by Leslie Sands
Directed by Susan Monaghan
February 2-6 & 9-13, 2016
Nothing tickles the entertainment bone more than a well crafted whodunit and Cat’s Cradle has all the right ingredients. An unsolved kidnapping (murder?) occurred near or at the old coaching house in the remote English village of Waverton Magna. Detective Inspector Frost arrives on the scene determined to catch the killer who eluded him twelve years ago. He is not a welcome sight as nearly everyone in the village is a suspect. Can the world weary Inspector solve the mystery that has haunted him through his career? Can you?
by Neil Simon
Directed by Jim Clarke and Ron Gardner
March 22-26 & March 29-April 2, 2016
Felix Unger, the neat freak, has been kicked out of his house by his wife. Oscar Madison, the disorganized free spirit, is enjoying a bachelor’s life. Oscar feels sorry for his friend and reluctantly takes Felix in, but as their polar opposite personlities quickly clash and the arrangement becomes unmanageable, the friendship frays at the ends.
by Tim Firth
Directed by Tania Carrière
May 10-14 & May 17-21, 2016
This is a true story of a very ordinary group of women who spark an uproar with a very untraditional charity fundraiser to honour one of their husband’s fight with Leukemia. Dropping everything for a good cause, their modesty spared only by artfully placed cakes, knitting and flower arrangements, their calendar puzzles their husbands and mortifies their children, and sparks a global phenomenon. A story of courage, Calendar Girls is quirky, poignant and hilarious.