2014-2015 Season Passes:
Season Tickets can be purchased online, by phone, or at the box office. Any student or senior passes must be purchased on the phone or at the box office. It may be required to provide proof of student or senior standing.
Big by John Weidman, A NOVA Youth Conservatory Production August 14-24, Roebling Theater
Adult struggles emerge as a boy finds himself to have grown up overnight after being granted a wish by a carnival machine.
“A must see for young and old alike.”- New York Times
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang
September 12-27, Roebling Theater
Winner of the 2013 Tony Award for Best Play! Chekhov meets comedy in a crazy whirlwind of characters and hilarity.
“Strongest comedy Broadway has to offer.” The Bottom Line
Vanya – Jim McRae
Sonia – Dina Brophy
Masha – Rebecca Spring
Spike – Chris Decker
Cassandra – Lisa Halpin
Nina – Lauren Lane
The Boy at the Edge of Everything by Finegan Kruckemeyer, A NOVA Youth Conservatory Production
October 3-12, Black Box Theater
Take a trip on an intergalactic journey through space and time– a quirky and fun play that exudes a young boy’s imagination and adventure.
“A canny, witty way of reflecting on worlds unknown”- The Seattle Times
DON’T FORGET AUDITIONS TONIGHT & TOMORROW @ 6 PM!!!
Boy at the Edge of Everything by Finnegan Kruckemeyer
Directed by Dan Nickerson
Monday August 18th & Tuesday August 19th @ 6pm
Grades 6-12 are welcome to audition in the Roebling Theater
Cast includes 3 female/4 male
Remember to bring a short 1-minute monologue and be ready to move and answer questions. Don’t miss out on a chance to be a part of a truly great, imaginative and brand new script.
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee by William Finn
October 10-25, Roebling Theater
A hit musical about six kids (played by young adults) vying for the coveted spelling bee championship. Quirky and fun!
“This loony lollipop of a musical presents a divinely flakey nerd’s-eye view of life, with the thesis that a guy can catch cooties and still catch a break with the ladies.” Washington Post
La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi
October 30 (student performance), November 1, Alberta Bair Theater
Violetta Valéry, La Traviata’s “fallen woman” may be the most heart-wrenching character in all of opera: a high-spirited but deceptively delicate woman who unexpectedly finds, and then selflessly gives up, the love of her brief life. Rousing, soaring, heartbreaking melodies so familiar you will need to restrain yourself from humming along. Sung in the original Italian.
Mauritius by Teresa Rebeck
November 7-22, Black Box Theater
THE RANKIN FILE PRODUCTION
Intrigue abounds as sisters discover they are in possession of rare stamps. Danger awaits them as the discovery becomes known by seedy collectors.
“A taut, twisty little thriller….” Seattle Times
It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry
December 5-20, Roebling Theater
It’s A Wonderful Life sparkles as a radio show. The audience sees and hears this American Holiday Classic come to life as actors bounce from character to character and sound effect to sound effect.
“A fresh and inventive way of reconnecting with a classic story of love and redemption.” Chicago Times
Amahl and the Night Visitors by Gian Carlo Menotti
January 9-11, 2015
Amahl and the Night Visitors is an endearing opera tale of a crippled boy whose life changes forever after seeing an amazing star.
“Menotti’s enduring hit.”- The Los Angeles Times
Twelfth Night, or What You Will by William Shakespeare
January 16-31, Black Box Theater
Shakespeare’s comedy of gender confusion, in which a girl disguises herself as a man to be near the Count she adores, only to be pursued by the woman he loves.
“If music be the food of love, play on!” William Shakespeare
Susannah by Carlisle Floyd
February 6, 8, 13, 15, 2015
Chaos ensues after a group of church elders find a beautiful young woman bathing nude in a local stream, only to find them hiding their own desire for her in this tale of passion and deceit.
“Unabashedly neo-romantic”- New York Times
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis, dramatized by Adrian Mitchell, A NOVA Youth Conservatory Production
February 27-March 1, March 6-8, 2015
Young Peter, Edmund, Susan and Lucy discover a mystical land called Narnia where an evil witch has reigned for many years. Join their conquest in conquering evil to restore the land’s once happy state.
“A high-quality presentation of one of the great pieces of children’s literature” –
Communicating Doors by Alan Ayckbourn
March 20 – April 4, 2015, Roebling Theater
Murder and time travel all in one small hotel suite. A funny and thrilling combination of science-fiction and film noir.
“Time Warp Thriller” The Guardian
Dinosaurs Before Dark by Mary Pope Osborne, A NOVA Youth Conservatory Production
April 17-26, 2015, Roebling Theater
A wild adventure begins when two friends find themselves living inside a book where dinosaurs and ancient creatures rule the earth.
A Little Night Music by Stephen Sondheim
May 15-30, 2015, Roebling Theater
Romance and newly awakened passions abound in this beautiful musical. Lovely waltz rhythms glide the charm and wit of this Tony award winning gem. Featuring the hit song, “Send In The Clowns.”
“A Little Night Music is a sumptuous musical celebration of love.” Theatre in Chicago