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Randall Theatre Playhouse Productions
2017 Main Stage Productions
Sherlock Holmes and the Curious Adventure of the Clockwork Prince - February 3 - February 26
Marry Me A Little - March 17 - April 9
On the Town - May 5 - May - 28
California Suite - June 23 - July 9
"Young Frankenstein" The Musical - July 28 - August 20
Dial "M" For Murder - Sept. 15 - October 1
The Nightmare Chamber Haunted House Fundraiser - October 13 - October 31
Musical Madcap Madlibs "Disney Edition" - November 10 - 12
"Little Women" The Musical - December 8 - December 31
$12 Reserved Seating
Saturday, June 10 - 7 PM
Sunday, June 11 - 1 PM
Wednesday, June 14th (FLAG DAY) - 7 PM
Through music, live performance, and multimedia, this show tells the story of Teddy Roosevelt and his times — a romantic and exciting era. America had just come of age and the world was full of new wonders — autos, planes, “talking machines,” and the first movies. Ragtime set the pace; Vaudeville was king.
Highlighted by the loved, multi talented singer Kacie Garner, this production will make you stand up and cheer!
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This two person musical by Broadway great Stephen Sondheim gives us two single strangers, left alone in their studio apartments on a Saturday night. They pass their time with sweetly secret, unshared fantasies, never knowing that they're just a floor away from each other and the end of their lonely dreams.
This musical highlights many Sondheim showtunes cut from their original production and placed within a new plotline about two people looking for love.