Our Season

Nothing can stop Marie Curie in her quest for scientific discovery—not gender bias, ethnic discrimination, or personal tragedy.  After winning two Nobel Prizes, she creates mobile X-ray units that save countless lives of French soldiers, and at the warfront, she makes an unexpected discovery of her own.

Performances: 

  • April 20 2pm
  • April 23 3pm
  • April 28 2pm
  • April 29 2pm

What if your greatest dream … is a trap?

Performances:

  • April 20 8 pm
  • April 21 8pm
  • April 22 8pm
  • April 23 8pm
  • April 24 3pm

Can a “once in a lifetime love” get a second chance? FIRE ISLAND, Where love is for everyone.

Performances: 

  • April 27 8pm
  • April 30 8pm
  • May 6 8pm
  • May 14 3pm

The life of Annie Moran, a newly arrived Irish immigrant in 1800s NYC intertwines with that of scandal-ridden inventor Isaac Merritt Singer. Overcoming all odds and challenging accepted conventions of women’s place in society, Annie Moran and Isaac Singer forever change the world for women.

Performances:

  • April 26 7pm – Canceled due to Covid
  • April 29 8pm
  • April 30 3pm
  • May 1 3pm
  • May 4 8pm
  • May 8 7pm

A “spiritual quest” musical drama based on the true story of an American Red Cross medic’s  search for renewed meaning and purpose after betraying his pacifist vow “never to kill” in India during  World War Two.

Performances:

  • April 28 8pm
  • May 1 7pm
  • May 3 7pm
  • May 4 2pm
  • May 6 3pm
  • May 7 8pm

A time-bending 80s pop musical about lost dreams and the magic of second chances.

Performances:

  • May 11 2pm
  • May 12 8pm
  • May 14 8pm

An accomplished journalist discovers that her explosive, controversial magazine article might not be true.

Performances:

  • May 5 8pm
  • May 7, 8 3pm
  • May 10 7pm
  • May 11 8 pm
  • May 13 8pm