We are proud to announce our 35th season!

If you would like to download the 2012-2013 Season Brochure, please click on the link below:

Season Brochure


Show times are as follows for all productions:
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM
Sundays at 2:00 PM

Twinderella (Children’s Theatre)

September 14 – 23, 2012

Tickets on Sale September 1, 2012

Synopsis: We’ve all heard the story of Cinderella a thousand times, but we’ve never heard about Bob, her long lost twin brother! They both live in the same kingdom, but with different wicked stepfamilies. See what happens when the invitations arrive to attend a birthday ball for the Princess and a baseball game for the Prince. Twinderella is a hilarious send-up of ‘Cinderella’ that will delight actors and audiences with humor for all ages! Written by Charlie Lovett.


Adult Season

Red Velvet Cake War

November 2 – 18, 2012

Synopsis: In this riotously funny Southern-fried comedy, the three Verdeen cousins – Gaynelle, Peaches and Jimmie Wyvette – could not have picked a worse time to throw their family reunion. Their outrageous antics have delighted local gossips in the small town of Sweetgum and the eyes of Texas are upon them, as their self-righteous Aunt LaMerle is quick to point out. Unfortunately, they face an uphill battle as a parade of wildly eccentric Verdeens gathers on the hottest day of July, smack-dab in the middle of Texas tornado season. Things spin out of of control and a jaw-dropping wager is made on who bakes the best red velvet cake. Written by Jones Hope Wooten.


Dead to the Last Drop

January 11-27, 2013

This interactive murder mystery takes place in a coffeehouse and bookstore called “Cafe Caffeine.” The crazy cast of characters leads the audience through a maze of funny twists and turns. Opportunities for audience and cast interaction reach a peak when the audience is allowed to vote on the ending they want to hear! Written by Ken Jones.


Leaving Iowa

March 8-24, 2013

Synopsis: This play is based on being children of parents from the now dubbed “greatest generation,” and is a toast to their idealism and character, as well as to the dedication of the classic family road trip. We follow Don Browning as he travels across Iowa to finally take his father’s ashes to his childhood home and the cast of characters he meets along the way. Written by Tim Clue and Spike Manton.


Let’s Hang Him and Read the Will (Teen Theatre)

June 14-23, 2013

Synopsis: All is not well in the little burg of Beautyrest Springs. It’s most prominent – and hated – citizen did himself in. This riotous spoof is full of soap opera-isms and will keep you guessing until the last suspect you suspected is no longer a suspect. Written by Pat Cook.


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