Fall Musical  

Working

Meyerhoff Theater
Adapted from Studs Terkel by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso

What does it mean to work? How do jobs define people? Famous radio personality and author Studs Terkel interviewed hundreds of people to find out how they felt about their jobs. What he found will surprise you. Come see the “extraordinary dreams of ordinary people.” Songs by Micki Grant, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Stephen Schwartz, James Taylor, and more.

Tickets are $12 for the regular performances and $5 for the preview performance. Recommended for a Middle School audience and up (language).

Wednesday, November 17 - Purchase Tickets
3:45 p.m. preview performance  

Thursday, November 18 - Purchase Tickets
7 p.m. performance 

Friday, November 19 - Purchase Tickets
7 p.m. performance

Saturday, November 20 - Purchase Tickets
2 p.m. matinee
7 p.m. performance


Spring Production 

A Midsummer Night’s Dream  

By William Shakespeare

Helena loves Demetrius. Demetrius loves Hermia. Hermia loves Lysandra. Puck loves mischief, and Bottom loves himself. Join us for the full-moon madness of Shakespeare’s delightful romp in the magical woods.

Tickets are $10 and go on sale two weeks prior to performances. Appropriate for all ages. 

Thursday, April 7
7 p.m. performance  

Friday, April 8
7 p.m. performance 

Saturday, April 9
7 p.m. performance 


8th Grade Production 

the princess and the moon: a fairy tale

By T. James Belich

Princess Lizzy wants to break all the rules and become a knight, and on her 16th birthday she becomes one, only to discover she is not the first female knight, but the ninety-sixth.  Undeterred from her desire to do the impossible, she resolves to complete her next quest: to go to the moon! But the journey becomes complicated. When Magic Medallions, miniscule dragons, and a storyteller who suddenly turns evil villain complicate the journey, what began as an ordinary fairytale takes everyone on a journey filled with danger, sacrifice, and no promises of “happily ever after.”

Tickets are $10 and go on sale two weeks prior to performances. Appropriate for all ages.

Thursday, May 5
6 p.m. performance 

Friday, May 6
6 p.m. performance

Saturday, May 7
2 p.m. performance


Fresh/Soph Production 

The Panic Broadcast of 1938

By Michael Druce

In 1938 on Halloween, Orson Wells famously broadcast H.G. Wells The War of the Worlds in which aliens invade New Jersey. Thousands of people believed the broadcast to be true. The Panic Broadcast of 1938 delivers a delightful look at how easily Americans can be deceived and how simple life in a small town can be up-ended by “fake” news.

Tickets are $10 and go on sale two weeks prior to performances. Appropriate for all ages.

Thursday, May 19
7 p.m. performance 

Friday, May 20
7 p.m. performance 

Saturday, May 21
7 p.m. performance