A deliciously goofy revue featuring four young singers, killed in a car crash on the way to ‘the big concert’, now miraculously revived for the posthumous fulfillment of their dream to perform ‘the show that never was’. Great nostalgic pop 50’s hits like Undecided, 16 Tons, Chain Gang, Perfidia, Cry, Heart & Soul, Rags To Riches, Moments To Remember, Gotta Be This Or That & more. The Plaids’ close harmony, zealous choreography and boyish squabbles wll put a song in your heart, a tap in your toes and a smile on your face!
Forever Plaid - June 5 to June 23
Enjoy a New England Christmas in July! WWII vets Bob Wallace and Phil Davis, now big tv stars, follow a duo of beautiful singing sisters to a Christmas show at a Vermont ski lodge, which just happens to be owned by the GIs’ former beloved Army commander. A great story, guys and gals tapping their hearts out, and medlodies like Blue Skies, I Love a Piano, How Deep Is the Ocean, Sisters, Count Your Blessings & more are the perfect gift any time of the year! by Irving Berlin.
White Christmas - June 25 to July 14
We’ve waved our magical wand to create the timeless enchantment of this musical fairy tale! Filled with princes, pumpkins, stepsisters, a fairy godmother, palace balls and a sparkling melodic score. Perfect family fun filled with love, laughter and hope in the miraculous kingdom of dreams-come-true, where hearts will soar when the slipper fits! by Rodgers and Hammerstein II
Cinderella - July 17 to August 4
It’s that irreverent, kinky, cult musical laugh fest from 1973. A parody of B horror movies and sci fi wrapped up with mutating identities, time warps and high heels and glitter in this British horror comedy stage musical. Join Frank‘n’Furter, a mad transvestite scientist and his creation, muscle man Rocky Horror, in the audience participation fun or just sit back and enjoy the circus! (PG14 content)
The Rocky Horror Show - August 7 to August 18
A New England premiere featuring the life and music of one of show business’ most memorable performers. Garland’s one woman concert at Carnegie Hall in April of 1961 is intertwined with spectors from her turbulent past: parents, husbands, bosses, costars, booze, pills and even a young and vulnerable Judy. Songs like You Made Me Love You, Over the Rainbow, The Trolley Song, Be a Clown, That’s Entertainment, After You’ve Gone, Stormy Weather & more mark this tribute to the legendary Judy Garland!
Beyond the Rainbow: The New Judy Garland Musical - August 21 to September 1