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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."

For tickets, call (214) 930-5338

"Mother, Middle America, and Men"

Showing from November 27th through December 19th, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Saturday matinee December 5th at 3:00PM

"The Wells family really wants to be together for Christmas. Idealistic Amy is home from college, former thespian, Grandpa, is full of spunk and ready to entertain. Kimmie is on the roof of the tree house communning with the birds as a hot letter from her principal rests in her backpack. Dad is desperately trying to make it home from across the nation, limping along from one obscure town to another experiencing slice after slice of quirky Americana and. . .what’s going on with mom?"

"It Happened One Night"

Showing from March 26th through April 18th, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Saturday matinee April 11th at 3:00PM

In this 1930’s romantic comedy a spoiled heiress media-darling, running away from her father, is helped by a handsome man, who is actually a reporter out for a story.

"Fire at the Cocoanut Grove 1942"

Showing from November 28th through December 20th, Thursday through Saturday
Thursday shows are at 7:30PM. Friday and Saturday shows are at 8:00PM.
Saturday matinee December 13th 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.

"Two Rooms"

Showing from October 2nd through October 25th, Thursday through Saturday
Thursday "pay what you can" preview 
October 2nd at 8:00PM
Saturday matinee October 18th at 3:00PM

Two Rooms by Lee Blessing is a play that takes place in, as the title suggests, two rooms. One is a cell in Lebanon where Michael Wells is being held hostage by terrorists. The other is his office in his home in Washington D.C. where his wife Lanie waits for his return. The play deals with the subjects of terrorism and the government, the media, and the love of a husband and wife.