costume Designer: Norene Pollei
Set Designer: Rory Scanlon
Program for The Star Spangled Girl

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Wait Until Dark
By Frederick Knott
October 15-31
Director: Jean Jenkins
Costume Designer: Dixie Crystal
Set Designer: Charles Henson

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She Love Me
By Joe Masteroff
November 19- December 5
Director: Charles Whitman
Music & Lyrics by Jerry Bock & Sheldon Harnick
Set Designer: Charles Henson

The Foreigner By Larry Shue
January 14-30
Director: Marion Bentley
Costume Designer: Rory Scanlon
Set Designer: Karl Pope

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Oklahoma!
By Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II
February 17-27
Director: Charles Metten
Costume Designer: Janet Swenson
Set Designer: Rory Scanlon

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Much Ado About Nothing
By Shakespeare
March 17- April 2
Director: Robert Nelson
Costume Designer: Rory Scanlon
Set Designer: Rory Scanlon

The Rainmaker By N. Richard Nash
May 26- June 11
Director: Charles Metten
Costume Designer: Janet Swenson
Set Designer: Charles Henson

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Our Town
By Thornton Wilder
July 21- August 6
Director: Harold Oaks
Set Designer: Karl Pope

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Uniforms
By Stephen Pullen
September 24- October 10
Director: Traci W. Hainsworth

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Outrun the Night
By Kim Wrigth
October 29- November 14
Director: Ivan Crosland
Costume Designer: Janet Swenson

Turn the Gas Back On By Max Golightly
January 28- February 13
Director: Max Golightly
Music by C. Michael Perry & Neil Newell

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Two by Two: Portrait of a Madonna
By Tennesse Williams
March 3-19
Director: Marion Bentley

A View From the Bridge By Arthur Miller
March 3-19
Director: Marion Bentley

Spoon River Anthology By Charles Aidman (conceived from Edgar Lee Masters)
May 12-28
Director: Robert Nelson

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1988–1989 Theatre Season

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Pardoe/De Jong

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Ah Wilderness
By Eugene O’Neill
September 29- October 15
Director: Robert Nelson
Costume Designer: Rory Scanlon
Set Designer: Robert Nelson

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The 1940’s Radio Hour
By Walton Jones
November 10-26
Director: Debenham & Whitman
Choreographer: Pat Debenham
Costume Designer: Norene Pollei
Set Designer: K. Pope

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Richard III
By Shakepseare
January 26- February 11
Director: Barta Heiner
Costume Designer: Janet Swenson
Set Designer: Rory Scanlon

Big River By William Hauptman & Roger Miller
March 1-11
Director: Charles Whitman
Costume Designer: Norene Pollei
Set Designer: S. Nielson

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Noises Off
By Michael Frayn
March 30- April 15
Director: Max Golightly
Set Designer: Rory Scanlon

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Madwoman of Chaillot
By Jean Giraudoux
June 1-17
Director: Ivan Crosland
Costume Designer: Janet Swenson
Set Designer: K. Pope

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Blithe Spirit
By Noel Coward
July 27- August 12
Director: Jean Jenkins
Costume Designer: Rory Scanlon
Set Designer: MFA Studies

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Sally Loved Me
By Stephen Pullen
September 22- October 8
Director: Barta Heiner

Sea Plays By Eugene O’Neill
November 2-19
Director: Charles Metten

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Holding Patterns
By Reed McColm
January 19- February 4
Director: Tracy Hainsworth

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Stepping Out
By Richard Harris
March 16- April 1
Director: Marion Bentley

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Crime and Punishment
By Tom Togers
May 18- June 3
Director: Tad Danielewski

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1989–1990 Theatre Season

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Pardoe/De Jong

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Life With Father
By Lindsay & Crouse
September 21- October 7
Director: Charles Metten

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Tin Types
By Kyte, Marvin, & Pearle
November 16- December 2
Director: Marion Bentley

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The Winter’s Tale
By Shakespeare
January 18- February 3
Director: Robert Nelson
Scenic Designer: Eric Fielding

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Kiss Me Kate
By Bella & Samuel Spewack
February 14-24
Director: Lael Woodbury
Music by Cole Porter

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Man and Superman
By George Shaw
March 29- April 14
Director: Barta Heiner

1918
May 31- June 16
Director: Charles Whitman

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Steel Magnolias
By Harling
July 26- August 11
Director: Ivan Crosland

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City of Peace
By Bronson & Card
October 5- December 9
Director: Charles Whitman

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Cubits
By Rory Scanlon
February 1-17
Director: Jean Jenkins

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Candida
By George Shaw
March 22- April 7
Director: Charles Metten

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The Price
By Arthur Miller
May 17- June 2
Director: Marion Bentley

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1990–1991 Theatre Season

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Broadway Bound
By Neil Simon

A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens
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Hamlet By William Shakespeare

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The Wiz
By William Brown
Music and Lyrics by Charlie Smalls

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A Tale of Two Cities
By Charles Dickens
(adaptation by Charles Whitman and Metten)
Program for The Tale of Two Cities

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Foxfire
By Susan Cooper and Hume Cronyn

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Charley’s Aunt
By Brandon Thomas

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Evita
By Tim Rice & Andrew Lloyd Webber

Blessing By Barry K. Gregory

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The Seagull
By Anton Chekhov

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In the Burning Darkness
By Antonio Buero Vallejo

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On Borrowed Time
By Paul Osborn (novel by L.E. Watkins)