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In the heart of a small Louisiana town, within the walls of Truvy's beauty salon, the lives of six Southern women unfold in "Steel Magnolias," a play that masterfully blends humor with heartache. Shelby, a spirited young woman with a challenging health condition, makes a bold choice about her future, igniting a story that explores the depths of friendship and resilience. As they navigate through marriages, illnesses, and losses, these women - each with her own quirks and strengths - form an unbreakable bond, supporting each other with a mixture of sharp wit and profound compassion. Robert Harling's creation captures the essence of Southern life and the indomitable spirit of its women, revealing that beneath the fragility of magnolias lies the unyielding strength of steel, making for a narrative that's as uplifting as it is poignant.

Oct. 11, 12 at 7:30 PM
Oct. 13 at 2 PM
Oct. 18, 19 at 7:30 PM
Oct. 20 at 2 PM

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In the charming yet peculiar setting of a sanatorium, "The Curious Savage" by John Patrick delves into the life of Ethel P. Savage, a newly widowed heiress whose unconventional dream of using her immense fortune for the good of humanity has her conniving stepchildren questioning her sanity. As they plot to lay claim to her wealth by confining her among the sanatorium's eclectic residents- each grappling with their own quirks and benign delusions - Mrs. Savage embarks on a cunning quest to outsmart her greedy offspring. Surrounded by a new-found family of misfits who demonstrate genuine kindness and wisdom beneath their surface eccentricities, she devises a series of clever maneuvers to protect her legacy and champion the cause of compassion over materialism. With its sharp wit, heartfelt moments, and a cast of characters that are as endearingly odd as they are lovably flawed, "The Curious Savage" offers a humorous yet poignant critique of society's notions of sanity and the true value of wealth, making it a timeless comedy that warms the heart and stirs the mind.


Jan. 24, 25 at 7:30 PM
Jan. 26 at 2 PM
Jan. 31, Feb. 1 at 7:30 PM
Feb. 2 at 2 PM

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In "The Book Club Play" by Karen Zacarías, the cozy, predictable world of a book club is hilariously upended when the group becomes the focus of a documentary film, turning their private discussions and not-so-secret secrets into public spectacle. Led by Ana, whose passion for literature is matched only by her desire for control, the club's members find themselves under the unblinking eye of a camera, leading to unexpected revelations, strained friendships, and comic misunderstandings. As they navigate through their chosen books, the characters are unwittingly forced to confront their own stories, revealing truths about themselves and each other that were better left in the margins. Zacarías cleverly weaves together the quirks of book club culture, the eccentricities of its members, and the transformative power of reading, resulting in a smart, satirical comedy that explores the chaotic intersection of life, literature, and the quest for authenticity in the age of social media, reminding us that sometimes, the most profound discoveries happen between the lines.


Mar. 28, 29 at 7:30 PM

Mar. 30 at 2 PM

Apr. 4, 5 at 7:30 PM

Apr. 6 at 2 PM

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