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A Debt that led to Home

Showing from  August 18th  through September 17th, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Sunday matinees September 10th and 17th at 3:00PM
Tickets are $20 for Adults, and $10 for students and seniors.
For tickets, call (214) 930-5338

A reporter looking for a story as an entre into journalism interviews a duo of homeless men. On the way to discovering herself as a writer, she discovers the meaning of home. This riveting story will make you laugh, cry, and think. A unique view into an often all too invisible culture.

It Happened One Night

Showing from  May 12th  through June 11th, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Sunday matinees May 28th, June 4th, and June 11th at 3:00PM
Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for seniors and students, and $5 for children under 10
For tickets, call (214) 930-5338

A young heiress on the run from her father . . . A tough reporter searching for a great story . . . Fate brought them together . . . Love couldn't tear them apart. This 1930's romantic comedy, originally starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert on the silver screen, has been beautifully adapted for the stage.

Behind the Cotton Curtain: Remembering Medgar Evers

Showing from March 24th through April 16th, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Sunday Matinees on April 9th and 16th at 3:00PM
Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students and seniors

"Behind the Cotton Curtain" is a look into the life and legacy of civil rights activist Medgar Evers, who, in 1954, became the first NAACP field secretary in Mississippi. Not one to showboat, Medgar lived the oppression and fought it from the inside out. He became the internal force that empowered national leaders to apply pressure from the outside in. These two pressures were the catalyst that set Mississippi burning and eventually brought down the Jim Crow system. As Martin Luther did not "get there with you” to the promised land of freedom, neither did Medgar, who was assassinated 54 years ago on June 12, 1963. People remember that Rosa sat down and Martin stood up, but Medgar did the day to day work of recording the violence and pushing the envelope while encouraging others to do the same. 

Our Town

Showing from January 27th through February 19th, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Sunday matinees on February 12th and 19th at 3:00PM
Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for Students and Seniors.

Our Town is a 1938 metatheatrical play. When it was first produced, it broke all theatrical rules, with few props and no scenery. It tells the universal story of human experience. Our town really is about your town and my town. You will find parts of yourself in many characters and will walk away with the desire to live life every minute. Edward Albee said, "It is probably the finest play ever written by an American."


Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge

Showing from November 25th through December 17th, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Sunday matinees on December 11th and 18th at 3:00PM
Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for Students and Seniors.

A year after his miraculous transformation, Ebenezer Scrooge is back to his old ways and is suing Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future for breaking and entering, kidnapping, slander, pain and suffering, attempted murder and the intentional infliction of emotional distress. The ghosts employ Solomon Rothschild, England's most charismatic, savvy, and clever barrister. Scrooge, that old penny pincher, represents himself. One by one, Bob Cratchit, Scrooge's nephew Fred, solicitor and philanthropist Sara Anne Wainwright, and the ghosts themselves take the witness stand to give their account of the night in question.