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2021 Season 

Plans for the 2021 Season

Cabaret Fundraiser | May, 7, 2021 – Give Local York

West Side Story, School Edition | Auditions: April 19 & 20 | Shows: June 18-27 | On the Main Stage

Company | Auditions: June 29 & 30 | Shows: August 20-22 | On the Main Stage

Shrek the Musical | Tentatively in October | On the Main Stage

Next Fall | Tentatively in November | In the Studio

A Christmas Carol | Tentatively in December | On the Main Stage

In 2020, we opted to cancel our remaining shows, one by one, due to COVID-19. Many of these productions are pushed into our 2021 season. Take a look at our current plans for 2021. Dates to come!

Company
Directed by Rob Yacoviello
Over a series of dinner parties, first dates, and thoughtful conversations, Robert attempts to understand the pros and cons of marriage from his diverse and frequently hilarious friends, and begins to make sense of his own persistent bachelorhood. Company, Stephen Sondheim’s groundbreaking modern musical, is a mature, intelligent, and wildly funny look at relationships, vulnerability, and “being alive.”

Shrek the Musical
Directed by Andrea Unger
Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film, Shrek The Musical is a Tony Award-winning fairy tale adventure. Once upon a time, there was a little ogre named Shrek….” And thus begins the tale of an unlikely hero who finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking Donkey and a feisty princess who resists her rescue.

Next Fall
Directed by Jaci Keagy
While the play’s central story focuses on the five-year relationship between Adam and Luke, Next Fall goes beyond a typical love story. This timely and compelling new American play forces us all to examine what it means to “believe” and what it might cost us not to.

A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol is the tale of our favorite holiday miser, Scrooge, who is visited by four spirits, including his old business partner Jacob Marley and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future. Through a series of visits to Scrooge’s youth, to the Fezziwig’s office party, and finally to a future vision of his lonesome dark grave if Scrooge continues his ways, the ghosts show Scrooge the way to embrace the holidays and generosity.