2022-23 Season Announcement

October 20-28, 2022
Fuddy Meers
By David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by Jeff Aguiar

When you don’t know who you are, who do you trust? Claire wakes up every morning with no memory of herself, her doting husband or her perpetually-stoned son. But one day, a deranged man appears from underneath her bed, promising to tell her the truth about her life – and how she REALLY lost her memory.  What follows is a wild road trip involving long-lost relatives, oddball characters, painful secrets, and a foul-mouthed puppet. Join Claire on her journey to unravel the mystery of her life, in a funhouse world where nothing is as it seems.Come see this poignant and brutal comedy that launched the career of Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Lindsay-Abaire. 

February 2023
Present Laughter
By Noel Coward
Directed by Nadia Bodie-Smith

Garry Essendine, world renowned actor, prepares for a theatrical tour to Africa to distract himself from impending middle age. But his romantic and business intrigues – and those of his quirky entourage – threaten to take the spotlight. Snappy dialog, over-the-top characters, and surprise revelations abound in this classic play by Noel Coward, reimagined with a diverse cast and set amid the heyday of the black theater movement of the 1940s. 

April-May 2023
The Tempest
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Rachel Klem

Shipwrecks, phantasms and romance collide in William Shakespeare’s magical comedy, The Tempest. Exiled magician Prospero and his young daughter Miranda have resided on a desert island for many years with nothing but airy spirits and monsters for company. When a ship crashes on their shore, magic and mayhem ensue, along with revelations of long hidden truths.  Join us on this fantastical journey, playing at several outdoor locations throughout the Triangle. Suitable for audiences of all ages. 

July 2023
The Unsanctioned Minutes from Saint Lucy’s Quaternitarian Church Council’s Last Meeting 
By Ken Walsh
Directed by Mia Peters

A prank or a supernatural event? When the statue of their patron Saint Lucy disappears from the tabernacle, it’s up to the ladies of the church council to solve the mystery. New president Ellie has her hands full keeping newsletter editor Rita from panicking the congregation, former president Violet from taking over, and Gen-Z secretary Katey from her cell phone and boyfriend. And how will the handsome new reverend manage to keep his cool? A fun and heartwarming slice of southern church life, kicking off our first full production of works by local playwrights.