2022 season has concluded.
Saturday, September 24
Writer/actor Dennis Elkins wove the story of his hum-drum existence through escapades of hilarity and heartache. He questioned all the things we keep stored away in boxes and can’t throw away.
Autobiographical in nature, “Box” was triggered by the untimely death of Elkins’ son, Isaac. The young man’s cremains were delivered to Elkins in a box, and it was that shattering experience which ultimately led to the writing of this theatrical piece.
August 20, 2022
Award-winning actor Frank Ferrante recreated a stage portrayal of legendary Groucho Marx with the comedian’s best one-liners, anecdotes and songs.
Saturday, July 23
Award-winning actress and scholar Leslie Goddard presented a historical portrayal of her Majesty the Queen, Elizabeth II. We traveled back to hear from the woman who ascended the throne in 1952 and has been reigning now for seventy years.
Saturday, June 18, 2022
Actress Sandra Jones portrayed the life of Sojourner Truth, an Abolitionist and Women’s Rights Activist who is the first African American woman to have a statue in the U.S. Capitol building. This production was sponsored by the South Haven Community Foundation allowing for free admission. It was presented in celebration of Juneteenth.
2021 season has concluded.