The Nerd

When a socially awkward nerd moves in with the man he saved in Vietnam, things get quickly out of hand. When he refuses to leave, they get hilarious in this oddball comedy by Larry Shue. Performances March 31, April 1, 7, 8.



It’s a hard-knock life as Little Orphan Annie, her friends at the orphanage, and all the residents of Hoovervilles struggle during The Great Depression. But with a little help from Daddy Warbucks and FDR, the sun’ll come out tomorrow in this beloved classic. Featuring favorites like “NYC,” “Easy Street,” and of course, “Tomorrow,” Annie is a treat for all ages. Performances July 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23.



Schoolhouse Rock Live!

Return to the glory days of Saturday morning television, when young minds were educated on math, science, parts of speech, and American history with catchy, three-minute songs between cartoons. This fantastic revue and revival features all-time favorites like “Conjunction Junction,” “Interplanet Janet,” and “Three Is a Magic Number.” Performances October 13, 14, 20, 21.



The 1940’s Radio Hour

It’s December 1942, and the crew of Station WOV has gathered for one final recording for the troops overseas. But it won’t be easy with a stressed-out producer, a drunken lead singer, a backup singer who dreams of soloing, and a delivery boy angling for a chance in front of the mic. Featuring period classics like “Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy,” “That Old Black Magic,” and “Ain’t She Sweet.” Performances December 1, 2, 8, 9.