Introducing our 2019-20 Season!

Enjoy 10 productions on both stages ranging from classic plays to show-stopping musicals!

2019 Shows

By Karen Zacarias
Monroe Stage

Clashing egos, hidden jealousies, things unsaid . . . the chaos that ensues when friends start reading between the lines!

Book by Arthur Laurents, Music & Lyrics by Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim
GK Hardt Theatre

Starring Broadway’s Kathy Fitzgerald as the needy, greedy ‘Showbiz Mother’ Mama Rose in this multiple award-winning show based on the life of burlesque queen Gypsy Rose Lee!

by Frederick Knott
Monroe Stage

This classic thriller will have you on the edge of your seat until the very scary end!

by Lionel Bart
GK Hardt Theatre

The beloved tale of the orphaned boy who navigates the mean streets of London in search of family and love with memorable songs like ‘I’d do Anything,’ ‘Food, Glorious Food’ and ‘As Long as He Needs Me’.

by Becky Mode
Monroe Stage

What food snobs won’t do to land that impossible table at Manhattan’s most coveted restaurant—all cleverly portrayed by one overworked and underappreciated reservationist!

2020 Shows

by Alan Janes
GK Hardt Theatre

The true story of this taken-too-soon legendary singer packed with nostalgic tunes like “That’ll Be the Day,” “Chantilly Lace” and “Peggy Sue”!

by Arthur Miller
Monroe Stage

Arthur Miller’s modern masterpiece confronts the American dream in a stripped-back, muscular drama that simmers with tension and explodes with passion.

Book by Hugh Wheeler, Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
GK Hardt Theatre

This deliciously macabre Tony-winning musical of revenge and grisly entrepreneurship has shocked, awed and delighted audiences around the world.

by Matthew Lopez
Monroe Stage

A desperate out-of-work Elvis impersonator gets a second chance with the outrageous drag show that replaced him in this upbeat music-filled comedy!

Book by Gerome Ragni & James Rado, Music & Lyrics by Gerome Ragni, James Rado & Galt MacDermot
GK Hardt Theatre

The exuberant Broadway hit that indelibly captures the ‘flower power’ era and raises concerns that still resonate today. Let the sun shine in . . .