Production History

Shows marked with "*" were not part of our regular season, not produced, or were produced by outside theatre companies.


    1957/1958
  • 1.) Teahouse of the August Moon, January, Arthur Sircom
  • 1958/1959
  •  * ) Ruddigore, September, not cast
  • 2.) Gaslight, April, Noel Hume
  • 3.) Waltz of the Toreadors, February, Barry Wilson
  • 1959/1960
  • 4.) You Can't Take It With You, November, Carn Andrews
  • 5.) All My Sons, February, Barry Wilson
  • 6.) The Mousetrap, April, Edith Carrington
  • 1960/1961
  • 7.) East Lynne, September, Wassie Hamilton
  • 8.) Beauty and the Beast, December, Janet Wunshell
  • 9.) Sabrina Fair, February, Edith Carrington
  • 10.) My Three Angels, May, Wassie Hamilton
  • 1961/1962
  • 11.) The Drunkard, October, Wassie Hamilton
  • 12.) The Giaconda Smile, April, Carl Balsan
  • 13.) The Girls in 509, May, Carl Balsan
  • 1962/1963
  • 14.) Streets of New York, October, Wassie Hamilton
  • 15.) Separate Tables, April, Carl Balsan
  • 16.) Curious Savage, May, Carl Balsan
  • 1963/1964
  • 17.) Dracula, October, Will Keys
  • 18.) Imaginary Invalid, January, Will Keys
  • 19.) Someone Waiting, March, Alice Schriener
  • 20.) Blithe Spirit, May, Will Keys
  • 1964/1965
  • 21.) The Gazebo, November, Will Keys
  • 22.) Hedda Gabler, January, Will Keys
  • 23.) Breath of Spring, March, Will Keys
  • 24.) Man in the Dog Suit, May, Ray Hilton
  • 1965/1966
  • 25.) Tender Trap, November, Bob Jones
  • 26.) The Fantasticks, January, Howard Scammon
  • 27.) See How They Run, March, Ray Hilton
  • 28.) Elizabeth the Queen, May, Ray Hilton
  • 1966/1967
  • 29.) Tom Jones, September, Ray Hilton
  • 30.) A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Foru, January, Robert Weeks
  • 31.) The Glass Menagerie, March, Lou Catron
  • 32.) Pool's Paradise, May, Ray Hilton
  • 1967/1968
  • 33.) Irma La Douce, September, Ray Hilton
  • 34.) Witness for the Prosecution, November, Dan Roth
  • 35.) Sunday in New York, February, Marion Brown
  • 36.) Mary of Scotland, March, Ray Hilton
  • 37.) Once Upon a Mattress, May, Dan Roth
  • 1968/1969
  • 38.) Stop the World, I Want to Get Off, September, Dan Roth
  • 39.) Luv, November, Dan Roth
  • 40.) Medea, January, Dan Roth
  • 41.) Catch Me If You Can, March, J. Kleeman
  • 42.) The Boy Friend, May, Nancy Cole
  • 1969/1970
  • 43.) Paint Your Wagon, September, Dan Roth
  • 44.) Critic's Choice, November, Gary Battaglia
  • 45.) Candida, January, Gary Battaglia
  • 46.) The Chalk Garden, March, Cindy Hitchens
  • 47.) Baby Want a Kiss, May, Richard Tirrill
  • 48.) The Boys in the Band, July, Gary Battaglia
  • 1970/1971
  • 49.) Your Own Thing, October, Gary Battaglia
  • 50.) Two for the Seesaw, November, Pat Blatt
  • 51.) Ladies in Retirement, February, Pat Blatt
  • 52.) The Play's the Thing, May, Pat Blatt
  • 1971/1972
  • 53.) Lily, the Felon's Daughter, September, Tom Miller
  • 54.) The Fourposter, November, Pat Blatt
  • 55.) Ghosts, January, Howard Scammon
  • 56.) Design for Murder, March, Wassie Hamilton
  • 57.) Mary, Mary, May, Pat Blatt
  • 1972/1973
  • 58.) Any Wednesday, September, Will Keys
  • 59.) Butterflies Are Free, November, Howard Scammon
  • 60.) Suddenly Last Summer, January, Sally Darling
  • 61.) Wait Until Dark, March, Pat Blatt
  • 62.) Arsenic and Old Lace, May, Sam Heatwole
  • 1973/1974
  • 63.) The Lady's Not For Burning, November, Sally Darling
  • 64.) You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Ru, January, Sam Heatwole
  • 65.) You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, March, Kate Graverson
  • 66.) Delicate Balance, May, Howard Scammon
  • 67.) An Evening With Noel and Cole, July, Sally Darling
  • 1974/1975
  • 68.) The Last of the Red Hot Lovers, September, Sam Heatwole
  • 69.) Outward Bound, November, Howard Scammon
  • 70.) Night Must Fall, January, Harvey Credle
  • 71.) Absence of a Cello, March, Pat Blatt
  • 72.) Another Evening With Noel and Cole, May, Sally Darling
  • 1975/1976
  • 73.) Marriage-Go-Round, December, Kate Graverson
  • 74.) Thurber Carnival, February, Sally Darling
  • 75.) The Gypsy's Curse, April, Bennett Wilson
  • 1976/1977
  • 76.) A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Foru, September, Kate Graverson
  • 77.) How the Other Half Loves, November, Pat Blatt
  • 78.) Sheep On the Runway, January, Sam Heatwole
  • 79.) Bus Stop, May, Rogers Hamilton
  • 80.) Roar of the Greasepaint, Smell of the Crowd, July, Kate Graverson
  • 1977/1978
  • 81.) The Importance of Being Earnest, September, Howard Scammon
  • 82.) The Glass Menagerie, November, Sally Darling
  • 83.) Barefoot in the Park, January, Sam Heatwole
  • 84.) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, March, Rogers Hamilton
  • 85.) Celebration, May, Larry Ketron
  • 86.) 6 Rms Riv Vu, June, Jack Poland
  • 87.) Noel and Cole - Encore, August, Sally Darling
  • 1978/1979
  • 88.) The Little Foxes, September, Tim Jones
  • 89.) Once Upon a Mattress, November, Harvey Credle
  • 90.) Private Lives, January, Sam Heatwole
  • 91.) Ah, Wilderness, March, Sally Darling
  • 92.) The Owl and the Pussycat, April, Curry Worsham
  • 93.) Riverwind, June, Jim Brittain
  • 94.) Same Time, Next Year, August, Sally Darling
  • 1979/1980
  • 95.) Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, September, Sam Heatwole
  • 96.) Carnival, November, Harvey Credle
  • 97.) Sleuth, January, Frank Stevenson
  • 98.) You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, March, Bill Taylor
  • 99.) Blithe Spirit, April, Kent Thompson
  • 100.) By George and Ira, Summer, Sally Darling
  • 101.) Invitation to a March, Summer, Frank Stevenson
  • 1980/1981
  • 102.) The Mousetrap, September, Dick Overdorf
  • 103.) Christmas Fantasia, November, Dann Cunningham
  • 104.) All My Sons, January, Kent Thompson
  • 105.) Play It Again, Sam, March, Kate Graverson
  • 106.) The Voice of the Turtle, May, Jim Brittain
  • 107.) The Rose Tatoo, Summer, Sally Darling
  • 1981/1982
  • 108.) Chapter Two, September, Frank Stevenson
  • 109.) Pippin, November, Kate Graverson
  • 110.) On Golden Pond, January, Chris Curran
  • 111.) Wait Until Dark, March, Sam Heatwole
  • 112.) Romantic Comedy, May, John Hamant
  • 113.) One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Summer, Sally Darling
  • 1982/1983
  • 114.) The Skin of Our Teeth, September, Paul Sagan
  • 115.) Tintypes, November, Paul Sagan
  • 116.) The Gin Game, January, Frank Stevenson
  • 117.) Deathtrap, March, Sarah Dixon
  • 118.) Absurd Person Singular, May, Kate Graverson
  • 119.) Fallen Angels, Summer, Gemma Freeman
  • 1983/1984
  • 120.) Harvey, September, Terry Rouark
  • 121.) Carousel, November, Mike Sullivan
  • 122.) Ladyhouse Blues, January, Pat Blatt
  • 123.) The Real Inspector Hound, March, Sarah Dixon
  • 124.) Lunch Hour, May, Jane Underhill
  • 125.) Two for the Seesaw, Summer, Paul Sagan
  • 1984/1985
  • 126.) 1000 Clowns, September, Terry Rouark
  • 127.) 1940's Radio Hour, November, Don Cox
  • 128.) Talley's Folly, January, Pat Blatt
  • 129.) Mass Appeal, March, Art McMaster
  • 130.) Breath of Spring, May, Kristi Everly
  • 1985/1986
  • 131.) Crimes of the Heart, September, Claudine Carew
  • 132.) A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, November, Don Cox
  • 133.) The Dining Room, January, Sarah Dixon
  • 134.) Ten Little Indians, March, Marvin Sylvest
  • 135.) Noel Coward Tonight, May, Howard Scammon
  • 136.) 'Night mother, Summer, Sally Darling
  • 1986/1987
  • 137.) Sea Marks, September, Dan Smith
  • 138.) Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, November, Don Cox
  • 139.) Foxfire, January, Kristi Everly
  • 140.) The Real Thing, March, Frank Stevenson
  • 141.) Painting Churches, May, Anne Morgan
  • 142.) Greater Tuna, Summer, Claudine Carew
  • 1987/1988
  • 143.) Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking, September, Jane Underhill
  • 144.) Stop the World, I Want to Get Off, November, Don Cox
  • 145.) The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White , January, Marvin Sylvest
  • 146.) The Private Ear/The Public Eye, March, Sarah Dixon
  • 147.) The Circle, May, Howard Scammon
  • 148.) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Summer, Richard Palmer
  • 1988/1989
  •  * ) Educating Rita, not produced
  • 149.) My Three Angels, November, Jane Underhill
  • 150.) Veronica's Room, January, Lori Paschall
  • 151.) Biloxi Blues, March, Sarah Dixon
  • 152.) The Kingfisher, May, Kristi Everly
  • 153.) Moon for the Misbegotten, Summer, Richard Palmer
  • 1989/1990
  • 154.) Breakfast With Les and Bess, September, Lori Paschall
  • 155.) Some Enchanted Evening, November, Lynn Walker
  • 156.) The Nerd, January, Gemma Freeman
  • 157.) True West, March, Sarah Dixon
  • 158.) Murder by the Book, May, Kim Vernall
  • 1990/1991
  • 159.) Steel Magnolias, September, Claudine Carew
  • 160.) Bell, Book and Candle, November, Lori Paschall
  • 161.) The Cocktail Hour, January, Gemma Freeman
  • 162.) The Price, March, Abby Schumann
  • 163.) Eleemosynary, May, Bunkie Righter
  • 1991/1992
  • 164.) Dial M for Murder, September, Lori Paschall
  • 165.) Our Town, November, Howard Scammon
  • 166.) Social Security, January, Roman Alis
  • 167.) A Walk in the Woods, March, Abby Schumann
  • 168.) Nunsense, May, Blanton Bradley
  • 1992/1993
  • 169.) Agnes of God, September, Lori Paschall
  • 170.) The Lion in Winter, November, Richard Carr
  • 171.) Lend Me a Tenor, January, Hugh Hitchens
  • 172.) Other People's Money, April, Bunkie Righter
  • 173.) The Perfect Murder, June, Debbie Noonan
  • 1993/1994
  • 174.) The Road to Mecca, September, Scott Stith
  • 175.) Night Watch, November, Lori Paschall
  • 176.) Rumors, February, Roman Alis
  • 177.) I Never Sang for My Father, April, Bunkie Righter
  • 178.) The Fantasticks, June, Bill Suber
  • 1994/1995
  • 179.) Amadeus, September, Hugh Hitchens
  • 180.) Camelot, November, Bill Suber
  • 181.) Dancing at Lughnasa, February, Lori Paschall
  • 182.) Out of Order, April, Scott Stith
  • 183.) Wait Until Dark, May, Scott Rollins
  • 1995/1996
  • 184.) I Ought to be In Pictures, September, Oteka Ball
  • 185.) The Boys Next Door, November, Lori Paschall
  • 186.) Postmortem, January, Madoline Wallace
  • 187.) Shadowlands, March, Les Waldron
  • 188.) Later Life, May, Scott Rollins
  • 189.) A Private Public Park, June, Jack Zilliox
  • 1996/1997
  • 190.) Nunsense II - The Second Coming, September, Ron Milovac
  • 191.) The Sisters Rosensweig, November, Beth Fairbanks
  • 192.) The Innocents, January, Richard Carr
  • 193.) Don't Dress for Dinner, March, Scott Stith
  • 194.) Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, May, Scott Rollins
  • 1997/1998
  • 195.) I Hate Hamlet, September, Kim Vernall
  • 196.) Catch Me If You Can, November, Debbie Noonan
  • 197.) Jake's Women, January, Jonathan Manning
  • 198.) Two Rooms, March, Les Waldron
  • 199.) Barefoot in the Park, May, Naomi Murrow
  • 1998/1999
  • 200.) Romantic Comedy, September, Mary Campbell
  • 201.) Scotland Road, November, Richard Carr
  • 202.) Red Hot and Cole, January, Beth Cheney
  • 203.) Picnic, April, Rogers Hamilton
  • 204.) The Mousetrap, May, Debbie Noonan
  • 1999/2000
  •  * ) Forever Plaid, Summer, Smithfield Little Theater Cast
  • 205.) Exit the Body, September, Susan Chast
  • 206.) On Golden Pond, November, Richard Carr
  • 207.) Dames at Sea, January, Beth Cheney
  • 208.) The Cemetary Club, March, Fran Fleming
  • 209.) Black Comedy, May, Sarah Carr
  • 2000/2001
  •  * ) The Brothers Menaechmus, Summer, Edward Whitace, The New Virginia Company of Comedians
  • 210.) Ten Little Indians, September, Lynn Schumann
  • 211.) Nuncrackers, November, Helen D'Alfonso
  • 212.) Chapter Two, January, Rogers Hamilton
  • 213.) Laura, March, Les Waldron
  • 214.) You Can't Take It With You, May, Rick Hinson
  • 2001/2002
  •  * ) A Delicate Balance, Summer, Richard Palmer, Wedgewood Renaissance
  • 215.) Crossing Delancy, September, Mary Campbell
  • 216.) Soup du Jour, November, Debbie Noonan
  • 217.) An American Daughter, January, Beth Cheney
  • 218.) 84, Charing Cross Road, March, Les Waldron
  • 219.) 6 Rms Riv Vu, May, Kristi Everly Spivey
  • 2002/2003
  • 220.) Picasso at the Lapin Agile, September, Victoria Racimo
  • 221.) The Rainmaker, November, Les Waldron
  • 222.) The Secret Garden, January, Sarah Carr Howlett
  • 223.) Don't Drink the Water, March, Lynn Schumann
  • 224.) Play On!, May, Kim Vernall
  • 2003/2004
  •  * ) Same Time, Next Year, Summer, Victoria Racimo, Palomino Productions
  • 225.) The Good Doctor, September, Beth Wigley
  • 226.) The Unexpected Guest, November, Debbie Noonan
  • 227.) Cinderella, January, Traci Strom Jackson
  • 228.) The Miss Firecracker Contest, March, Kyle
  • 229.) Bus Stop, May, Les Waldron
  • 2004/2005
  •  * ) Sylvia, Summer, Victoria Racimo, Palomino Productions
  • 230.) See How They Run, September, Lynn Schumann & Alan Noblin
  • 231.) Over the River and Through the Woods, November, Carole Meyer
  • 232.) Man of La Mancha, January, Christopher Robbins
  • 233.) Proof, March, Abigail Schumann
  • 234.) Deathtrap, May, Les Waldron
  • 2005/2006
  • 235.) The Foreigner, September, Lynn Schumann
  • 236.) Marvin's Room, November, Bob Burdette
  • 237.) A Chorus Line, January, Peter Natale
  • 238.) Shirley Valentine, March, Elizabeth Wiley
  • 239.) An Act of the Imagination, May, Kate Foskit
  • 2006/2007
  • 240.) The Teahouse of the August Moon, September, Rogers Hamilton
  • 241.) Sleuth, November, Rob Schrader
  • 242.) The Importance of Being Earnest, January, Kathleen Walden
  • 243.) Talley's Folly, March, Brandon Lyles
  • 244.) A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, May, Don Cox
  • 2007/2008
  •  * ) Retreat from Moscow, Summer, Wedgewood Renaissance Productions
  • 245.) Baby, September, Rob Schrader
  • 246.) Moonlight and Magnolias, November, Brandon Lyles
  • 247.) George M!, January, Peter Natale
  • 248.) Communicating Doors, March, Rick Hinson
  • 249.) Driving Miss Daisy, May, Kyle
  • 2008/2009
  • 250.) Pump Boys and Dinettes, September, Dana Margulies
  • 251.) Father of the Bride, November, Brandon Lyles
  • 252.) The Man Who Came to Dinner, January, Peter Natale
  • 253.) On the Verge, March, Les Waldron
  • 254.) Barnum, May, Rob Schrader
  • 2009/2010
  • 255.) Barefoot in the Park, September, Dale Payne
  • 256.) Dial M for Murder, November, Debbie Noonan
  • 257.) Arsenic and Old Lace, January, Ed Allen
  • 258.) Educating Rita, March, Les Waldron
  • 259.) Company, May, Rob Schrader
  • 2010/2011
  • 260.) The Dixie Swim Club, September, David Adams
  • 261.) It's a Wonderful Life, November, Chris Hull
  • 262.) 42nd Street, January, Peter Natale
  • 263.) The Lion in Winter, March, Miguel Girona
  • 264.) I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, May, Jeffrey Villines
  • 2011/2012
  • 265.) The Producers, November, Peter Natale
  • 266.) The Taming of the Shrew, January, Miguel Girona
  • 267.) Pride and Prejudice, March, Christina Westenberger
  • 268.) Noises Off, April, Kim Vernall
  • 269.) Curtains, June, Peter Natale
  • 2012/2013
  • 270.) Jesus Christ Superstar, September, Jeff Corriveau
  • 271.) The Odd Couple, November, Debbie Noonan
  • 272.) I Never Sang For My Father, January, Miguel Girona
  • 273.) Steel Magnolias, April, Justin Giroux
  • 274.) Chicago, June, Peter Natale
  • 275.) Annie, Summer, Peter Natale
  • 2013/2014
  • 276.) Moon Over Buffalo, September, Doug Stewart
  • 277.) School House Rock, November, Brandon Lyles
  • 278.) The Miracle Worker, January, Becky Krantz
  • 279.) Rough Crossing, March, AlexMorse
  • 280.) Into the Woods, June, Christina Westenberger
  • 281.) Peter Pan, the Musical, Summer, Peter Natale
  • 2014/2015
  • 282.) Cats, September, Peter Natale
  • 283.) Mousetrap, November, Les Waldron
  • 284.) Run for Your Wife, January, Peter Natale & Carol Meyer
  • 285.) The 39 Steps, March, Abbie Schuman
  • 286.) Guys and Dolls, May, Christina Westenberger
  • 287.) Oliver!, Summer, Peter Natale
  • 2015/2016
  •  * ) James and the Giant Peach, Summer, Center Stage Academy
  •  * ) Backwards Broadway, Summer, Williamsburg Players
  •  * ) Tarzan, Summer, Center Stage Academy
  • 288.) City of Angels, September, Chris Hull
  • 289.) Amadeus, November, Catherine Hagner
  • 290.) Romantic Comedy, January, Julie King
  • 291.) The Front Page, March, Sam Miller
  • 292.) Rent, June, Dana Margulies Cauthen
  • 2016/2017
  •  * ) History Lessons - a rock cabaret, October, Jeffrey Seyller
  •  * ) The Music of Jason Robert Brown, December, Jeffrey Seyller
  •  * ) Crazy Ever After - a musical revue, February, Jeffrey Seyller
  •  * ) James Cameron - A Conversation with John Rollison
  •  * ) Thoroughly Modern Millie, Spring, Center Stage Academy
  •  * ) The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Summer, Center Stage Academy
  • 293.) Jekyll & Hyde, the Musical, September, Jonathan McCormick
  • 294.) The Best Man, November, Neil Hollands
  • 295.) Six Degrees of Separation, January, Michael Epson
  • 296.) Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, March, Dana Margulies Cauthen
  • 297.) On Golden Pond, Spring, Julie King
  • 298.) Next To Normal, Summer, Jeffery Seyler
  • 2017/2018
  •  * ) Leading Ladies, September, Jeffrey Seyller
  • 299.) You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, September, Valerie Chamness Chin

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