Live Entertainment in an Intimate Victorian Theater
Based on a play by Michelle L. Vacca
Adapted by Tom Marks
Music & Lyrics by Margaret James
It's Christmas time and the Sheldon Family is getting ready for the big holiday. Young Virginia is the most excited of the children even though she's teased about her firm belief in Santa Claus by her older sister and brother. But then there's the eminent visit of Great Aunt Winifred! She's a damper to any holiday, but especially Christmas. When father is inspired to write a special story for young Virginia, could some Christmas Magic be on the way?
Written by Jack Pachuta
Directed by Tom Marks
hosted by The Brumder Mansion and Milwaukee Public Television.
One Night Only ... an Official PBS Fundraising Event
“The Gin Game”
by Donald L. Coburn
This Pulitzer prize winning play uses a card game as a metaphor for life and living. Weller Martin plays solitaire on the porch of a seedy nursing home, where he meets Fonsia Dorsey, a prim, self righteous lady. Soon they discover their mutual dislike for the home and enjoy gin rummy — so they begin to play and to reveal intimate details of their lives to each other.
Conceived by Jack Bronis
Flanagan’s Wake is the hilarious interactive Irish wake that transports you to Graplin, County Sligo, Ireland, where you join the villagers in the telling of tales, singing of songs, and mourn the passing of one of your own: Flanagan.
Coming April/May 2017
by Yasmina Reza
This dark comedy raises questions about art and friendship and concerns and the varying opinions of long-time friends, Serge, Marc, and Yvan. One of the men, indulging his penchant for modern art, buys a large, expensive, completely white painting. The reactions of his friends to his purchase creates tension in their friendship. For one friend, Serge's purchase of the painting is a cruel joke.
Coming June 2017
“The Secret of Sherlock Holmes”
by Jeremy Paul
The Secret of Sherlock Holmes is a tribute to the remarkable friendship of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. Divided into two Acts, it chronicles their friendship from the time of their first meeting in A Study in Scarlet, to Holmes's faked death in "The Final Problem" in Act I. Act II explores the strain on their relationship as a result of Holmes's deception, finally culminating in the revelation of the renowned detective's shocking secret.
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