THE MEL BROOKS MUSICAL:
Book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan
Music by Mel Brooks
Directed by Kevin Barnes
MAY 7, 8, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 2021
From the creators of the Broadway sensation, The Producers, comes this monster musical comedy. Mel Brooks, adapts his legendarily funny film into a hilarious stage creation. Young Frankenstein has all the panache of the screen sensation with extra theatrical flair.
* Please Note: For mature audiences, with a sense of humor!
By Heidi Schreck
Directed by Dorothy Luongo
March 13 & 14, 2021
Having dedicated her life to religious service, Shelley runs a Bronx soup kitchen with unsentimental efficiency, but lately her heart’s not quite in it. Her brisk nature masks an unsettling fear that her efforts are meaningless.
By Stephen Massicotte
Directed by Christine Crawfis
Postponed Dec 2021
A love story set against the backdrop of World War I, Mary’s Wedding is an epic, unforgettable story of love, hope, and survival, a moving memorial to both the Great War and great love.
SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE
By George M. Cohan
Based on the novel by Earl Derr Biggers
Directed by Kit Colbourn
Postponed Feb 2022
One of the most successful plays of the early 20th century, George M. Cohan created a new style of play which baffled and delighted audiences when Seven Keys to Baldpate opened in 1913: a melodrama crossed with a farce tied up in a mystery. The play tells the story of a novelist, William Magee, who locks himself away in a snowbound hotel for 24 hours in an effort to win a bet with the hotel’s owner that he cannot write an entire novel during his short stay. The owner assures Magee that he has the only key, but Magee will discover over the course of the evening that there are several other keys, all in the possession of a collection of quirky, crazed characters involved in an increasingly bizarre scheme to steal millions.
By Arthur Miller
Directed by James Steinmeyer
Postponed November 2021
A play about the price of furniture. In the attic of a Manhattan brownstone, filled with sheet-draped furniture, piles of books, rolled up carpets, and an old Victrola, the lives of four people converge on one late afternoon and all are changed by the encounter. One of the most personal plays by the consummate voice of the American everyman, Arthur Miller’s The Price is a riveting story about the struggle to make peace with the past and create hope for the future.