The music of the Great Wars is celebrated in this patriotic, toe-tapping concert. Act One celebrates the famous songs of World War 1 including such tunes as How Ya Gonna Keep Em Down On The Farm, My Buddy, Oh How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning,  and Over There. Act Two moves to World War II, where tunes by the Andrews Sisters, Danny Kaye and other stars kept the world jumpin’ and jivin’. Songs include Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition, Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree and The White Cliffs of Dover.



November 6 – 16, 2014

Stunningly poignant, his classic drama catapulted the author from obscurity to fame. It premiered in Chicago in 1944 then transferred to Broadway where it won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award in 1945. This four-character play has strong auto-biographical elements seemingly similar to Williams himself, his histrionic mother and his mentally fragile sister Rose. In the play, Amanda Wingfield presides over a broken family that includes Tom, the narrator and his painfully shy sister Laura, whose cherished possessions are a collection of glass animal figurines…..her menagerie!