The 2017-18 season includes:
Sept. 7-24: Jekyll
and Hyde, the 1997 musical horror-drama based on the Robert Louis
Stevenson book about a cultured, respected doctor who experiments with drugs
that he hopes will cure his father's mental problems, but instead turn the
doctor himself into a sex-crazed monster.
Oct. 19-Nov. 5: How
the Other Half Loves, playwright Alan Ayckbourn's acclaimed sex comedy
set in the swinging 1960s. In it, three couples play "musical beds," each
suspicious of the other and totally misconstruing who is bedding whom.
Jan. 11-28, 2018: I
Hate Hamlet, the tale of an ambitious actor, Andrew Rally, who lives in
the former apartment of the late acting legend John Barrymore — and the
ghost of the selfsame Barrymore. Rally's girlfriend wants him to play
Hamlet, but Rally may be more intrigued by the lucrative world of
March 1-18, 2018: Catch
Me If You Can, the tale of the FBI's dogged pursuit of a young high
school dropout who impersonates an airline pilot, a doctor and a lawyer
while becoming a skilled forger.
May 10-27, 2018: The
Addams Family, a musical comedy, based on the ghoulish cartoon
characters created by Charles Addams: the preternaturally slender Morticia;
her husband, Gomez; their sinister daughter, Wednesday, and masochistic son,
Pugsley; creepy Uncle Fester, and towering butler Lurch. Wednesday falls in
love with a normal fellow, Lucas Beineke, whose parents turn out to be as
kooky in their own way as the Addams family is.