Directed by Paula Mabry
October 3-6 and October 11-15, 2023
This bluegrass musical fable tells the story of one woman at two different points in her life: as a wild young thing growing up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina and, 22 years later, when she is a well-to-do magazine editor in Asheville. Her path interweaves with an idealistic young man named Billy, with whom she shares a mysterious connection.
Directed by Sara Wade
November 30-December 3 and December 5-9, 2023
Just in time for the holidays, the heartwarming stage adaptation of the timeless and enduring classic novel about the March sisters' journey from childhood to maturity is set against the backdrop of Civil War-era America.
Directed by Louie Gallo
February 15-18 and February 20-23, 2024
In 1959 in Montgomery, a children's book about a black rabbit marrying a white rabbit stirs the passions of a segregationist Alabama senator and a no-nonsense librarian, along with two childhood friends - an African-American man and a woman of white privilege - reunited in adulthood. Inspired by true events, this tale of the Deep South during the flowering of the civil rights movement brims with humor, heartbreak, and hope.
Directed by Thomas La Foe
April 11-14 and April 16-20, 2024
The classic board game (and its cult classic film adaptation) is brought to life as six guests are invited to a dinner party thrown by an anonymous host. What follows is a madcap, slapstick evening of blackmail, murder, mystery and laughs as the party guests must play the deadly game of puzzling out the culprit.