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Drama Productions

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For our Second show - Friday, April 12th! 


It's dinnertime, and you're invited to a meal so good it's to die for!
In New York's little Italy, the Donnaduccce family and the Duccedonni family have been feuding for a generation, while operating two competing Italian restaurants that share a common wall. As customers in these restaurants, the audience must cast their vote for whodunit!
This offbeat comedic mystery will delight you with its face paced entertaining story and its colorful characters.

DEATH BY DESSERT is our attempt to you an evening of fun and entertainment-while also reminding us to not let a root of bitterness take root in our hearts towards our brothers and sisters. The consequences of such actions are devastating - as we show in a comedic way. Showing this truth as a comedy will allow you to remember these truths in your own life. I John 3:15

Menu: Salad, Breadsticks/Italian Bread, Lasagna, Meatballs, Dessert, Coffee & drinks.

Gluten free options available.


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Here's a little scene from Cactus Pass, written by Karen Woodford and adapted by Brenda Krewson. It was performed on April 26, 2013. 


2013 - Cactus Pass written by Karen Woodford and adapted by Brenda Krewson



2012- The Lions of Trondheim by Jim Potter




2011 - Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen

2010 - Riches to Rags by Dennis and Nan Allen

2009 - Dreams in the City of Fire by Jim Potter

2008 - The Prince & the Pauper by Mark Twain adapted by James Devita


2007 - Ai-Weh-Deh compiled by Carlene Van Cott


2006 - On Every Side by Karen Kingsbury


2005 - In Due Season by Sandi Zimmerman Rebert



Behind the Scenes Through the Years


Our MOST RECENT drama productions:

2018 Martyred: The Chet Bitterman Story by Dan Neidermyer

2017 DASTARDLY DEEDS by Squire Fridell

2016 PURSUED by George Christison

2015 - The Missionary of Oz by Brian Sylvia

2014 - The Wedding by Jeff & Marsha Hansen