The 2024-2025 Season

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Don’t Dress For Dinner

by Marc Camoletti
Adapted by Robin Hawdon
Directed by Christopher Williams
September 4 - 22, 2024

This wildly successful comedy was first produced at Laguna Playhouse in 1997 and is back by popular demand! This outrageous farce has all the right ingredients for a delicious and sexy night of laughter. There’s a not-so-happily married couple, a cook mistaken for a mistress, a mistress who can’t cook, and enough mistaken identities and confused alibis to have audiences in stitches.

A View From the Bridge

By Arthur Miller
Directed by David Ellenstein
October 30 - November 17, 2024

This stunning drama from one of America’s greatest playwrights is set in 1950’s Brooklyn where Eddie Carbone wrestles with the complexities of family, assimilation, and the American Dream. Ultimately, desire and jealousy collide in this modern classic, sure to be remembered as a powerful night of theatre.


By Mark St. Germain
Directed by David Ellenstein
January 15 - February 2, 2025

A tour-de-force solo performance by Kandis Chappell brings to life the dynamic and iconic First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt. Both strong and vulnerable, both public and private, Eleanor Roosevelt’s fascinating story will sweep you away. Learn more about the passionate and unforgettable woman at the heart of her husband’s presidency whose impact on history cannot be understated.

 The Remarkable Mister Holmes: 
A Madcap Musical Comedy Murder Mystery

Book by Omri Schein & David Ellenstein
Lyrics by Omri Schein
Music by Daniel Lincoln
Directed by David Ellenstein
March 5 - 23, 2025

Sherlock Holmes is back with an all-new madcap mystery to solve...and a new sidekick! In this fast-paced, wildly comedic musical. Holmes must solve a series of baffling crimes without the help of his trusted partner. Packed with wild wordplay, red herrings, and zany surprises, this over-the-top rollercoaster of musical mayhem is perfect for fans of Arthur Conan Doyle, Mel Brooks, musical theater, or anyone who loves a fun night out.

 August Wilson’s Fences

Directed by Yvette Freeman
April 30 - May 18, 2025

Troy Maxson was a star of the Negro baseball leagues, but now it’s 1957 and he’s a garbage man in Pittsburgh. In one of August Wilson’s best and most well-known plays, we see one man struggle with disappointment and the effect it has on his marriage and relationship with his sons. This powerful Pulitzer Prize-winning play is both epic and intimate and a must-see theatrical event.

Peril in the Alps: 
A new Hercule Poirot comic mystery

by Steven Dietz
Based in part on “Poirot Investigates” by Agatha Christie
Directed by Steven Dietz
June 11 - 29, 2025

The thrilling follow-up to Murder on the Links makes its anticipated debut! This new Hercule Poirot story leads the famed Belgian detective on a thrilling journey into the treacherous snow-capped Alps to solve a kidnapping before it becomes a murder. Will he finally meet his match in the mountains? Fortunately for the audience, the journey to the satisfying conclusion is filled with clever twists and turns and plenty of laughter as Poirot encounters dozens of eccentric characters and clever suspects – all played by six actors!

Honky Tonk Angels

by Ted Swindley
Directed by David Ellenstein
July 30 - August 17, 2025

This feel-good, boot stompin’ musical celebrates the enduring power of music and friendship. Armed with only their dreams and a bus ticket, three sassy gals leave their thankless lives behind and head to Nashville to become country music singers. Revisit dozens of pop-country favorites like “Stand By Your Man,”  “Ode To Billy Joe”, “Delta Dawn,” and many more.