Season 45 - The Sapphire Season Season 45 - The Sapphire Season

Welcome to our 45th Season!

The Thin Place by Lucas Hnath

The Thin Place

By Lucas Hnath
September 15th - October 9th, 2022

Hilda, whose grandmother tried to train her to read minds as a child, is desperate to get in touch with the other side. She finds comfort in Linda, a mentalist who claims to know 'the thin place' that separates the living and the dead. When she confesses that it is all a trick, Hilda shows her something unbelievable. Eerie and unsettling, you'll be questioning what is real and what you've imagined by the end.
High school matinees are available.

MA - For Mature Audiences: Topic/Strong Language

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A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol

From the story by Charles Dickens, adapted by Aaron White
November 25th - December 28th, 2022

A joyful holiday favorite returns! When Bob Cratchit timidly asks for Christmas Day off, his curmudgeonly boss Ebenezer Scrooge only grudgingly gives it to him. Little did Scrooge know what ghostly adventures he was about to go on that very night. Scrooge's story of forgiveness and joy will be sure to get you in the holiday mood with a fresh new adaptation, lots of holiday music, and theatrical spectacle!
School matinees are available.

GA - For General Audiences

White Rabbit Red Rabbit by Nassim Soleimanpour

White Rabbit Red Rabbit

By Nassim Soleimanpour January 12th, 13th, and 14th, 2023

An actor, a script, and no director. White Rabbit Red Rabbit is a highwire act that an actor only performs once, having never seen the script before being handed it in a sealed envelope. Written by an Iranian playwright restricted from travel by his own country, this nail-biting piece teeters perilously between comedy and high-stakes drama. Each performance will feature a new actor!

MA - For Mature Audiences: Topic

Six Characters in Search of an Author

Adapted by David A. Miller from the play by Luigi Pirandello
A Co-Production with Bloomsburg University Players
February 23rd - March 12th, 2023

Six characters, abandoned by their playwright, interrupt a theatre company's rehearsal in the hopes of finally telling the story they each carry within them. This absurdist work once caused a riot when it was first performed! Weaving together the talents of the Resident Acting Company and Theatre students from Bloomsburg University, this new adaptation asks the question: "Who decides what stories are told and by whom?"

MA - For Mature Audiences: Topic

Grand Horizons by Bess Wohl

By Bess Wohl
April 27th - May 21, 2023

After fifty years of marriage, Nancy and Bill calmly call it quits during dinner. As their family descends, attempting to talk them out of throwing out their life together, harder questions about love and marriage start to bubble up. Funny and heartwarming all in one.

MA - For Mature Audiences: Topic

Dragons Love Tacos

Adapted by Ernie Nolan from the book by Adam Rubin
July 6th - 23rd, 2023

Do you know how to host a taco party? For DRAGONS? First, you make lots and lots of tacos. Then you put out the salsa, but make sure it's not spicy salsa! You don't want to know what happens then! Or do you? Bring the whole family out for this hilarious adaptation of the beloved children's book.

GA - For General Audiences