The Importance of Being Ernest

It’s 1895 and Jack Worthing is engaged–that is if he can convince his potential mother-in-law to accept him. And that might prove difficult since his fiancé thinks his name is Ernest. Oh, and he doesn’t know who his parents are. Not to mention his ward thinks she’s ALSO engaged to Ernest. Oh dear! Mistaken identities and the search for one’s true self frame Oscar Wilde’s most famous comedy of manners.

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Oklahoma!

The place is Oklahoma territory at the turn of the 20th century, a time when ranchers and cowboys are squaring off over land and water rights and love is in the air. Curly loves Laurey, though Laurey isn’t quite sure about Curly. Will Parker loves Ado Annie, though Ado loves, well, everybody! This 1943 Broadway hit was the first modern musical to weave catchy songs with vivid storytelling. Join us for this classic story about love and belonging.

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The Roommate

In her sprawling Iowa farmhouse, newly divorced empty-nester Sharon seeks a roommate. Her ad is answered by Robyn, a woman with a past looking to start over. As Robyn’s secrets are revealed, Sharon takes control of her own life in ways she never expected. Part The Odd Couple, part Thelma & Louise, this beautiful and deeply funny play stars Christy Brandt and Annie Butler.

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Fully Committed

This laugh-out-loud comedy follows a day in the life of Sam, an out-of-work actor who manages the red-hot reservation line at the number-one restaurant in town. A cast of desperate callers will stop at nothing to land a prime reservation: impatient socialites, celebrity assistants, top restaurant reviewers, and even a mobster. Graham Ward returns to the CRT stage tackling 40 different characters in this comedic tour-de-force!

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