Please join us for our new season! We will be returning to a fully in-person season for the first time since 2019. Our new season will have musicals, comedies, and dramas for every taste. Come out to see the shows, or volunteer to be part of a production. We have something for everyone and can’t wait to share it with you!
COVID Health and Safety
With the return to live theatre, the ICCT board has voted to take the following precautions with our in-person productions:
- All cast and crew involved with a production are asked to be up-to-date on COVID vaccinations for the health and safety of their fellow volunteers.
- Mask requirements will depend on community transmission level. If high, masks will be required (except for cast during tech week and during performances). If medium, masks encouraged. If low, masks optional.
Dogfight Cancellation Notice:
A lot of things have to come together to create a successful theater production. We are so sorry to announce that our first show of the season, Dogfight, has faced too many challenges and is now cancelled.
We have to thank EVERYONE on the creative team and in the cast who believed in and worked so hard for this show. We would have been proud to produce it. Richard Tiegs, we are so sorry that we cannot bring your vision to our audience.
If you have already purchased your tickets, look for a message toward the end of the week.
A Collaboration with Combined Efforts Theatre
October 21 – 30, 2022
Crowded alleyways and tenements near a shipyard are the setting for this adaptation of John Gay’s, The Beggar’s Opera, written by Janet Schlapkohl. A large collection of diverse characters, from the ribald, licentious, wicked and corrupt, to the foolish, tricky, and charming, offer an uncompromising look at society from its underbelly. Directed by Shay Lilienthal
By Jonathan Larson
Directed by Jason Millsap
Musical direction by Janelle Lauer
Executive producer Adam Woods
December 2-4, 9 – 11 and 16 – 18
A group of poor, young artists struggle to survive in New York’s Lower East Side over the course of one year. Set against the backdrop of the HIV/AIDS crisis, the story centers around Mark and Roger as they are forced to deal with love, loss, disease, and drug addiction. Winner of the 1996 Tony Award for Best Musical, and the Pulitzer Prize.
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
by Christopher Durang
directed by Barry A. Schreier
January 27 – 29 and February 3 – 5
Middle-aged siblings Vanya and Sonia share a home in Bucks County, PA, where they bicker and complain about the circumstances of their lives. When their movie-star sister, Masha, suddenly swoops in with her new boy-toy, Spike, old resentments flare up, eventually leading to threats to sell the house. Also on the scene are sassy maid, Cassandra, who claims she can predict the future, and a lovely young aspiring actress, Nina, whose prettiness worries the imperious Masha. Winner of the 2013 Tony Award for Best Play.
By Martin McDonagh
Directed by Brian Tanner
March 3 – 5 and 10 – 12
Katurian, a writer, is arrested for child murders that resemble his short stories. As the play unfolds, we learn that his stories are semi-autobiographical, inspired by the torture of his brother by his parents. He must fight to keep his work and life from being destroyed in the face of these revelations from his past. The play received the 2004 Olivier Award for Best Play, and two Tony Awards.
Book by James Goldman
Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Josh Sazon
Music direction by Wes Habley
April 28 – 30 and May 5 – 7
In 1971, theatrical impresario Dmitri Weissman hosts a reunion of ex-Follies performers in a crumbling theatre, setting the stage for a parade of brilliant pastiche numbers, including “Losing My Mind,” “I’m Still Here,” and “Broadway Baby.” Amid the reminiscing, two middle-aged couples confront some unpleasant truths about their past and present, coming face to face with the future.