Woman scolding another woman
Full production

Humbug

Dec 13 - 22, 2007
written by John J. Wooten
directed by John J. Wooten

Based on the story by Charles Dickens, Humbug follows the story of Eleanor Scrooge, a ruthlessly ambitious Wall Street executive who has an aversion to Christmas and an insatiable appetite for power. An upbeat and moving adaptation of Dickens’ classic, Humbug is one for the ages. With a contemporary flair, it is a tale the whole family will enjoy.

Dracula biting the neck of a woman
Full production

Dracula

Oct 26 - Nov 3, 2007
written by Stephen Dietz
directed by John J. Wooten

Stephen Dietz’s critically acclaimed adaptation of Stoker’s classic promises to take you on a terrifying and heart-pounding ride through a world where there is simply no escape from the “undead.”

Artwork of shadow against a yellow brick wall and title "ODD"
Play Festival Winner

ODD

Sept 7 - 23, 2007
written by Hal Corley
directed by John J. Wooten

A struggling tutor running from his past takes on a teenager with Oppositional Defiance Disorder, opening the teen’s eyes to a world outside his sleepy New Jersey suburb and proving hope and perhaps something more to the boy’s mother.

New Jersey Premiere

Regrets Only

July 12 - July 29, 2007
written by Paul Rudnick
directed by Ted Sluberski

Loyalty, marriage and manners are hilariously explored in Paul Rudnick’s new comedy sensation that took Manhattan by storm.

Play Festival Runner-up

The Green Man

June 22 - 24, 2007
written by Jim Knable
directed by John Pietrowski

A painter, an architect and a stone sculptor are all haunted by a mysterious Green Man who appears to each just when they need him the most. A powerful new play about love, loss and gargoyles.

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