directed by Donna Weeks
This delightful, enchanting sequel to Anne of Green Gables continues the adventures of one of literature's most enduring characters, Anne Shirley. From her first days as a young teacher to her departure for Redmond College, we are reacquainted with such old friends as Diana Barry and Gilbert Blythe. We also meet Anne's lively, but (usually) lovable, high-spirited students. Rejoin Anne and friends in this heart-warming play for the whole family.
directed by Gary Clark
That's right, the same throw-back to the 1940's, that left foot in the gumshoe Harry Monday is on the job. He's posing as a golf-playing psychiatrist at the Shady Meadows Country Club, "A place where old polyester goes to die", says Harry, after the club members start dropping like divots on the duffer's course. A moonchild, a prima donna, a long lost twin and more are all dropping red herrings in their wake.
directed by Paul Workman
To commemorate the centennial of the sinking of the Titanic, we present this dramatization of the event. With the exception of the four main characters, all of the lines spoken in the play are factual, based on our current understanding. Based on the transcripts of the Senate hearings, the story is told through the eyes of Bruce Ismay who is at the end of his life.
directed by Bryan Woods
From the author of Same Time Next Year, Tribute and Romantic Comedy, comes this endearing family tale full of hope and humor. Studies have concluded that moving is one of the most traumatic events in life. The play covers the journey that eleven characters, drawn together by the life changing experiences, go through in one day that alters all their lives. Touching, insightful and filled with wonderful humor.
directed by Tom Morrow
The 39 Steps features over 150 zany characters (played by a ridiculously small cast of 4). A man with a boring life meets a woman with a thick accent who says she's a spy. When he takes her home, she is murdered. Soon, a mysterious organization called "The 39 Steps" is hot on the man's trail in a nationwide manhunt that climaxes in a death-defying finale! A riotous blend of virtuoso performances and wildly inventive stagecraft.
directed by John Weigandt
Hilda dreams of faraway places and only finds tedium in running the Holly Railway Station. That is, until Leo Tannenbaum drops in out of nowhere the day before Christmas Eve. This nostalgic theatrical greeting card is full of eccentric small town characters, wise-cracking their way to finding the true wonder of Christmas. And on the way they make us all wish we could take a ride on The Christmas Express.
Playcrafters Barn Theatre
PO Box 926, Moline, IL 61266-0926
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