Written by Robert Askins • Directed by Gaby Ostrove
After the death of his father, meek Jason finds an outlet for his anxiety at the Christian Puppet Ministry, in the devoutly religious, relatively quiet small town of Cypress, Texas. Jason’s complicated relationships with the town pastor, the school bully, the girl next door, and most especially his mother are thrown into upheaval when Jason’s puppet, Tyrone, takes on shocking and dangerously irreverent personality all its own. Hand to God explores the startlingly fragile nature of faith, morality, and the ties that bind us.
Friday, January 31st • 6-10pm
Saturday, February 1 • 10am-2pm
Sunday, February 2nd • 10am-2pm
March 6, 7, 13, 14 • 8pm
March 8, 15 • 5pm
One of the most iconic and best-known musicals, A Chorus Line follow seventeen dancers vying for eight coveted spots in the chorus line of a new show. As the director asks each dancer what brought them to the stage, the smiling, uniform line shifts to showcase each dancer’s story. Based on lives of actual Broadway chorus members, it asks the perennial questions of artists and performers: “Why do we do what we do? Why do we love what we do?” With music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban, and book by James Kirkwood Jr. and Nicholas Dante, and a winner of 9 Tony awards and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, A Chorus Line is a sure-to-thrill classic.
Friday, February 7 • 6-10pm
Saturday, February 8 • 2-6pm
Sunday, February 9th • 2-6pm
April 17, 18, 24, 25 • 8pm
April 19, 26 • 5pm