Another Openin', Another Show!  Theater holds a mirror up to society, reveals its strengths, weaknesses and contradictions, and is at its best when it tries to resolve them.  The CENTER has chosen to focus this year on the ways 20th century American theater addresses these forces. 

Starting our year with a musical based on one of American's greatest comic strips, You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is perfect for the whole family to relive Charles Schulz's timeless and ageless tales.  Following, four Pulitzer Prize winning pieces - Our Town, How I Learned to Drive, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and probably the greatest asset to American theatre, Eugene O'Neil's tragic Long Days Journey Into Night.  Concerts by Castaway Players, a dance concert by Vibe Studios, and a showstopper of a musical - Cole Porter's Kiss Me Kate, rounds out the first half of our season.

The CENTER hopes you enjoy - and reflect upon the issues in - this year’s choices.  And stay tuned to hear what the rest of the season holds!


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