- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (November): Who wouldn’t want to join Charlie Bucket in his adventurous tour of Willy Wonka’s world-famous Chocolate Factory? The delicious fun awaits you!
- The Magic Flute (February): Follow Prince Tamino in this hilarious tale as he travels to the castle of the evil Sarastro to save the princess Pamina. Along his magical journey he meets a wild cast of characters including Papageno, the three muses, and the fabled Queen of the Night. Armed with a magic flute, Tamino is ready to take on Sarastro. Once inside the castle, our prince and his friends face monsters, magic, and a test to free his beloved Pamina. Based on the opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
- The Princess and the Goblin (April): Unknown to the court, a band of goblins is digging a tunnel beneath the palace, and one night three grotesque creatures break into Princess Irene’s room—the vicious Goblin Queen, the meek Goblin King, and their ugly, stupid son, Harley. The Goblins live in the caves and mines of the Great Mountain, banished there by the Sun People genera ons ago. To get revenge, the Goblins have vowed to kidnap Princess Irene—and Harley plans to marry her. Among those who try to help Irene are Curdie, a miner’s son, and Irene’s great-great-grandmother—who died many years ago.
This production has been cancelled, due to unforeseen
- A Midsummer Night's Dream (July/August): Several love stories meet and intertwine on a summer night in the realm of the fairies, which include mistaken iden es, a donkey, and a play- within-a-play. But was it all a dream? One of William Shakespeare’s well loved comedies.