Past Shows:


Return Engagements: Written by Bernard Slade and Directed by Brian Harwell

The Importance of Being Earnest: Written by Oscar Wilde and Directed by Miller James

The Fox on the Fairway: Written by Ken Ludwig and Directed by Sean O’Shea

Noises Off: Written by Michael Frayn and Directed by Miller James


Wally’s Cafe: written by Sam Bobrick and Ron Clark directed by Bill Egan

Regrets Only: Written by Paul Rudnick and Directed by Joseph Beck

Postmortem: Written by Ken Ludwig and Directed by Miller James

Any Wednesday: Written by Muriel Risnik


The Drunkard or Down with Demon Drink; written by Brian J. Burton; directed by Jim Sirianni

Bullshot Crummond; Written by Diz White, Alan Sherman and Ron House; directed by Jim Sirianni

It Runs in the Family; Written by Ray Cooney; directed by Joseph Beck

Sylvia; Written by A.R. Gurney; directed by Mathew Talbott


Sherlock’s Last Case; written by Charles Marowitz; directed by Jim Cook

The Girl in the Freudian Slip; by William F. Brown; directed by Joseph Beck

Precious Nonsense; Book and new lyrics by Rachel Lampert; original lyrics by William Gilbert with music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Directed by Miller James with music direction by John Douglas.

The Cocktail Hour; written by A. R. Gurney. Directed by Jim Sirianni


The Odd Couple; written by Neil Simon. Directed by Sean O’Shea.

Tony and the Soprano; book and lyrics by Rachel Lampert and music by Larry Pressgrove. Directed by Joseph Beck; Music Direction by John Douglas.

The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940; by written John Butler. Directed by Jim Cook; Music Direction by John Douglas.

It Had To Be You; written by Renee Taylor and Joseph Bologne. Directed by Bill Egan


Red Herring; by Michael Hollinger; Directed by Joseph Beck.

Who’s In Bed With The Butler?  By Michael Parker. Directed by Jim Sirianni.

Leading Ladies; by Ken Ludwig. Directed by Aaron Levin.

I Remember You;  by Bernard Slade. Directed by Jim Sirianni.


Crimes of the Heart; by Beth Henley. Directed by Jennifer Shepard.

Don’t Mention My Name; by Fred Carmichael. Directed by Jim Sirianni.

Pump Boys and Dinette; by John Foley, Mark Hardwick, Debra Monk, Cass Morgan, John Schimmel and Jim Wann. Directed by Aaron Levin.

I Hate Hamlet; by Paul Rudnick. Directed by Jim Cook.


Will Roger’s America: as adapted by Richard Hoag. Directed by Jennifer Shepard

The Dining Room; by A.R. Gurney. Directed by Jim Sirianni

SUDS; Book and Lyrics by Neal LaVin; Music by Dr. Gary Eister. Directed by Cybele Foraker

Relative Values; by Noel Coward. Directed by Jim Cook


Will Rogers’ A*M*E*R*I*C*A: as adapted by Rich Hoag. Directed by: Jennifer Shepard.

The Face on the Barroom Floor; by Tim Kelly. Directed by:  Cybele Foraker

Jake’s Women:  by Neil Simon. Directed by:  Jim Sirianni

I LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE; Book and Lyrics by Joe DiPietro, music by Jimmy Roberts. Directed by Jim Cook.

The Murder Room: by Jack Sharkey. Directed by Jim Cook.


Sylvia; by A.R. Gurney. Directed by Jim Cook.

Marriage is Murder; by Nick Halls. Directed by Jim Sirianni.

You Say Tomatoes; by Bernard Slade. Directed by Jim Cook.

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of “A Christmas Carol”; by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jnr. Directed by Emma-Jane Huerta


The Women; by Claire Boothe Luce. Directed by Cybele Foaker.

The Mystery of Irma Vep; by Charles Ludham. Directed by Cybele Foraker.

The Dinner Party; by Neil Simon. Directed by Jim Sirianni.

Cash on Delivery; by Michael Cooney. Directed by Cybele Foraker.

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