COMING SOON: "IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY" NOV.29-DEC.2 & DEC. 6-9, 2018
NOW IN PRODUCTION
November 29 - December 2
& December 6- 9, 2018
Step into our 1940's radio station as George and Mary Bailey, Uncle Billy, guardian angel Clarence Odbody, Mr. Potter and the town of Bedford Falls spring to life in this adaptation of Frank Capra's beloved Christmas classic featuring on-stage sound effects from the early days of radio. Join us and the cast of WBFR's Playhouse of the Air for the most important Christmas Eve of George Bailey's life.
Directed by Tom Emerson, Jr.
February 28 - March 3 & March 7-10, 2019
It’s good vs. evil for those arriving at their eternal homes. Stella, a competent and compassionate employee of Saint Peter, is constantly at odds with her counterpart Cessal, a vain, deceitful, egotistical, and sexist front man for the Dark Prince. Stella’s giggly, new apprentice only adds to her frustration. Ever the consummate professional, she meets her new arrivals, who have been waiting in line at Purgatory for their turn to register. Though they’ve passed on, the dearly departed still have lively personalities: an aspiring dancer with an unfortunate name, an impatient senator, and a man who goes AWOL to avoid eternity with his late wife. Big changes are coming: a promotion, a demotion and St. Peter’s Escort Service will never be the same!
Directed by Gary Stapp
June 6-9 & June 13-16, 2019
It’s 10:45 AM and a spectacular assortment of nuts populate the staff at London’s St. Andrew’s Hospital, including Dr. David Mortimore. Before the morning is over, he’ll try to fend off a paternity suit, an ex-wife, a punkish son and various other lunatics so that he may, at last, deliver the Ponsonby Lecture to hundreds of colleagues at noon - just down the hall!
“…A must for the bruised in spirit and the young at heart." - The Sunday Times, London
"Tickles the funny bones quite shamelessly." - Sunday Express, London
Directed by Lori Barcus & Les Thomas
Two toll trolls bickering on a bridge have a ’falling out’ after Belinda ("Billy"), the smallest of three goats, decides to become a ’bully goat.’
As if paying a toll to get across the bridge wasn’t bad enough, now anyone who dares to trip-trap over the bridge gets knocked off by Billy!
Willy, her peace-loving medium-size sister, tries to talk her out of it, but alas, she ends up over the edge herself. Fred, the biggest of the three goats, just wants to eat grass on the other side and even unwittingly helps Billy just so he can eat sooner. At first it seems funny, but the unfairness of Billy’s bullying becomes more and more apparent as one innocent victim after another gets pushed off the bridge.
But the townspeople have a plan to teach Billy a lesson about bullying that she won't soon forget .