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67th Season: 2017 – 2018

“What I Did For Love” Season

Stories of Passion and Devotion


Rated PG-13

August 30 – September 24, 2017

Music by Marvin Hamlisch, Lyrics by Edward Kleban, Book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante.

Directed by: Dennis Beasley

Musical Direction: Jim Coleman


The show chronicles an unusually personal audition for the dancing chorus of an unnamed Broadway musical. A Chorus Line took home numerous Awards including the 1976 Tony for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The original Broadway production ran for 6,137 performances, becoming the longest-running production in Broadway history until it was surpassed by Cats in 1997. It remains the sixth longest-running Broadway show ever.


Rated PG

Nov 15th – Dec 10th, 2017

Music and Lyrics by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, Book by Catherine Johnson

Directed by: Jim Coleman



SCT is the first amateur group in our area given the rights to produce this wildly popular musical based around the music of ABBA! The play tells the story of a young girl who is looking for her birth father to come to her wedding on a Greek Island. Filled with high-spirited music and energetic dancing, Mamma Mia is sure to make audiences young and old stand-up and cheer.


You Can't Take It With You by Moss Hart George S. Kaufman

Rated PG

Jan 17-Feb 4, 2018

By George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart

Directed by Rob Salas



Martin Vanderhof, mostly referred to as Grandpa, is the patriarch of three generations of a slightly bonkers New York City family all living together under the same roof. Hilarity ensues when his granddaughter invites her fiancee’s uptight family over for dinner. The dinner guests also include a Russian ballet instructor, an alcoholic actress, and a delivery man who came into the house 8 years before and never left. You Can’t Take It With You premiered on Broadway in 1936 and won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.


Dead Man's Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl

Rated PG-13

April 25-May 13, 2018

By Sarah Ruhl

Directed by: Dennis Beasley



Dead Man’s Cell phone follows Jean whose life is altered forever just because she answers a stranger’s cell phone. Jean insinuates herself into the lives of all who are associated with the man who owns the cell phone because of her need to connect to others in a technology obsessed world. In its review of the original production, Variety said, “Ruhl’s zany probe of the razor-thin line between life and death delivers a fresh and humorous look at the times we live in.”


Rated PG-13

June 13-July 8, 2018

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Book by George Furth

Directed by: Jim Coleman



Bobby is unmarried and turning 35. On the night of his birthday, he reflects on the reasons why he has chosen to remain a bachelor and examines the benefits and pitfalls of the marriages of his friends. Premiering in 1970, Company truly was a groundbreaking musical and it remains as relevant and as entertaining as the day it opened. With Sondheim’s brilliant music and lyrics, the show runs the gamut from the hysterical to the sublime. The original production won 7 Tony Awards (including Best Musical) and has been revived over and over again on Broadway and around the country.