2021-22 Season

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Special Production: in July 2021, we presented our first open air production, performed at the Wayland High School athletic field:

A Picasso

By Jeffrey Hatcher

Directed by Donnie Baillargeon

July 23, 24, 25, 2021

Featuring:

Pablo Picasso: Chris Cardoni

Miss Fisher: Christina Petrillo 

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The Price

By Arthur Miller

Directed by Donnie Baillargeon

November 5 - November 20, 2021

FEATURING:

Victor Franz: Bob Williams

Esther Franz: Margaret McCarty

Gregory Solomon: Robert Zawistowski

Walter Franz: Bill Stambaugh

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Sense and Sensibility

By Kate Hamill

Directed by James Barton

February 25 - March 12, 2022

FEATURING

Eva Catanzariti 

Jasn Myatt 

Sylvia Czubarow 

Lindsay McAuliffe 

Adam Heroux

Mike Haddad 

Hope Keeley 

Barbara Douglass 

Lis Adams 

Nick Bennett-Zendzian 

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Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella

Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II

New Book by Douglas Carter Beane; Original Book by Oscar Hammerstein II 

Directed by Katie Swimm

May 6 - 21, 2022

FEATURING:

Ella - Melissa Paz

Topher - Sean Donnelly

Jean-Michel - AJ Lyman

Gabrielle - Allison Russel

Charlotte - Sadie Piatt

Madame - Cathy Merlo

Marie - Stephanie Chambers

Sebastian - Charlee Fallon

Pinkleton - Mike Buck

Lords, Ladies, Townsfolk, and Creatures - Dave Brown, Hanna Burnett, Jim Harris, Zack Page, Addie Pates, Lisa Tierney

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By August Wilson

Directed by Michelle Aguillon

July 22 - August 6, 2022

Friday, July 22 8pm
Saturdays July 23 - Aug. 6 2pm
Thursday - Saturday, July 28 - Aug. 6 8pm

Tony and Pulitzer winner August Wilson, one of the top dramatists of the 20th century, wrote The Piano Lesson as part of his 10-play “Century Cycle” (which also includes Fences and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom) that tells of the African-American experience through the decades. This Pulitzer-winning play, although modest in its storytelling, displays Wilson’s uncanny ability to capture a snapshot of humanity, in a supernatural-laced story set in 1936 Pittsburgh. Boy Willie, wanting to be his own boss and to own his own land, wants to sell a piano that resides in his sister’s home. This piano has huge family and cultural significance, and his sister Berniece refuses to part with it. Their fight culminates in a stand-off in which the family and the community gather to give witness, as the siblings bear the weight of history and eventually come to honor it.