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Play Schedule

Performances nightly Tuesday-Saturday
June 6 – Aug. 18
Every two weeks, a different show!
Dinner & Show – 7:30pm
Show Only – 8:30pm (EDT)For dinner and show, be sure to check the mmm-menu to see what’s cooking!

2014 Schedule

Whodunnit, Darling?
by Charles Edward Pogue & Larry Drake
June 6-June 21
A delightfully fast-paced mystery-comedy from a Hollywood screenwriter and an Emmy-award winning actor! Set in a 1930′s dude ranch in the Sierra Nevadas, this classy who-done-it features a quirky cast of characters…and murder suspects, including a crusty old cowboy, a shady businessman, a swanky playboy, a voluptuous blonde, and a tuxedo-wearing sleuth who must solve both a murder and his true feelings for his beautiful ex-wife. Rated PG

Is He Dead?
by Mark Twain
adapted by David Ives
June 24-July 5
A newly published, zany farce by America’s favorite author! It’s Paris, 1846, and Millet, a young painter of genius, realizes that the only way to avoid debt and get the girl of his dreams is to pretend to be dead. But is fame and fortune really worth it if you’re not around to enjoy all the fun? Rated PG

The Wonder Team
by Robby Henson, Artistic Director & Award-winning filmmaker!
July 8-July 19
World premiere! An exciting new play about how a brave gang of gridiron leatherheads from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, beat the odds and captured the hearts and headlines of the nation in a 1921 game that is still considered “the biggest upset in college football history.” Rated G

Walking Across Egypt
by Catherine Bush
adapted from a novel by Clyde Edgerton
July 22- August 2
Southern comfort food for the soul! Mattie Rigsbee is a grandma with a deep faith and a habit of caring for others. Just when she thinks nobody needs her anymore, Mattie’s world is turned upside down by a stray dog, a mysterious dog catcher, and a smart-mouthed juvenile delinquent. An uplifting, heartfelt play about being lost and finally found. Rated G

A Visit from Scarface
by V. Cate & Duke Ernsberger
August 5 – August 16
A hilarious new comedy from the dynamic duo behind Playhouse hits Dracula Bites and Don’t Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell! A Hollywood screenwriter has just finished the script for Scarface, a movie inspired by real-life gangster Al Capone. It’s sure to be a hit…if Capone’s hit men don’t get him first! Rated PG

Special Comedy Weekend! Etta May Returns!
August 21, 22 & 23
The Queen of Southern Sass loves the Playhouse, and the Playhouse loves her right back!

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