Nominated for two Tony awards in 1968, The Price explores the humanity of two brothers who come from different moral dilemmas. In a soon-to-be demolished family house, the two brothers meet after many years to dispose of their dead parents' property. The resulting confrontation leads them to examine the events and qualities of their very different lives and the price that each of them had to pay.
APRIL 6 — MAY 13
PLAY ON! By Rick Abbot
It's three days before the opening night of Murder Most Foul and the biggest mystery is whether the cast can make it through even one rehearsal. But how can they do that when the set isn't done and the playwright keeps rewriting the script? A fast and funny backstage farce for the whole family.
JUNE 8 — JULY 15
WRITE ME A MURDER By Frederick Knott
From the author of Dial M for Murder and Wait Until Dark. Julie Sturrock, wife to the ruthless businessman Charle Sturrock, longs to write mysteries. She meets David Rodingham, a young writer whose home Sturrock has just bought. Together they dream up the perfect murder plot.
AUGUST 31 — OCTOBER 7
BARK! THE MUSICAL Music by David Troy Francis
Lyrics by Gavin Geoffrey Dillard, Robert Schrock and Mark Winkler
Additional Lyrics by Jonathan Heath and Danny Lukic
Book by Mark Winkler and Gavin Geoffrey Dillard
Spend the day at Deena's Doggie Day Care and see why BARK! became the third-longest-running show in L.A. theatre history. From the little puppy who yearns to bark like a real dog, to the opera-singing poodle and the street mutt who raps — this musical possesses the huge heart and playful joyfulness present in man's truest friends.
NOVEMBER 2 — DECEMBER 9
PARFUMERIE Adapted by E.P. Dowdall from the Hungarian play Illatszetar by Miklos Laszlo
The warm and gentle Christmas love story that inspired The Shop Around the Corner, She Loves Me and You've Got Mail. Feuding Perfumerie employees George Horvath and Amalia Balash have each fallen in love with their secret pen pal. What will happen on Christmas Eve when they discover their lover's true identity?