July 20 – August 4 at the Auburn State Theater.

“Based on the 1968 film, Mel Brooks’s musical The Producers is a laugh-out-loud, outrageous, crowd-pleasing farce that has been a smash hit since its 2001 debut. Fading Broadway producer Max Bialystock is desperate to get to the top of his profession again, and he finds an unlikely ally in mousy accountant Leo Bloom, who hypothesizes that one could make far more money with a flop of a show than with a hit. Together, the two set out to produce the worst musical ever to hit Broadway, with the worst script, the worst director, and the worst cast they can find; the catch is that they will raise two million dollars to finance the show, and they plan to take the money and head to Rio when the show inevitably closes after just one performance. Too bad for Bialystock & Bloom that, against all odds, the show is a total hit! With dozens of big and bit parts alike, no shortage of showstopping musical numbers, and Brooks’ signature humor keeping audiences in stitches, The Producers is definitely far from a flop.” (stageagent.com)

Contains adult humor and language.

July 20, 21, 27, 28, August 3, & 4 at 7:30pm

July 22, 28, 29, & August 4 at 2pm

Advance ticket prices: $25 general. $22 seniors/students/groups of 10. General seating

At the door ticket price:$30

Tickets available at www.pcttickets.org. Ticket price includes a light dessert and a beverage.

Performances are at the Auburn State Theater, 985 Lincoln Way in Auburn.

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October 12 – 27 at the General Gomez Arts and Events Center.

“Seemingly comfortably ensconced in his charming Connecticut home, Sidney Bruhl, a successful writer of Broadway thrillers, is struggling to overcome a dry spell which has resulted in a string of failures and a shortage of funds. A possible break in his fortunes occurs when he receives a script from a student in the seminar he has been conducting at a nearby college—a thriller which Sidney recognizes immediately as a potential Broadway hit. Sidney’s plan, which he devises with his wife’s help, is to offer collaboration to the student, an idea which the younger man quickly accepts. Thereafter suspense mounts steadily as the plot begins to twist and turn with devilish cleverness, and with such an abundance of thrills and laughter, that audiences will be held enthralled until the final, startling moments of the play.” (dramatists.com)


March 8 – 23, 2019

Per Wikipedia: “In an unnamed European country behind the Iron Curtain in the 1960s, the American Ambassador must leave the Embassy for business. In his absence he places his incompetent son Axel Magee in charge. Almost immediately the Embassy is thrust into a crisis as the Hollanders, an American family of tourists, come rushing in on the run from the Communist police. Walter, the father, had accidentally snuck into a high security area and taken pictures, causing the communist to believe the family are spies. Axel digs the hole deeper and the embassy is surrounded, leaving the Hollanders trapped.” With mistaken identities, a little romance and Woody Allen’s one-liners, this laugh-out-loud comedy should not be missed.


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