While The Sun Shines
October 12 - 27, 2001
Playwright: Terence Rattigan
It is 1943, the height of the German Blitz. On the eve of his marriage, the Earl of Harpenden puts up a drunken American Lieutenant for the night, intending to fix him up with a former girlfriend. Mistaken identities lead to comic chaos!
Ken Krugman; Jessica Baron (former student of CSC's Young Performer's Workshop and graduate in Theatre from Southern Methodist University, Texas); Comedic artists Wesley Stevens (NYC) and Allen Rickman (NYC) return to CSC; Also featured are Steve Barron (Metuchen), Amy Morse (Princeton Junction, now NYC), and Wayne Gordon (Augusta, NJ).
Mary Todd... A Woman Apart
Mar. 1 - 16, 2002
Playwright: Carl N. Wallnau
Journey into the mind of Mary Todd Lincoln, one of the most complex and misunderstood figures in American History. The gifted Colleen Smith Wallnau returns to CSC to portray this poignant, moving and often comic personal story of Mrs. Abraham Lincoln. Mary Todd...A Woman Apart explores the intriguing life of a woman who in her youth was said to be "the very creature of excitement." Mary Todd's life as the wife of Abraham Lincoln was destined to be mercurial. Playwright: Carl Wallnau, CSC's Artistic Director.
Wild Dust the Musical
June 7 - 23, 2002
Book and Lyrics: Flip Kobler
Composer: Dennis Poore
Based on the original play Wild Dust, this engaging Wild West story has been delighting audiences for years. And now, the original playwright, Flip Kobler, has joined forces with veteran composer Dennis Poore to turn Wild Dust the play into Wild Dust the Musical. Replaces Soccer Moms for the 2000-2001 season and individual tickets.
Co-produced with: Season Productions, LLC.
2001 - 2002 Music and Dance Events and Programs:
Cephas and Wiggins
Ebony and Ivory