• Cinderella

    The musical production features a live orchestra and all the trademark moments – the pumpkin, the glass slipper, the masked ball and more, plus some surprising new twists!

    July 20 - August 13
  • As You Like It

    A feisty cross-dressing heroine, a tartan-clad fool, melodic songs, questionable poetry, and laughs aplenty. Will love conquer all, or is it merely a madness? Find out in this classic Bard comedy.

    July 24 - August 24
  • California Suite

    A humorous confection divided into four parts. A Neil Simon musical from the ‘70s.

    August 12 - August 27
  • 7th Annual Greenwich Odeum/ Experiments in Theatre Summer Camp — Footloose The Musical, Youth Edition

    A musical performance by youth actors, celebrating the importance of following your heart – and dance choreographer.

    August 12 - August 13
  • Summer on Stage: Johnny Appleseed

    An original musical performed by participants in the Garde’s Summer On Stage program and the Missoula Children’s Theater.

    August 12 - August 13
  • Men on Boats

    Ten explorers. Four boats. One Grand Canyon. The thrilling true(ish) history of an 1869 expedition on a mission to chart the Colorado Rive

    August 12 - September 10
  • Kinky Boots

    This sassy, uplifting musical, inspired by true events, takes you from the factory assembly line to the glamorous catwalks of Milan as the heir to a conservative British shoe factory strives to extend his business into high-heels for the drag community.

    August 17 - September 11
  • The Fantasticks

    A 1960s musical about the love and deception that follow when two dads try to set up their children by pretending to feud.

    August 18 - August 28
  • The Tragedy of Othello

    The Shakespeare classic tragedy about paranoia and deception.. Directed by David Valentin.

    August 25 - August 28



The Community Players’ ‘Sugar Sisters’ are Sweet

What would happen if you put Steel Magnolias,Twin Peaks, The X-Files and a Stephen King novel in a blender, blended them together, and dumped the result into the Florida swamp? You might get something like the extremely entertaining and delightfully bizarre The Sugar Bean Sisters, presented inPawtucketby The Community Players. Nathan Sanders wrote the play […]

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Baseball, Theater =Life at Second Story

For 2nd Story Theatre, 2012 opens with Take Me Out, Richard Greenberg’s provocative examination of “America’s game,” offering a locker room view of how a baseball team reacts when it’s star player suddenly and unapologetically outs himself. Artistic Director Ed Shea promises “it’s one of those plays that people will talk about for seasons to […]

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