March 25, 2020


Directed by Melanie Brown

TUT, TUT! is inspired by the life of “King Tut” (the 10-year old who became King of Egypt) with a touch of Mark Twain’s “The Prince and the Pauper”. The story begins with a young Prince Tut who is bored of the royal life, so he wanders into the streets of the city looking for adventure. Suddenly he meets a peasant who looks just like him! They concoct a plan to trade places for three days. But when the King dies and Prince Tut must ascend the throne, their plan goes terribly awry.


Royal Palace

Tut – Reese Colley
Maia – Brooke Fligel
Miss Senn – Abby Bowling
Aat – Sophia DiJulio


Kit – Holden Hill
Samia – Nayana Taylor
Ahit – Izzy Kelley

Street Urchins

Seti – Rhema Creel
Badru – Audrey Miller
Chuma – Mamie Nicholson
Dakari – Caroline Malone
Aziza – Madyson Peterson


Seneb – Jackson Wellls
Haji – Alyanna Wilder
Hapu – Emily Ratliff

The Market

Date Vendor – Chloe Clinard
Bread Vendor – Samuel Ratliff
Fish Vendor – Eva McGowan


Hittite Ambassador – Jackson Williams
Hittite Attendants 1 and 2 – Matthew Patkowski and Sam Washburn
Camel Vendor 1, 2 and 3 – Lydia Jordan, Michael Ratliff, Aubry Capps
Herald – Emma Sirico
Messenger – Jake Farias

Ensemble – Angelina Dong, Tristan Williams, Andrew Fligel, John Stuart Nicholson, Jude Nicholson, Campbell Guthrie, Bailey Owens, Brianna and Sydney Prickett


October 6 – 10

Directed by Lori McCormack

Catherine has inherited her late father’s mathematical brilliance, but she is haunted by the fear that she might also share his debilitating mental illness. She has spent years caring for her now-deceased father, and upon his death, she feels left alone to pick up the pieces of her life without him. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, David Auburn’s Proof is a passionate, intelligent story about fathers and daughters, the nature of genius, and the power of love.


Robert: Jerry McCreary
Catherine: Nicole Gamache
Claire: Rachel Perry
Hal: Jeremy Chandler  


November 10, 11, 12, and 13

Directed by Richard Trammell

Cheaper by the Dozen is a dramatization of Gilbreth’s book about an efficiency expert father who puts his twelve children on a strict household schedule.


Anne: Sarah Kirk
Ernestine: Jessica Connelly
Martha: Gabrielle Shields
Frank: Nick DiJulio
Bill: Ellis Royal
Lillian: Sophia DiJulio
Fred: Walker Kemp
Dan: Jackson Wells
Jackie: Barrett Reeves
Joe Scales: Evers Capps
Larry: Caleb Jefferson
Dr. Burton: Wilson Reeves
Mom: Camryn Chapman
Dad: Cade McGlynn
Mrs. Brill: Olivia Flaherty
Mrs. Fitzgerald: Moziarra Pendleton
Dog: Shadow Connelly


March 3, 4, 9, 10, and 11