* denotes a season extra

Season 37  | 2015-2016

Peter and the Starcatcher
by Rick Elice, based on the novel by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson, directed by Patrick Mullins
All My Sons
by Arthur Miller, directed by Chris Hanna
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins
The Hampton Years
by Jacqueline E. Lawton, directed by Chris Hanna
Grounded
by George Brant, directed by Laley Lippard
The Tempest
by Daniel Beaty, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins

EDUCATION TOUR:
Meet Mark Twain 
by Ryan Clemens, directed by Ryan Clemens
The Selfish Giant
by Oscar Wilde, adapted and directed by Ron Newman
A.O.K.-The Acts of Kindness Game Show 
by Ron Newman & Ryan Clemens, directed by Ron Newman

Season 36 | 2014-2015

K2
by Patrick Meyers, directed by Edward Morgan
The Book Club
by Karen Zacarias, directed by Chris Hanna
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins
The Other Place
by Sharr White, directed by Chris Hanna
The Taming of the Shrew
by William Shakespeare, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins
Breath & Imagination
by Daniel Beaty, directed  by Saundra McLain

Moon Take Thy Flight *
(in Town Point Park) by William Shakespeare, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins, multi-disciplinary performance by various local artists

EDUCATION TOUR:
Meet Mark Twain
by Ryan Clemens, directed by Ryan Clemens
X-Out Bullying
by Ryan Clemens, directed by Ryan Clemens

Season 35 | 2013-2014

The Great Gatsby
by F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapted by Simon Levy, directed by Chris Hanna
The Woman in Black
by Stephen Mallatratt, based on the novel by Susan Hill, directed by Peter Moore
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins
The Honky Tonk Angels
by Ted Swindley, directed by Patrick Mullins
The Mountaintop
by Katori Hall, directed by Derrick Sanders
Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune
by Terrance McNally, directed by Chris Hanna,

The Tempest *
(in Townepoint Park) by William Shakespeare, directed  by  Patrick Mullins

EDUCATION TOUR:
The Jungle Book
by Rudyard Kipling, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins
The Taming of the Shrew
by William Shakespeare, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins,
Meet Mark Twain
by Ryan Clemons, directed by Ryan Clemens
X Out Bullying
by Ryan Clemens, directed by Patrick Mullins

Season 34 | 2012-2013

Fences
by August Wilson, directed by Derrick Sanders
The Comfort Team
by Deborah Brevoort, directed by Chris Hanna
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by VSC, directed by Patrick Mullins,
Frog Kiss
book & lyrics by Charles Leipart, music By Eric Schorr, based on the novella The Frog Prince – A Fairy Tale for Consenting Adults by Stephen Mitchell, directed by Kenneth L. Roberson
The Whipping Man
by Matthew Lopez, directed by Jasson Minadakis
The Odd Couple
by Neil Simon, directed by Patrick Mullins

Swingtime Salute *
(on the deck of the Battleship Wisconsin) book by Patrick Mullins, directed by Patrick Mullins

EDUCATION TOUR:
Virginia’s History
by E. Gray Simons III, directed by E. Gray Simons III
The Tempest
by William Shakespeare, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins
Meet Mark Twain
by Ryan Clemons, directed by Patrick Mullins
X-Out Bullying
by Ryan Clemens, directed by Patrick Mullins

Season 33 | 2011-2012

God of Carnage
by Yasima Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton, directed by Chris Hanna
RED
by John Logan, directed by Chris Hanna
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by VSC, directed by Patrick Mullins,
Black Pearl Sings!
by Frank Higgins, directed by Patrick Mullins
Death of a Salesman
by Arthur Miller, directed by Chris Hanna
The Fantasticks
book & lyrics by Tom Jones, music by Harvey Schmidt, directed by Jose Zayas

Screwtape Letters *
(one-week run, co-presented with Virginia Arts Festival) by C.S. Lewis, adapted by Jeff Fiske & Max McLean
Swingtime Salute *
(on the deck of the Battleship Wisconsin) book by Patrick Mullins, directed by Patrick Mullins,

EDUCATION TOUR:
Aesop’s Network
by E. Gray Simons III, directed by E. Gray Simons III
Julius Caesar
by William Shakespeare, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins
Meet Mark Twain
by Ryan Clemons, directed by Ailish Riggs

Season 32 | 2010-2011

The Diary of Anne Frank
by Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett, adapted by Wendy Kesselman, directed by Chris Hanna
The New Pink
by Chris Hanna, directed by Chris Hanna
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by VSC, directed by Patrick Mullins
SCKBSTD
by Bruce Hornsby, music & lyrics by Bruce Hornsby, lyrics by Chip deMatteo, book by Clay McLeod Chapman, directed by John Rando
The Last Five Years
written and composed by Jason Robert Brown, directed by Patrick Mullins
Radio Golf
by August Wilson, directed by Derrick Sanders

EDUCATION TOUR:
Mystery Sideshow – History’s Mysteries Revealed
by E. Gray Simons III, directed by E. Gray Simons III
Julius Caesar
by William Shakespeare, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins
Meet Mark Twain
by Ryan Clemons, directed by Ailish Riggs

Season 31 | 2009-2010

Alive and Well
by Kenny Finkle, directed by Chris Hanna
/romeo&juliet//
by William Shakespeare, directed by Patrick Mullins
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by VSC, directed by Patrick Mullins
Billy Bishop Goes to War
written and composed by John Gray in collaboration with Eric Peterson, directed by Edward Morgan
Around the World in 80 Days
adapted by Mark Brown from a novel by Jules Verne, directed by Patrick Mullins
A Raisin in the Sun
by Lorraine Hansbury, directed by Chris Hanna

The Reduced Shakespeare Company presents The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) *
(one-week run co-produced with Virginia Arts Festival) by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor

EDUCATION TOUR:
Hansel and Gretel’s Grimm Tale
by E. Gray Simons III and Tara M. Franklin, directed by E. Gray Simons III
Julius Caesar
by William Shakespeare, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins

Season 30 | 2008-2009

My Fair Lady
by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, directed and musically directed by Amanda Dehnert
Centennial Casting
by Gino DiIorio and Nancy Bleemer, directed by Chris Hanna
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by VSC, directed by Patrick Mullins
A Moon For the Misbegotten
by Eugene O’Neill, directed by Edward Morgan
Line in the Sand
by Chris Hanna, directed by Timothy Douglas
Ella
by Jeffrey Hatcher, Rob Ruggiero, and Dyke Garrison, directed by Rob Ruggiero

EDUCATION TOUR:
1,001 Arabian Nights – The Story of Aladdin
by Dominic Danza, directed by Patrick Mullins
Romeo & Juliet
by William Shakespeare, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins

Season 29 | 2007-2008

Doubt
by John Patrick Shanley, directed by Chris Hanna
Man of La Mancha
by Dale Wasserman, Mitch Lee, and Joe Darion, directed by Amanda Dehnert
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by VSC, directed by Patrick Mullins
The Piano Lesson
by August Wilson, directed by Regge Life
The Poetry of Pizza
by Deborah Brevoort, directed by Patrick Mullins
Hank Williams: Lost Highway
by Randal Myler and Mark Harelik, directed by Edward Morgan

Lost in the Stars *
(three performancec run at the Attucks Theatre, co-produced with Virginia Arts Festival and Opera Theare Pittsburgh) by Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson

EDUCATION TOUR:
The Jungle Book
by Rudyard Kipling, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins
Romeo & Juliet
by William Shakespeare, adapted and directed by Patrick Mullins

Season 28 | 2006-2007

Crowns
by Regina Taylor, directed by José Zayas
The Elephant Man
by Bernard Pomerance, directed by Chris Hanna
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by VSC, directed by Patrick Mullins
Indoor/Outdoor
by Kenny Finkle, directed by Kevin Moriarty
To Kill a Mockingbird
by Harper Lee, directed by Edward Morgan
King Lear – The Storm At Home
by Chris Hanna, based on William Shakespeare’s King Lear

The Reduced Shakespeare Company presents The Complete History of America (Abridged) *
(one-week run co-produced with Virginia Arts Festival) by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor

EDUCATION TOUR:
The Fisherman and His Wife
by Larry and Vivian Snipes, directed by Patrick Mullins

Season 27 | 2005-2006

The Taste Test
by Frank Higgins, directed by Chris Hanna
Rounding Third
by Richard Dresser, directed by Charles Towers
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by David McCann, directed by Neal Easterling
Intimate Apparel
by Lynn Nottage, directed by Jane Page
Of Mice and Men
by John Steinbeck, directed by Chris Hanna
Contact
by Susan Stroman and John Weidman, directed by Tome Cousins

The Reduced Shakespeare Company presents All the Great Books (Abridged) *
(one-week run co-produced with Virginia Arts Festival) by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor

EDUCATION TOUR:
Wiley and the Hairy Man
fable by Jack Stokes, adapted for the stage by Alice Molter, directed by Neal Easterling

Season 26 | 2004-2005

Private Lives
by Noel Coward, directed by Emma Griffin
Yellowman
by Dael Orlandersmith, directed by Ron OJ Parson
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by David McCann, directed by Aaron Cabell
Driving Miss Daisy
by Alfred Uhry, directed by Jane Page
Vincent in Brixton
by Nicholas Wright, directed by Anthony Powell
Treasure Island
by Robert Louis Stevenson, adapted by Timothy Mason, directed by David Doersch

EDUCATION TOUR:
The Garden of Rikki Tikki Tavi
by Y York, adapted from the story by Rudyard Kipling, directed by Neal Easterling
Danny, King of the Basement
by David S. Craig, directed by Craig A. Miller

Season 25 | 2003-2004

Constant Star
by Tazewell Thompson, directed by Tazewell Thompson
Amadeus
by Peter Shaffer, directed by Michael Donald Edwards
Greetings!
by Tom Dudzick, directed by Charlie Hensley
The Drawer Boy
by Michael Healey, directed by Charlie Hensley
Talley’s Folly
by Lanford Wilson, directed by Fontaine Syer

EDUCATION TOUR:
The Story of Jumping Mouse
by Casey Sams, directed by Neal Easterling
Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse
by Kevin Henkes, adapted by Kevin Kling, directed by Jennifer Woolley

Season 24 | 2002-2003

Vaudeville
by Laurence Carr, directed by Chris Clavelli
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
by Edward Albee, directed by Charlie Hensley
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by David McCann, directed by Russell Vandenbroucke
2 Pianos 4 Hands
by Ted Dykstra and Richard Greenblatt, directed by Bruce Sevy
Looking Over the President’s Shoulder
by James Still, directed by James Still
The Glass Menagerie
by Tennessee Williams, directed by Charlie Hensley

EDUCATION TOUR:
Amelia Earhart
by Kathryn Shultz Miller, directed by Jill Sanderson
A Promise is a Promise
by Robert Munsch and Michael Kusugak, directed by Casey Sams

Season 23 | 2001-2002

Brighton Beach Memoirs
by Neil Simon, directed by Bob Moss
A Streetcar Named Desire
by Tennessee Williams, directed by Charlie Hensley
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by David McCann, directed by Ron Nakahara
Proof
by David Auburn, directed by Russell Vandenbroucke
Blues in the Night
by Sheldon Epps, directed by Patricia Wilcox
Rough Crossing
by Tom Stoppard, directed by Chris Clavelli

EDUCATION TOUR:
Tales of the Shimmering Sky
by Casey Sams, directed by Marty Johnson
A Thousand Cranes
by Kathryn Shultz Miller, directed by Casey Sams
Always…Patsy Cline
by Ted Swindley, directed by Charlie Hensley

Season 22 | 2000-2001

Art
by Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton, directed by Lillian Garrett-Groag
Born Yesterday
by Garson Kanin, directed by Robert Moss
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by David McCann, directed by Charlie Hensley
Dinner with Friends
by Donald Margulies, directed by Charlie Hensley
Eleanor: Her Secret Journey
by Rhoda Lerman, directed by John Tillinger
Over the Tavern
by Tom Dudzick, directed by Rosemary Newcott
Anansi Yarns and Brer Rabbit
by Casey Sams, directed by Kenton Yeager
Shakespeare Alive!
by Childs and Daly, directed by Casey Sams

Season 21 | 1999-2000

The Last Night of Ballyhoo
by Alfred Uhry, directed by Charlie Hensley
Blues for an Alabama Sky
by Pearl Cleage, directed by Aaron Cabell
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by David McCann, directed by Charlie Hensley
The Lonesome West
by Martin McDonagh, directed by Charlie Hensley
Golf with Alan Shepard
by Carter W. Lewis, directed by Lillian Garrett-Groag
Othello
by William Shakespeare, directed by Charlie Hensley
The Dreamkeeper
directed by Kenton Yeager
The Emperors New Clothes
directed by Jennifer Scott McNair

Season 20 | 1998-1999

Pump Boys and Dinettes
by John Foley, Mark Hardwick, Debra Monk, Cass Morgan, John Schimmel and Jim Wann, directed by Jason Edwards
Travels with my Aunt
by Graham Greene, Adapted by Giles Havergal, directed by Michael Lasswell
Nobody Lonesome for Me
by Lanie Robertson, directed by Charlie Hensley
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by David McCann, directed by Charlie Hensley
The Beauty Queen of Leenane
by Martin McDonagh, directed by Jeannette Lambermont
Falsettos
by William Finn and James Lapine, directed by Charlie Hensley
The Importance of Being Earnest
by Oscar Wilde, directed by Charlie Hensley
Africa Explains
directed by Marty Johnson

Season 19 | 1997-1998

Always…Patsy Cline
by Ted Swindley, directed by Ted Swindley
Appalachian Strings
by Randal Myler and Dan Wheetman, directed by Randal Myler
A Delicate Balance
by Edward Albee, directed by Charlie Hensley
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by David McCann, directed by Charlie Hensley
The Foreigner
by Larry Shue, directed by Dennis Lee Delaney
The Old Settler
by John Henry Redwood, directed by Harold Scott
Dames At Sea
by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller, music by Jim Wise, directed by Scott Schwartz
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
by William Shakespeare, music by Felix Mendelssohn, directed by Paul Barnes
New Kid  
directed by Marty Johnson
Pinocchio
directed by Marty Johnson

Season 18 | 1996-1997

The Mystery of Irma Vep
by Charles Ludlam, directed by Chris Clavelli
Snapshots
by Michael Scheman and David Stern, music by Stephen Schwartz, directed by Michael Scheman
A Christmas Carol *
by Charles Dickens, adapted by David McCann, directed by Charlie Hensley
Terra Nova
by Ted Tally, directed by Charlie Hensley
Twelfth Night
by William Shakespeare, directed by Charlie Hensley
Always…Patsy Cline
by Ted Swindley, directed by Ted Swindley
The Oldest Story Ever Told
by David F. Elliot, directed by Jefferson Lindquist

Season 17 | 1995-1996

Blithe Spirit
by Noel Coward, directed by Charlie Hensley
Once on this Island
by Lynn Ahrens, music by Stephen Flaherty, directed by Gerry McIntyre
Hamlet
by William Shakespeare, directed by Charlie Hensley
A Penny for the Guy
by Lanie Robertson, directed by Charlie Hensley
Deathtrap
by Ira Levin, directed by Dex Edwards
The Belle of Amherst
by William Luce, directed by Jefferson Lindquist

Season 16 | 1994-1995

Dirt
by Bruce Gooch, directed by Andrew Traister
Peter Pan
by James Barrie, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, directed by Bonnie Walker
Sea Marks
by Gardner McKay, directed by Charlie Hensley
Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill
by Lanie Robertson, directed by Jefferson Lindquist
Love Letters
by A.R. Gurney, directed by Ted Weiant
A Perfect Ganesh
by Terrance McNally, directed by Charlie Hensley

Season 15 | 1993 – 1994

Sleuth
by Anthony Shaffer, directed by Charlie Hensley
Side by Side
by Ned Sherrin, music by Stephen Sondheim, Leonard Bernstein, Mary Rodgers, Richard Rodgers, Jule Styne, directed by Charlie Hensley
My Children! My Africa!
by Athol Fugard, directed by Charlie Hensley
On the Verge
by Eric Overmyer, directed by Jeannette Lambermont
Alfred Stieglitz Loves O’Keeffe
by Lanie Robertson, directed by Charlie Hensley
Lend Me a Tenor
by Ken Ludwig, directed by George Black

Season 14 | 1992-1993

The Lion in Winter
by James Goldman, directed by Tom Gardner
From the Mississippi Delta
by Dr. Endesha Ida Mae Holland, directed by Seret Scott
The Immigrant
by Mark Harelick, directed by Tom Gardner
Pump Boys and Dinettes
by Jim Wann, et al., directed by Jason Edwards

Season 13 | 1991-1992

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
by Edward Albee, directed by Charles Towers
Ain’t Misbehavin’
by Richard Maltby, Jr, directed by Marsha Milgrom Dodge
Arms and the Man
by George Bernard Shaw, directed by Christopher Hanna
Broadway Bound
by Neil Simon, directed by Tom Gardner

Season 12 | 1990-1991

Wedding Band
by Alice Childress, directed by Charles Towers
The Rainmaker
by N. Richard Nash, directed by Christopher Hanna
Waiting for Godot
by Samuel Beckett, directed by Charles Towers
Otherwise Engaged
by Simon Gray, directed by Charles Towers
Billy Bishop Goes to War
by John Gray and Eric Peterson, directed by Dennis Rosa

Season 11: 1989-1990

The Road to Mecca
by Athol Fugard, directed by Jodi McAuliffe
The Secret Garden
by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted by Marsha Norman, lyrics by Lucy Simon, directed by R.J. Cutler
T Bone N Weasel
by Jon Klein, directed by Chris Hanna
Speed the Plow
by David Mamet, directed by Charles Towers
Fences
by August Wilson, directed by Tazewell Thompson
Fairy Tales of New York
by J.P. Donleavy, directed by Charles Towers

Season 10 | 1988-1989

Les Liaisons Dangereuses
translated and adapted by Christopher Hampton, directed by Charles Towers
American Buffalo
by David Mamet, directed by Charles Towers
Fossey
by Lois Meredith, directed by Pamela Berlin
Macbeth
by William Shakespeare, directed by Charles Towers
Top Girls
by Caryl Churchill, directed by Chris Hanna
A Walk in the Woods
by Lee Blessing, directed by Chris Hanna

Season 9 | 1987-1988

Ah, Wilderness!
by Eugene O’Neill, directed by Chris Hanna
Glengarry Glen Ross
by David Mamet, directed by Charles Towers
Salt-water Moon
by David French, directed by Charles Towers
Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
adapted by Eric Blau and Mort Shuman, music and lyrics by Jacques Brel, directed by Gregory S. Hurst
Play Yourself
by Harry Kondoleon, directed by Christ Hanna
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
by August Wilson, directed by Israel Hicks

Season 8 | 1987

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
by Tennessee Williams, directed by Charles Towers (opened February 1987, after the end of the Wells Theatre renovations)
The Frontiers of Farce: The Purging and The Singer
by George Feydeau and Franz Wedekind, adapted by Peter Barnes, directed by Charles Towers
Haut Gout
by Allen Havis, directed by Chris Hanna
The Tempest
by William Shakespeare, directed by Charles Towers

Season 7: 1985 -1986

The Beastly Beautitudes of Balthazar B
by J.P. Donleavy, directed by Charles Towers
Master Harold…and the Boys
by Athol Fugard, directed by Alex Dmitriev
Painting Churches
by Tina Howe, directed by Jamie Brown
Wetter than Water
by Deborah Pryor, directed by Charles Towers
Jitters
by David French, directed by Pamela Berlin
The Glass Menagerie
by Tennessee Williams, directed by Chris Hanna
Billy Bishop Goes to War
by John Gray and Eric Peterson, directed by Mitchell Ivers (closed April 1986, then Company started Wells Theatre renovation)

Season 6 | 1984-1985

Amadeus
by Peter Shaffer, directed by Charles Towers
Husbandry
by Patrick Tovatt, directed by Jamie Brown
Taking Steps
by Alan Ayckbourn, directed by Alex Dmitriev
The Mound Builders
by Lanford Wilson, directed by Charles Towers
Morocco
by Alan Havis, directed by Chris Hanna
Crimes of the Heart
by Beth Henley, directed by Charles Towers

Season 5 | 1983-1984

Island
by Peter Link, Brent Nicholson, Joe Bravco, and Larry Rosler, directed by Peter Link
Betrayal
by Harold Pinter, directed by Charles Towers
A Christmas Carol
by Charles Dickens, adapted by Jamie Brown, directed by Jamie Brown
Artichoke
by Joanna M. Glass, directed by Jamie Brown
The Night of the Iguana
by Tennessee Williams, directed by Charles Towers
A Lesson from Aloes
by Athol Fugard, directed by Bill Partlan
The Dining Room
by A.R. Gurney, directed by Jamie Brown
True West
by Sam Shepard, directed by Charles Towers

Season 4 | 1982-1983

Talley’s Folly
by Lanford Wilson, directed by Michael Hankins
The Crucible
by Arthur Miller, directed by Robert Tolan
A Christmas Carol
by Charles Dickens, adapted by Michael Hankins, directed by Michael Hankins
Vanities
by Jack Heifner, directed by Robert W. Tolan
High Rolling
by Robert Litz, directed by Michael Hankins
Tiovivo
by Mary G. St. Cloud, directed by Robert Tolan
The Hazard County Wonder
by Bruce Payton, directed by Michael Hankins
Tartuffe
by Moliere, adapted by Richard Wilbur, directed by Israel Hicks
Charlotte Sweet
by Gerald Jay Markie and Michael Colby, directed by Edward Stone

Season 3 | 1981-1982

The Gin Game
by D.L. Coburn, directed by Robert Tolan
A Christmas Carol
by Charles Dickens, adapted by Barbara Fields, directed by Michael Hankins
Therese Raquin
by Stephen William, directed by Stephen William
Leavings
by Michael Richey, directed by Robert Tolan
Whatever Become of Love?
by Ed Meyerson, directed by Stephen William
Strider
by Mark Rozovsky, directed by Lynne Gannaway
Charley’s Aunt
by Brandon Thomas, directed by Michael Hankins
Gemini
by Albert Innaurato, directed by Robert Tolan

Season 2 | 1980-1981

On Golden Pond
by Ernest Thompson, directed by Patrick Tovatt
Mrs. Warren’s Profession
by George Bernard Shaw, directed by Patrick Tovatt
Classic Comics: The Flying Doctor, The Ridiculous Young Ladies
by Moliere, directed by Patrick Tovatt
Buried Child
by Sam Shepard, directed by Jackson Phippin
The Incredible Murder of Cardinal Tosca
by Alden Nowlan and Walter Learning, directed by Patrick Tovatt
Luann Hampton Laverty Oberlander
by Preston Jones, directed by Israel Hicks
Hot Grog
by Jim Wann and Bland Simpson, directed by Patrick Tovatt

Season 1 | 1980

Relatively Speaking
by Alan Ayckbourn, directed by Patrick Tovatt
Count Dracula
by Ted Tiller, directed by Patrick Tovatt
The Miracle Worker
by William Gibson, directed by Patrick Tovatt
Sizwe Banzi is Dead
by Athol Fugard, John Kani, Winston Nishona, directed by Israel Hicks
I Do! I Do!
by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt, directed by Patrick Tovatt