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The Miss Firecracker Contest   Sept. 13 - Oct. 14, 2018
Ken Ludwig's A Comedy of Tenors    |  Nov. 15 - Dec. 23, 2018
The Last Five Years   |   Jan. 24 - March 3, 2019
Popcorn Falls   |   March 28 - May 5
Funnyman   |   May 30 - June 30, 2019
Anatomy of a Hug   |   July 25 - Aug. 25, 2019



Every Fourth of July in the small town
of Brookhaven, Mississippi someone is crowned Miss Firecracker and Carnelle Scott is determined to win. Known throughout town as ‘Miss Hot Tamale,’ she’s out to change everyone’s perception of her so she can leave town in a blaze of glory. Together with her quirky friend Popeye and erratic duo of cousins, Elain and Delmount, she braves the odds to prove the world wrong.

The Miss Firecracker Contest is an American classic filled with heart and hilarity that will have you rooting for the underdog.


“The Miss Firecracker Contest” is an amusing satirical take on the politics of beauty contests in general. In this social climate, that’s something that should be applauded.

-Nate Adams,

It’s like your favorite Southern relatives come for a visit. You’ll chuckle and belly-laugh your way through their stories. But listen closely, and you begin to see that each of those amusing relatives are tilted just a bit off their axis.

-Amy J. Parrent,

Cochrane invites us to sympathize with, and feel affection for, these somewhat cartoonish figures while also heartily laughing at their absurd foibles.

Jenn McKee, A2 Arts Addict


by Beth Henley

Sept. 13 –
Oct. 14, 2018


John Bebes


Directed by
Dani Cochrane*

Kryssy Becker
Maggie Meyer*
Hallie Bee Bard
Patrick Loos
Aaron Kirby*
Shauna Hitchcock

*Member of the Actors' Equity Association


by Ken Ludwig

Nov. 15 -
Dec. 23, 2018

Directed by
Angie Kane Ferrante*

Assistant Directed by
Mary Conley

Melynee Saunders Warren*
Nick Yocum
Richard Marlatt*
Sarab Kamoo*
Hope Shangle
Joe Zarrow
Dave Davies

*Members of the Actors' Equity Association


There are three hours until the curtain opens on the musical event of the decade and Tito Merelli is not ready to perform. His singing partners cancelled, his daughter is growing up too fast, and the food spread in his five-star hotel is all wrong. It’s a race against the clock to sort out his personal issues but they just seem to be getting more complicated! A sequel to Lend Me A Tenor, this non-stop barrage of hilarity sets out to remind us all that family is really what’s important.

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Photo by Steve Fecht. Pictures from left to right: Sarab Kamoo, Richard Marlatt, Melynee Saunders Warren, Nick Yocum, Hope Shangle, Dave Davies, and Joe Zarrow.


written and composed by
Jason Robert Brown

Jan. 24 -
March 3, 2019

Directed by
Matt Foss

Angie Kane Ferrante*
Nick Yocum


Relationships are never simple - and these two can prove it. Jamie, an emerging novelist, and Cathy, an aspiring actress, share their perspectives on the highs and lows of their love story. Starting at opposite ends of the relationship, this stirring musical weaves together an intimate look at their time together. 

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Dec. 14 - Premier & Member Donors
Dec. 18 - Friend Donors and Online SeasonPASS Reservations
Dec. 19 - SeasonPASS Holders & General Public




A co-production with Williamston Theatre.

The citizens of Popcorn Falls, better known as kernels, are in danger of having their town turned into a waste management site and theatre is the only way to save it! With only a week to work with, the Mayor of Popcorn Falls must bring the city together to put on the performance of a lifetime. 15 characters. 2 actors. 1 town. Popcorn Falls is the high stakes rollercoaster of a performance you’ve never seen before. 

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Feb. 14 - Producer Donors
Feb. 15 - Premier & Member Donors
Feb. 19 - Friend Donors and Online SeasonPASS Reservations
Feb. 20 - SeasonPASS Holders & General Public



by James Hindman

March 28 -
May 5, 2019

Directed by
Dave Davies

John Seibert*
Patrick Loos


by Bruce Graham

May 30 -
June 30, 2019

Directed by
James R. Kuhl*

Wayne David Parker*
Brandy Joe Plambeck
Matthew Smith
Ryan Carlson*
John Lepard*
Lani Williams

*Members of the Actors' Equity Association


New York, 1959. Vaudeville is over, experimental plays are on the rise, and Chick Sherman, the king of funny, is becoming irrelevant. While his longtime agent focuses on booking him a new gig, his daughter Katharine starts working to make a connection to the famous father she never knew. Now being pushed into an unfamiliar role, this celebrity comic has to learn that not everything in life has to have a punchline.

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April 23 - Friend Donors and Online SeasonPASS Reservations
April 24 - SeasonPASS Holders & General Public




The one constant in Amelia’s life has always been TV. Growing up in different foster homes, it was a comfort to know she always had a makeshift family waiting for her on the screen. Now in her 30’s, Amelia continues to escape her daily life with the help of TV. When her estranged mother moves in, she is forced to make an actual human connection. Anatomy of a Hug is a touching story of finding a way to forgive, even when it seems impossible.

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June 12 - Cady Club Donors
June 13 - Producer Donors
June 14 - Premier & Member Donors
June 18 - Friend Donors and Online SeasonPASS Reservations
June 19 - SeasonPASS Holders & General Public




by Kat Ramsburg

July 25 -
Aug. 25, 2019

Directed by
Beth Torrey

Dani Cochrane*
Tiffany Aisha King
Michael Lopetrone*
Sandra Birch*