November 1-5, 2022
Directed and Adapted by: Justin Blum
David Spinks Theatre
Doctor Faustus is just about to embark on his career as a professor - but what will he profess? Law, medicine, logic, and religion all have their charms, but what he really wants to study is black magic! The only catch is that he’ll have to promise his soul to Lucifer in exchange for 24 years of service from Mephistophilis, conjuring demon extraordinaire. What will Faustus do with the power Mephistophilis grants him, and will he repent and save himself before his time runs out?
The Little Prince - based on the much-loved novella by Antoine de Saint-Exupére
February 10-18, 2023
Directed and Adapted for the stage by: Nicola Elson
The Little Prince tells the story of a world-weary aviator whose plane crashes, stranding him in the middle of the Sahara Desert. He awakes the next morning to the voice of the Little Prince. “Please, draw me a sheep.” As the Little Prince’s curiosity takes them further on their journey together, the pilot learns of the tiny planet from which the prince has come and of his wondrous travels among the stars.
This play is suitable for ages five and up and will take audiences into a magical world full of puppetry, masks, shadow theatre and live music!
March 14-18, 2023
Initiated by: Gail Hanrahan
David Spinks Theatre
A collection of short plays about love, sex, technology, and the future. Each play is set in a different possible future where one incredible new piece of technology has been created to enhance the relationships of its inhabitants. Nothing is impossible in TomorrowLove, but is any of this really making lives better?
Fall 2022 Production
November 17-19, 2022
Directed by: to be determined
It Comes In Threes is an expressionist piece that follows a trio of sisters who have suffered through the loss of their eldest sisters and her two daughters. Each deals with their grief in a different way. One is held back by the memories of what was and the ideas of what could have been, one is focused on all the hours she took for granted, one is left to cope with the words she can’t take back. Despite its heavy themes, there is still hope. Hope for moving forward without letting go of those they’ve lost.