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Production History

 1960s
“Light Up the Sky,” May 1964 at Eisenhower H.S. directed by Jean Waldera
“The Man Who Came to Dinner,” December 1964 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Jean Waldera
“The Spiral Staircase,” February 1965 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Marjorie Sangster
“Guys and Dolls,” May 1965 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by John McDonald
“Born Yesterday,” November 1965 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Orv Graham
“The Time of Your Life,” February 1966, directed by Jean Waldera
“Kiss Me Kate,” May 1966, directed by Jack Eddleman
“Come Blow Your Horn,” December 1966, directed by Coleen Harman
“Visit to a Small Planet,” February 1967, directed by Orv Graham
“South Pacific,” April 1967, directed by Bill Bradley
“Generation,” November 1967, directed by Paul Swearingen
“A Streetcar Named Desire,” January 1968 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Coleen Harman
“Gypsy,” April 1968 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Bill Bradley
“Absence of a Cello,” November 1968 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Orv Graham
“Catch Me if You Can,” February 1969, directed by Marjorie Sangster
“The King and I,” May 1969 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Jack Eddleman
“The Fantasticks,” November 1969, directed by Jack Eddleman
“The Crucible,” December 1969 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Jack Eddleman

1970s
“Mikado,” March 1970 at Johns Hill Jr. H.S., directed by Jack Eddleman
“The Odd Couple,” May 1970 at MacArthur H.S., directed by Jack Eddleman
“Arsenic and Old Lace,” November 1970 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Jack Eddleman
“My Fair Lady,” January 1971 at Kirkland, directed by Jack Eddleman
“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?,” March 1971 at Elks Club, directed by Jack Eddleman
“Stop the World I Want to Get Off,” June 1971 at Elks Club, directed by Jack Eddleman
“Plaza Suite,” October 1971 at Eisenhower H.S. directed by Jack Eddleman
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” January 1972 at Eisenhower H.S.,Jack Eddleman
“Night Must Fall,” March 1972 at MacArthur H.S., directed by Jack Eddleman
“Camelot,” May 1972, at Kirkland, directed by Jack Eddleman
“Barefoot in the Park,” 1972 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Bob Thompson
“Sound of Music,” January 1973 at Kirkland, directed by Bob Thompson
“Diary of Anne Frank,” March, 1973 at Holiday Inn – Dinner Theatre, directed by Bob Thompson
“Dark of the Moon,” May 1973 at Masonic Temple, directed by Bob Thompson
“Don’t Drink the Water,” October 1973 at Masonic Temple, directed by Bob Thompson
“Fiddler on the Roof,” February 1974, at Kirkland, directed by Bob Thompson
“Butterflies Are Free,” March 1974, at Masonic Temple, directed by Bob Thompson
“A Man for All Seasons,” May 1974 at Masonic Temple, directed by Bob Thompson
“Of Mice and Men,” November 1974 at MacArthur H.S., directed by Bob Rueter
“How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” January 1975 at Kirkland, directed by Dick Hossalla
“Never Too Late,” May 1975 atMacArthur H.S., directed by Paul Swearingen
“Two for the Seesaw,” November 1975 at Holiday Inn – Dinner Theatre
“Funny Girl,” January 1976, at Kirkland, directed by Stuart McDaniel
“George Washington Slept Here,” April 1976 at Fehrenbach Chevy-Land, directed by Paul Swearingen
“The Gazebo,” 1976, at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Anne Thompson
“You Know I Can’t Hear You When the Water’s Running,” December 1976 at Stephen Decatur H.S., directed by Kevin McMurdo
“Kismet,” February 1977, at Stephen Decatur H.S., directed by Richard Marriott
“The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch,” March 1977, at MacArthur H.S., directed by Le Hook
“Finishing Touches,” May 1977, at MacArthur H.S., directed by Anne Thompson
“Born Yesterday,” October 1977, at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Jack Gogek and Bev Klaven
“Story Theatre,” December 1977, at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Rick Orr
“Subject to Change,” March 1978 at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Paul Swearingen
“Rashomon,” May 1978,at MacArthur H.S., directed by Joe Straka
“The Family Man,1978,November,at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Ray Schooley
“Under Milkwood,1979,January,at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Joe Straka
“Jubilation,” March 1979, at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Paul Swearingen
“No Sooner Won Than Wed,” August 1979, at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Mark Neville
“The Knack,” August 1979, at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Ray Schooley
“Canterbury Tales,” November 1979 at MacArthur H.S., directed by Paul Swearingen

1980s
“My Three Angels,” January 1980 at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Ray Schooley
“Ten Little Indians,” April 1980 at Eisenhower H.S., directed by Joe Straka
“Plaza Suite,” August 1980 at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Marcia Naber & George Osborn & Jackie Neville
“Winnie the Pooh,” August 1980 at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Marjorie Sangster
“Hello Dolly!,” November 1980 at Civic Center, directed by Bob Thompson
“Forty Carats,” January 1981 at Civic Center, directed by Joe Straka
“Photo Finish,” April 1981 at Civic Center, directed by Ray Schooley
“Luv,” June 1981 at Civic Center, directed by Nancy Wolter
“The Point,” August 1981 at Civic Center, directed by Bob Olson
“Finian’s Rainbow,” November 1981 at Civic Center, directed by Mark Britton
“Play It Again, Sam,” January 1982 at Civic Center, directed by Sam Straka
“The Lion in Winter,” April 1982 at Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson
“Two by Two,” June 1982 at Civic Center, directed by Mark Britton
“Gyrant The Terrible Tyrant,” August 1982 at Civic Center, directed by Bill and Barbara Keagle
“Oklahoma!,” November 1982 at Civic Center, directed by Mark Britton
“Chapter Two,” January 1983 at Civic Center, directed by Jody Byers and Paul Swearingen
“The Rainmaker,” April 1983 at Civic Center, directed by Bob Olson
“She Was Only a Farmer’s Daughter,” July 1983 at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Jody Byers and Bil Larrick
“The Great Western Melodrama,” July 1983 at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Jody Byers and Bil Larrick
“Darby Daniels’ Doughnuts,” July 1983 at Albert Taylor Hall, directed by Lee Watson
“South Pacific,” November 1983 at Civic Center, directed by Joe Straka
“See How They Run,” January 1984 at Civic Center, directed by Sam Straka
“A Thurber Carnival,” April 1984 at Civic Center, directed by Kevin Gresham
“The Emperor’s New Clothes,” July 1984 at Civic Center, directed by John Young
“The Music Man,” September 1984 at Civic Center, directed by Mark Britton
“Here Lies Jeremy Troy,” November 1984 at Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson
“I Do! I Do!,” February 1985 at Civic Center, directed by Bill and Barbara Keagle
“Witness for the Prosecution,” April 1985 at Civic Center, directed by Peter Churukian
“Bloomer Girl,1985,September at Civic Center, directed by Paul Swearingen
“I Never Sang for My Father,” November 1985 at Civic Center, directed by Bill Keagle
“Comedy of Errors,” February 1986 at Civic Center, directed by Joe Straka
“Peter Pan,” April 1986 at Civic Center, directed by Marjorie Sangster
“Quilters,” July 1986 at Civic Center, directed by Barb Keagle
“You Can’t Take It with You,” September 1986 at Civic Center, directed by Sam Straka
“Bye Bye Birdie,” November 1986 at Civic Center, directed by Joe Straka
“Angel Street,” February 1987 at Civic Center, directed by Peter Churukian
“The Murder Room,” May 1987 at Civic Center, directed by Carl Sebens
“Mame,” November 1987 at Civic Center, directed by Bob Olson
“The Foreigner,” March 1988 at Civic Center, directed by Paul Swearingen
“Our Town,” May 1988 at Civic Center, directed by Bill Keagle
“Light Up the Sky,” July 1988 Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson
“Ten Little Indians,” October 1988 at Civic Center, directed by Lonn Pressnall
“The King and I,” January 1989 at Civic Center, directed by George Pinney
“Arsenic and Old Lace,” April 1989 at Civic Center, directed by Sam Straka
“1776,” November 1989 at Civic Center, directed by Bill Keagle

1990s
“Alone Together,” February 1990 at Civic Center, directed by Peter Churukian
“Nightwatch,” April 1990 at Civic Center, directed by Scott Rueter
“Cotton Patch Gospel,” July 1990 at Civic Center, directed by Paul Swearingen
“Inherit the Wind,” November 1990 at Civic Center, directed by Carolyn MacDonna
“Oliver!,” February 1991 at Civic Center, directed by Bill Kincaid
“Harvey,” April 1991 at Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson
“Dracula,” October 1991 at Civic Center, directed by Joe Straka
“Brigadoon,” February 1992 at Civic Center, directed by Bob Olson
“The Nerd,” March 1992 at Civic Center, directed by Carl Sebens
“Bleacher Bums,” June 1992 at Civic Center, directed by Sam Straka
“Nunsense,” November 1992 at Civic Center, directed by Paul Whobrey
“Rumors,” February 1993 at Civic Center, directed by Scott Rueter
“My Fair Lady,” April 1993 at Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson
“The Glass Menagerie,” October 1993 at Civic Center, directed by Carl Sebens
“School for Scandal,” December 1993 at Civic Center, directed by Joe Straka
“Social Security,” February 1994 at Civic Center, directed by Bob Olson
“Cabaret,” April 1994 at Civic Center, directed by Peter Churukian
“Annie,” October 1994 at Civic Center, directed by Bob Olson
“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” February 1995 at Civic Center, directed by Bill Keagle
“Steel Magnolias,” May 1995 at Civic Center, directed by Jim Kleckner
“Leader of the Pack,” October 1995 at Civic Center, directed by Carl Sebens
“Bathroom Humor,” February 1996 at Civic Center, directed by Scott Rueter
“Into the Woods,” April 1996 at Civic Center, directed by Bob Olson
“Odd Couple (Female Version),” November 1996 at Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson
“The Seven Year Itch,” February 1997  at Civic Center, directed by Sam Straka
“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” April 1997 at Civic Center, directed by Mike Redlinger
“On Golden Pond,” November 1997 at Civic Center, directed by Scott Rueter
“Lend Me a Tenor,” February 1998 at Civic Center, directed by Jerry Johnson
“Camelot,” April 1998 at Civic Center, directed by Bill Keagle
“Nunsense II The Second Coming,” November 1998 at Civic Center, directed by Dick Borders
“Noises Off,” February 1999 at Civic Center, directed by Peter Churukian
“Fiddler on the Roof,” April 1999 at Civic Center, directed by Robert C. Olson
“Musical Comedy Murders of 1940,” November 1999 at Civic Center, directed by Angela Bayler

2000s
“Big River,” February 2000 at Civic Center, directed by Mike Redlinger
“Once Upon a Mattress,” April 2000 at Civic Center, directed by Jerry Johnson
“She Loves Me,” November 2000 at Civic Center, directed by Robert C. Olson
“Bus Stop,” February 2001 at Civic Center, directed by Bill Keagle
“Dearly Departed” April 2001 at Civic Center, directed by Joe Straka
“Moon Over Buffalo,” November 2001 at Civic Center, directed by Jayson Albright
“Deathtrap, ” February 2002 at Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson
“”Anything Goes,” April 2002 at Civic Center, directed by Mike Redlinger
“Pump Boys and Dinettes,” November 2002 at Civic Center, directed by Dick Borders
“Epic Proportions,” February 2003 at Civic Center, directed by Jayson Albright
“Ragtime,” April 2003 at Civic Center, directed by Mike Redlinger
“Guys & Dolls,” November 2003 at Civic Center, directed by Jerry Johnson
“Barefoot in the Park,” February 2004 at Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson
“Arsenic and Old Lace,” April 2004 at Civic Center, directed by Tim Haworth
“Annie Get Your Gun,” November 2004 at Civic Center, directed by Mike Redlinger
“How the Other Half Loves,” February 2005 at Civic Center, directed by Jayson Albright
“Everybody Loves Opal,” April 2005 at Civic Center, directed by Jo Ellen Tamen
“Sylvia,” August 2005 at Civic Center, directed by Rick Smith
“AIDA,” November 2005 at Civic Center, directed by Mike Redlinger
“The Man Who Came to Dinner,” February 2006 at Civic Center , directed by Nancy Sullivan
“Man of La Mancha,” April 2006 at Civic Center, directed by Bill Keagle
“God’s Favorite,” November 2006 at Civic Center, directed by Doug Bishop
“Wait Until Dark,” February 2007 at Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson
“Nunsensations,” April 2007, at Civic Center, directed by Nancy Sullivan
“A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum,”  November 2007 at Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson
“The Cemetery Club,” February 2008 at Civic Center, directed by Carl Sebens
“Death By Chocolate,” April 2008 at Civic Center, directed by Tim Haworth
“Music Man,” November 2008 at Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson
“You Can’t Take It with You,” February 2009 at Civic Center, directed by Andrew Curry
“Steel Magnolias,” April 2009 at Civic Center, directed by Carl Sebens
“Pajama Game,” November 2009 at Civic Center, directed by Anne Thompson

2010s
“Leading Ladies,” February 2010 at the Civic Center, directed by John Poling
“The Baseball Show,” April 2010 at the Civic Center, directed by Dan Cox
“Suds,” November 2010 at Civic Center, directed by Nancy Sullivan
“Blithe Spirit,” February 2011 at Civic Center, directed by Eleanor Wood
“Play On,” April 2011 at Civic Center, directed by Andrew Curry
“Rumors,” October 2011 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by Scott Rueter
“Bathroom Humor,” January 2012 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by Carl Sebens
“The 39 Steps,” March 2012 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by Jerry Johnson
“Moonlight & Magnolias,” October 2012 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by Penny Williams
“Leaving Iowa,” January 2013 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by Doug Bishop
“Marrying Terry,” March 2013 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by John Poling
“Bleacher Bums,” October 2013 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by Janet Patterson
“Desperate Affection,” January 2014 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by Michelle Stephens
“Cotton Patch Gospel,” March 2014 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by Jerry Johnson
“Monty Python’s Spamelot,” October 2014 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by Michelle Stephens
“The Hallelujah Girls,” January 2015 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by Kathy Zientara
“The Glass Menagerie,” March 2015 at Shilling Auditorium, directed by Katie Eytchison
“Explorers Club,” October 2015, Shilling Auditorium, directed by Jayson Albright
“Avenue Q,” April 2016, Shilling Auditorium, directed by Jerry Johnson
“Dinner at 8, Dead by 9,” July 2016, Main Hangar directed by Kathy Zientara
“10, Din & A Grin,” August 2016, Main Hangar, directed by John Poling
“The Great American Trailer Park Musical,” October 2016, Civic Center, directed by Kathy Zientara
“Vanya, Sonya, Masha, Spike,” February 2017, Civic Center, directed by Al Scheider
“The Last Round-Up of the Guacamole Queens,” May 2017, Civic Center, directed by Kathy Zientara