2017-2018 Season

CURRENTLY PLAYING

A Charlie Brown Christmas

A Charlie Brown Christmas

[MainStage]
 
7pm November 23,29,30, December 6,7,13,14
8pm November 24**,25, December 1,2,8,9,15
2pm November 25, December 2*,9,16
 
By Charles M. Schulz
Based on the television special by Bill Melendez and Lee Mendelson
Stage adaptation by Eric Schaeffer
 
Adapted from the classic animated television special, this holiday musical follows Charlie Brown as he complains about the overwhelming materialism he sees among everyone during the Christmas season. Lucy suggests that he become director of the school Christmas pageant. Charlie Brown accepts, but this proves to be a frustrating endeavor. When an attempt to restore the proper holiday spirit with a forlorn little Christmas fir tree fails, he needs Linus’ help to discover the real meaning of Christmas.

** “Christmas Over The Cumberland” with Charlie Brown at 6:30pm (Tickets $40)
 
* “Lunch with Charlie Brown” at 12:30pm (Tickets $40)
 
Produced in part by Legends Bank

Additional funding support provided by Ernest & Joan DeWald, David & Ellen Kanervo, Rick & Mary Konvalinka, Nancy & Garnett Ladd

and Barbara & Larry Goolsby

 
Tickets $25 (adults) and $15 (13 and under)
 

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Christmas Over The Cumberland

“Christmas Over The Cumberland” with Charlie Brown

[MainStage]
 
6:30pm November 24
 
Ring in the season with Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of the Peanuts gang!

Enjoy festive holiday music by Red River Breeze over a chili dinner at F&M Bank’s Franklin Room, followed by the 8pm performance of A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS at the Roxy.

The evening’s menu features a chili bar with all the fixin’s; vegetable beef soup; salad bar; fruit, cheese and veggie display; and all your favorite holiday desserts, complemented with Beachaven wines.

Doors open at 6pm. Dinner served at 6:30pm.

Tickets $40
 

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COMING SOON

The Vagina Monologues

The Vagina Monologues

[theotherspace]
 
8pm January 12,13,19,20,26,27
7pm January 17,18,24,25
 
By Eve Ensler
 
Spread the word! Funny, outrageous, emotionally affecting and occasionally angry … Eve Ensler’s series of monologues about women and performed by women is back for the sixteenth year! This Obie Award-winning whirlwind tour of a forbidden zone introduces a wildly divergent gathering of female voices, including a six-year-old girl, a septuagenarian New Yorker, a vagina workshop participant, a woman who witnesses the birth of her granddaughter, a Bosnian survivor of rape, and a feminist happy to have found a man who “liked to look at it.”

Presented in theotherspace.

Recommended for mature audiences only
 
Produced in part by Melinda Kelly-Major
 
Tickets $15
 

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A Raisin in the Sun

A Raisin in the Sun

[MainStage]
 
8pm February 9,10,16,17,23,24
7pm February 14,15,21,22
2pm February 17
 
By Lorraine Hansberry
 
Lorraine Hansberry’s landmark drama follows three generations of the Younger family, each yearning for a better life far from their crowded, dilapidated apartment on Chicago’s south side. An unexpected financial windfall offers them the opportunity to rise from poverty and better their lives, but the family struggles with conflicting ideas about how to use the money. Unflinching in its vision of what happens to people whose dreams are constantly deferred, this enduring portrait of the African-American experience still resonates today with its themes of identity, justice and moral responsibility.

Produced in part by Hugh & Joy Hatcher
 
Additional funding support provided by Bob Houston, Kurt & Kerri Kowalski and John & Cathy Stanton
 
Tickets $20 (adults) and $15 (13 and under)
 

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Fully Committed

Fully Committed

[theotherspace]
 
7pm February 19,20,26,27
 
By Becky Modes
 
Ryan Bowie brings to life nearly forty wildly diverse characters in this devastatingly funny one-man show following a day in the life of Sam Peliczowski, an out-of-work actor who mans the red-hot reservation line at Manhattan’s number-one restaurant. Coercion, threats, bribes, histrionics — a cast of desperate callers will stop at nothing in their zeal to land a prime reservation, or the right table. Amid the barrage, Sam’s got his own needs to contend with — his recently widowed dad wants him home for Christmas, and he’s up for a choice part at Lincoln Center. While juggling scheming socialites, name-dropping wannabes, fickle celebrities and egomaniacal bosses, can he manage to look out for himself?

Presented in theotherspace.

Recommended for mature audiences only
 
Produced in part by Tim & Kris Lee
 
Tickets $15
 

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James and the Giant Peach

James and the Giant Peach

[MainStage]
 
6pm March 9,10,16,17,23,24,30,31
2pm March 10,17,24,31
 
Words by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul
Music by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul
Book by Timothy Allen McDonald
Based on the book by Roald Dahl
Presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com
 
Roald Dahl’s beloved children’s book about a boy, his insect friends and their amazing journey across the ocean on a giant piece of fruit is now a musical for the whole family to enjoy! When James is sent by his conniving aunts to chop down their old fruit tree, he discovers a magic potion that results in a tremendous peach … and launches a journey of enormous proportions!

Produced in part by Clarksville Rotary Club and The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
 
Additional funding support provided by Scott & Lynn Jensen, Melinda Kelly-Major and David & Marianne Straka
 
Tickets $25 (adults) and $15 (13 and under)
 

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A Piece of My Heart

A Piece of My Heart

[MainStage]
 
8pm April 13,14,20,21,27,28
7pm April 18,19,25,26
2pm April 21
 
By Shirley Lauro
 
Named “the most enduring play on Vietnam in the nation” by The Vietnam Vets Association, this powerful drama follows the true stories of six courageous women sent to Vietnam — five nurses and a country western singer booked by an unscrupulous agent to entertain the troops — and their struggles to make sense of a war that irrevocably changed them and a nation that shunned them. Enhanced with video projections and other multimedia, the play explores the often overlooked contributions of women in service.

Produced in part by Walter & Cindy Marczak
 
Additional funding support provided by Kurt & Kerri Kowalski, Gary & Janet Mund and John & Cathy Stanton
 
Tickets $20 (adults) and $15 (13 and under)
 

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Marilyn God

Marilyn/God

[theotherspace]
 
7pm April 30, May 1,7,8
 
By Rosary Hartell O’Neill
 
The year is 1962. Marilyn Monroe has just died and must audition for heaven. But her judges are her thirteen aborted babies. Will she get into heaven? Capturing the effervescent humor of Marilyn confused and intrigued by the signs she must follow to climb her way into heaven, this comedy explores the multi-levels of complexity of the cult goddess — her vulnerability, anger, and how Americans’ worship of beauty and fame fueled her rise to stardom.

Presented in theotherspace.

Recommended for mature audiences only
 
Tickets $15
 

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Annie Jr

Annie, Jr.

[MainStage]
 
6pm May 18,19,23,24,25,26,30,31,
June 1,2,6,7,8,9
2pm May 19,26, June 2,9*
 
Music by Charles Strous
Lyrics by Martin Charnin
Book by Thomas Meehan
Based on Little Orphan Annie by permission of The Tribune Media Services, Inc.
Presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com
 
Join everyone’s favorite little redhead in her very first adventure! Little orphan Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Annie finds a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy. With equal measures of pluck and positivity, the irrepressible comic strip heroine will charm your heart and have you singing along to such memorable tunes as “Tomorrow,” “NYC,” “You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile” and more!

Presented by the Roxy Regional School of the Arts.

“Lunch with Annie” at 12:30pm (Tickets $40)
 
Produced in part by Melinda Kelly-Major
 
Tickets $15
 

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Dames at Sea

Dames at Sea

[MainStage]
 
8pm June 22,23,29,30*, July 6,7
7pm June 27,28, July 5
2pm June 30, July 7
 
Book & Lyrics by George Haimsohn & Robin Miller
Music by Jim Wise
 
New York salutes Hollywood in this affectionate spoof of the Busby Berkeley-Harry Warren and Al Dubin-Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler-style film musical of the ’30s. It’s big-time New York into which sweet little Ruby from faraway Hometown, USA, has come to make it big on Broadway. Who should she chance to meet but another boy from Hometown, USA: Dick, a sailor, who also has ambitions as a songwriter. Ruby begins in the chorus and, by the end of the day, in true Hollywood fashion, Dick saves her doomed Broadway show with a smash tune, as Ruby becomes a star on the deck of a battleship which just happens to be passing by. A pastiche of 1930s musicals, the show’s atmosphere and songs reflect a good-natured send-up of the real thing.

* “Annual Summer Cookout” at 6:30pm (Tickets $40)
 
Produced in part by Ernest & Joan DeWald and Rick & Mary Konvalinka
 
Additional funding support provided by Hugh & Joy Hatcher, Kurt & Kerri Kowalski and John & Cathy Stanton
 
Tickets $25 (adults) and $15 (13 and under)
 

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Oklahoma
Rodger’s & Hammerstein’s

Oklahoma!

[MainStage]
 
8pm July 27,28, August 3,4,10,11*,17,18
7pm August 1,2,8,9,15,16
2pm August 4,18
 
Music by Richard Rodgers
Book by Oscar Hammerstein II
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Original dances by Agnes de Mille
Based on the play Green Grow the Lilacs by Lynn Riggs
 
The high-spirited rivalry between cowboys and farmers in Western Indian territory, just after the turn of the century, provides the colorful background for love between handsome cowboy Curly and winsome farm girl Laurey. Although the road to true love never runs smoothly, with these two headstrong romantics holding the reins, love’s journey is as bumpy as a surrey ride down a country road. Blending song, ballet and “hoe-down” stepping, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s initial collaboration features among its musical highlights “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’,” “People Will Say We’re in Love,” “The Surrey with the Fringe on Top,” “Many a New Day,” “Kansas City” and the triumphant song of the brand new state, “Oklahoma!”

* “Box Social” at 6:30pm (Tickets $40/$25)
 
Produced in part by Legends Bank
 
Additional funding support provided by Mark & Ricki Holleman, Sal & Andrea Herrera, Barbara & Larry Goolsby, James G. Holleman, Melinda Kelly-Major, Bradley & Lisa Martin, Gary & Janet Mund and David & Marianne Straka
 
Tickets $25 (adults) and $15 (13 and under)
 

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