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Adapted by Philip Grecian. Based on the novel by Bram Stoker

Directed by Betsy Raymond

Auditions: Sept 16 to 20

Rehearsals: Sept 26 to Oct 18

Performances: Oct 11 (Preview), Oct 19

In Dracula! Dr. Jack Seward opens a sanitorium in a portion of an old abbey in 1888. Soon after he arrives, a strange illness takes hold of several of his patients, and even his beloved fiance, Lucy. Dr. Seward sends for his old professor, Abraham Van Helsing to see if Dr. Van Helsing can assist with the increasingly alarming condition of these patients. Meanwhile, the rest of the abbey has been purchased by a dark and eccentric neighbor who has a tendency to show up when he is least expected...

WINTER SHOW: The K of D: an urban legend

By Laura Schellhardt

Directed by Maddy Ryen

Auditions: Sept 16 to 20

Rehearsals: Nov 4 to Jan 3

Performances: January 3, 4, 5 and 10, 11, 12

Set in small-town Ohio one hot, sticky summer "K of D" revolves around a local boy’s death and a mysterious gift he may (or may not) have imparted to his twin sister with a dying kiss. Part ghost story, part urban legend The K of D slips between the psychological and the supernatural to explore grief, revenge and the healing power of storytelling.

SPRING SHOW: The Tempest

By William Shakespeare

Auditions: March

Rehearsals: April and May

Performances: May 23 to 26 at 7:30 P.M.

This Memorial Day Weekend, join us outdoors at the Davis Art Center for our traditional free comedy in the park! Shakespeare’s classic comedy brings together magic, romance, and political intrigue on an enchanted and dangerous island. For twelve years Prospero, a powerful magician and former Duke of Milan has been plotting revenge against the usurpers of his throne. Finally a ship bearing his enemies appears on the horizon. Prospero causes a great tempest, the ship runs aground and those aboard find themselves forced to examine themselves and their actions in order to stay alive.

SUMMER SHOW (tentative): The Rememberer

By Steven Dietz

Auditions: June

Rehearsals: June/July

Performances: August 1, 2, 3 and 7, 8, 9, 10

The Rememberer tells the true story of a young Native American girl, who is forcibly taken from her home and placed in a government-run school in 1911. As the chosen "rememberer" for her tribe it is her duty to pass on the stories, history and wisdom of her people. However, the aims of the white boarding school are quite different. This is the story of one woman’s journey through two worlds and the way she learns to weave them together