We are pleased to announce our 33rd season. Come play with us and experience our classics

Mr. Roberts

Directed by
Roy Barry

 

To be presented weekends January 21st through February 6th

This classic comedy is about the antics of the officers and crew on a Naval Supply ship during World War II in the South Pacific.

Death
of a
Salesman

directed by
Jonathan Wierzbicki

Running weekends March 3rd through March19th

Arthur Millerís classic lets us look into the life of Americaís everyman, Willy Loman. This fine work is as relevant today as it was when it premiered

Grapes of Wrath

directed by
Tony Adase

Presented weekends April 28th through May 14th

John Steinbeckís immortal tale of the Joad family is adapted for the stage. Forced off their land and out of their home during the depression, the family leaves for California. All they seek is work and a chance to retain their dignity and self-respect.

Argentina's hypnotic, charismatic and ambitious First Lady is the subject of this dynamic political thriller. Written years after the death of the bit actress who rose to prominence as mistress and wife to Argentine dictator Juan Peron and virtual saint to Argentina's shirtless ones," the musical is as gripping and suspenseful as tomorrow's headlines.

A collage of Eva Peron's rise to power and early death, the show is a glittering look at a woman loved by the poor and despised by the rich and powerful - a woman not above taking political matters into her own capable hands. An exciting, compelling musical about a fascinating woman who transcends her time."

Evita

Directed by
Richard Baker

Sponsored by
Ortho Dermatological

Performed weekends July 28th through August 20th

In 1968 Hair ROCKED the world. Itís happening again! Thirty years after it inspired audiences with its frank examination of war, peace and sexuality, this legendary rock musical will rock Neshanic.

Hair

Sponsored by
Petrock's Bar and Grille
and
Mazey, Reed and Brey Insurance 

    Directed by          
Nick Pelino, Jr.

Running weekends September 29th through October 22nd

For mature audiences only. Under 17 must be accompanied by an adult. Contains nudity.

 

The Man Who Came to Dinner

directed by
Walter Placzek

Sponsored by
Ortho Dermatological

Opening November 17th and running weekends through December 3rd

This zany comedy by Kaufman and Hart follows a sharp-tongued New York radio personality as he is forced to spend Christmas with a family in Ohio.

The December 3rd performance will be signed for the deaf and hearing impaired

 
 
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This program is made possible, in part, by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and administered by the Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission through the State/County Partnership Local Arts Program.

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