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Showing from August 13th through September 5th, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Saturday matinee August 29th at 3:00PM


It was November 28th, 1942. It had been almost a year since the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Americans were busy with the war effort and praying for their boys "over there." On this particular night Boston was alive with excitement as Boston College battled Holy Cross College on the football field. Cocoanut Grove, the popular, swank Boston nightclub was hopping with nearly 1000 diners, students fresh from the game, servicemen on a weekend pass, newlyweds celebrating the beginning of their new lives, and even a Hollywood cowboy making the rounds to promote his upcoming film. In the midst of such gaiety, who could have predicted that a split second mistake and greed could spark an inferno that would claim 492 lives, changing fire safety code forever.

 

Showing from October 8th through October 31st, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Saturday matinee October 24th at 3:00PM


Homicide detective John Nobles views his latest case, a man’s body mangled by a mysterious something. DNA tests identify the killer as part human and part wolf. Seeking the help of a psychiatrist that specializes in the occult, he finds answers and an intelligent woman that affects him in a way he never expected. Are Werewolves real? Is there a subculture that comes out in the light just long enough to kill?

 

Showing from November 19th through December 19th, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Saturday matinee December 5th at 3:00PM


Indians, outlaws, storms and wars, this play is an historical look at the early days of Plano through the eyes of Miss Gladys Young, a spit fire of a Texas pioneer woman, who lived in a way that enriched many lives through her love of humanity and God. The play spans Texas and Plano history from the mid 1800’s to Miss Gladys’ death in 1998.

 

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Inferno! Fire at the Cocoanut Grove

The Core Theatre is taking "Inferno! Fire at the Cocoanut Grove" to Boston. We need your help to get there. More information is available on our Go Fund Me page.