Current Audition – Little Shop of Horrors
Monday & Wednesday, April 11 & 13, 2016
Beginning at 6:30 pm in the Corning Auditorium
Disney's Little Mermaid Jr.
Feb. 12 – Feb. 28 • Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays Sorry, ALL performances are SOLD OUT!
- Fridays @ 7:30 pm
- Saturdays & Sundays @ 2:00 pm
$15 seniors & students 11 yrs. & up
$10 children 10 yrs. & under
The musical adaptation of Disney's 1989 film about a curious mermaid who falls for a handsome human and agrees to a dangerous bargain with a powerful sea witch.
- Music by Alan Menken
- Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Glenn Slater
- Book by Doug Wright
- Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story and the Disney Film
- Music Adapted and Arranged by David Weinstein
- Directed by David Malinowski
Presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York
20th Annual One Act Festival
Apr. 8 – Apr. 23 • Fridays & Saturdays @ 7:30 pm
$20 all tickets; reserved seating
Ann Hedger brings back original, never-before-produced one acts for this 20th anniversary celebration. Always filled with a unique balance of funny, dramatic and brilliant work, this Lake County tradition continues.
2015-2015 One Act Festival
20th Annual One Act Festival - The Originals
Me and My Shadow
by Ron Burch (Los Angeles, California)
Ron's shadow is bored by Ron and wants to find a new person to shadow.
by John Busser (Parma, Ohio)
Getting the job in the future might require being scanned for more than drug use.
by Nicole Castillo (Edmond, Oklahoma)
Two married superheroes come to grips with who is the better superhero.
by Steve Emily (Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Celebrating a co-worker's birthday at the office is stalled by news of what happened to the temp.
by Philip W. Hall (Longboat Key, Florida)
Heads or tails? Two guys discuss the absurdity of life after marriage.
The First Yes
by Jacob Juntunen (Carbondale, Illinois)
A woman shares loving memories of her too short journey with her husband.
by David Lewison (Los Angeles, California)
In the future, loneliness and love may come together with unexpected results.
by Connie Schindewolf (Bradenton, Florida)
Three generations of women write to each other regarding the upcoming holidays and the importance of tradition.
Kids These Days
by Matthew Tawney (Lowell, Michigan)
A family has lunch together to figure out how to deal with their son's….condition.
by J. Weintraub (Chicago, Illinois)
Two truckers trying to make a deadline hit an animal…or something.
Liable to Act
by Terry Riley (Santa Fe, New Mexico)
Performance Liability. What is it and why can't we just finish performing the darn play.
- Directed by Ann Hedger