2023-24 Season

adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig
September 21 – October 1, 2023

Hop on board and take your seat as the fastidious and quick-witted Hercule Poirot investigates a murder on the opulent Orient Express. As one-by-one the passengers on the train begin to fall under suspicion, Poirot must use his unrivaled powers of keen observation and precise deduction to uncover the truth and deliver the killer to justice. Expertly adapted by Ken Ludwig (Lend Me A Tenor and Moon Over Buffalo), Murder on the Orient Express is a must-see for even the most casual fans of Agatha Christie’s work and anyone who relishes the challenge of a whodunnit murder mystery, a hearty laugh, and a snowy night filled with glamour and intrigue.

“A first class ride all the way!” —The Guardian

“A funny, fast-paced thrill ride . . .” —The Hartford Courant

September 21 – October 1
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30 pm
Sunday at 2 pm
Season Pass Exchanges September 1
Box Office Opens September 7
Pay What You Can Preview September 20
AfterWords September 24
Run Time: 2 hours, 15 minutes


music and lyrics by Tim Minchin
book by Dennis Kelly
November 2 – 19, 2023

Step into a world of enchantment and adventure with Matilda the Musical, the Tony Award-winning musical based on the beloved children’s novel by Roald Dahl. Matilda Wormwood is an exceptionally gifted child with an extraordinary love of books, an incredibly vivid imagination, and just plain rotten luck in the parental department. Along with her friends and her teacher, Miss Honey, she stands up for injustice against the headmistress (scathingly but appropriately dubbed “The Trunchbull”) and other adults who “can’t be bothered with the affairs of wretched, filthy children.” With an incredible score and a cast of colorful characters, Matilda will awaken the childlike wonder in everyone!

“Dazzlingly inventive with considerable magic. I can’t wait to see it again.”  —The Hollywood Reporter

“Truly revolutionary. The most satisfying and subversive musical to come out of Britain.” —The New York Times

November 2 – 19
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30 pm
Sunday at 2 pm
Season Pass Exchanges October 13
Box Office Opens October 19
Pay What You Can Preview November 1
AfterWords November 5
Run Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes


by Sam Shepard
February 15 – 25, 2024

Experience the raw power and palpable intensity of this finalist for the Pulitzer Prize that tackles the parallel struggles of identity, family, and the American dream. Austin, a successful screenwriter, and his estranged brother Lee, a ne’er-do-well drifter, are collaborating on a new screenplay—each trying to prove that he can write a “truer” Western. Tensions rise and sparks fly as their roles reverse and the brothers grapple against becoming the worst version of the other. This modern and darkly funny Cain and Abel story provokes thought at every turn and will have you on the edge of your seat, making True West a must-see play by Sam Shepard, one of this country’s most visionary writers.

“. . . sibling rivalry has seldom felt this ominous. Shepard’s Wild West just got a lot scarier.” —The New York Times

It’s as funny as it is serious, as entertaining as it is profound.” —New York Stage Review

February 15 – 25
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30 pm
Sunday at 2 pm
Season Pass Exchanges January 26
Box Office Opens February 1
Pay What You Can Preview February 14
AfterWords February 18
Run Time: 2 hours, 15 minutes


by William Shakespeare
April 11 – 21, 2024

The shipwrecked and fiercely determined Viola poses as a man to curry favor with the nobility on the shores of Illyria, only to become entangled in a web of deception, self-discovery, and hilarious mishaps. Unwittingly embroiled in a turbulent love triangle, Viola finds herself at the crossroads where lust, desire, passion, and gender identity all threaten to unravel her delicate illusion. Add in a splash of drunken hijinks and witty banter, and you are sure to get swept away in the exhilarating storytelling and gorgeous language of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, his timeless and nearly perfect comedy of intrepid disguises, mistaken identities, and dazzling romance.

If any Shakespeare play illustrates how durable the Bard’s work truly is, Twelfth Night is it.” —TheatreMania

 “. . . an enchanting endorsement of love in defiance of convention.” —Variety

April 11 – 21
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30 pm
Sunday at 2 pm
Season Pass Exchanges March 22
Box Office Opens March 28
Pay What You Can Preview April 10
AfterWords April 14
Run Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes