Directed by: Patrick Ciamacco

Musical Direction by: Jordan Cooper

The Texas Chainsaw Musical! is the coming of age story about a handsome serial killer, his overly affectionate Momma, the woman he loves, and the pantywaist runt that ruins everything. It is a comedy/horror play very loosely based on the true story of Ed Gein, the inspiration behind Psycho, while having nothing to do with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.  It is an adult rock musical loosely set in the 1970’s. 

 

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Directed by: Patrick Ciamacco

Hope slams headlong into a wall of tragic bad luck in this tale of migrant workers in Depression-era California. A seemingly impossible American Dream fuels sadness, yet the depth of tragedy is balanced by joy and friendship, hope and aspiration. In George and Lenny, we have one of literature’s most memorable friendships. As relevant now as it ever was, Steinbeck’s play follows his novel closely. An intimate portrait of two men facing a world marked by petty tyranny, misunderstanding, jealousy, and callousness, Of Mice and Men explores questions of strength, weakness, usefulness, reality and utopia in Depression-Era California.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Directed by: Marc Moritz

Set in Chicago at Christmastime, the entire set is one quarter of the hood of a yellow cab with its front and back seats and steering wheel. Placed appropriately on the windowless windshield is an orange parking ticket. Hellcab is 70 minutes of vignettes based on real life events. The play is a study about modern city life and the people we meet for a brief moment but who touch us long afterwards. Six actors play approximately 25 roles, while the seventh actor, the cabbie, is the guiding character for the audience. Each vignette is brief, lasting as long as some real life cab rides. 

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Directed by: Patrick Ciamacco

 Next Fall, takes a witty and provocative look at faith, commitment and unconditional love.  Adam and Luke seem like a case of opposites attract – Adam is older, neurotic and an atheist; Luke is impulsive, a struggling actor and a devout Christian. After Luke is involved in a critical accident, family and friends descend upon the couple and these longtime differences collide, forcing opposing views on faith and family into a stand-off. As timely as it is touching, this must-see play exposes the fundamental truth that we love people both because of – and in spite of – who they are.

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Directed by: Patrick Ciamacco

Music Direction by: Lawrence Wallace

Choreography by: Nicci Cassara

The show is the coming-of-age story of an all-American small-town sweetheart named Debbie Benton. Debbie is captain of her high-school cheerleading team, but she dreams of making it to the big time by becoming a Texas Cowgirl Cheerleader. The only thing that stands between her and the realization of her dream is bus fare to the big city: Dallas. Debbie enlists her teammates, Lisa, Roberta, Donna and Tammy. The girls form a company called Teen Services and get jobs, but they quickly realize minimum-wage jobs just don't pay enough. Luckily, Debbie's boss, Mr. Greenfelt, has an idea how the girls can raise enough money in time. A ridiculous parody based on the 1978 pornographic film Debbie Does Dallas. However, unlike the original movie, the musical does not contain any actual sex or nudity.

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