The Three Sisters

  The Three Sisters, Russian drama in four acts by Anton Chekhov, first performed in Moscow in 1901 and published as Tri sestry in the same year. The Prozorov sisters (Olga, Masha, and Irina) yearn for the excitement of Moscow; their dreary provincial life is enlivened only by the arrival of the Imperial Army. The Read More

Twelfth Night

  In the kingdom of Illyria, a nobleman named Orsino lies around listening to music, pining away for the love of Lady Olivia. He cannot have her because she is in mourning for her dead brother and refuses to entertain any proposals of marriage. Meanwhile, off the coast, a storm has caused a terrible shipwreck. Read More

In A Dark Dark House

The distressing theme of In a Dark, Dark House is the perpetuating cycle of child abuse. That stems from the damaged brothers’ experiences long ago with a golden-haired college boy, Todd, who befriended their family. Decades later, a scene between Terry and not-so-innocent teenager Jennifer (Toni Clair) is downright creepy, sending the whole story into Read More

Who’s Afraid Virginia Woolf

A 1962 play by Edward Albee. It examines the breakdown of the marriage of a middle-aged couple, Martha and George. After a university faculty party, they receive an unwitting younger couple, Nick and Honey, as guests late one evening and draw them into their bitter and frustrated relationship. Role: HONEY  

Hot L Baltimore

Toni Clair was highly acclaimed by the original Off-Broadway director, Marshall W. Mason, Director for her role as “The Girl”. The play takes place at Hotel Baltimore where we follow along the bizarre lives of the residents that come together as a family. Role: THE GIRL

Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol

  “Scrooge? I have to redeem old Scrooge? The one man I knew who was worse than I was? Impossible!” So begins the real story behind Dickens’ A Christmas Carol—the story of Jacob Marley’s heroic behind-the-scenes efforts to save old Scrooge’s soul—and in the process, save his own. Aided by a Bogle, a malicious little Read More

Grease – Director by Toni Clair

Here is Rydell High’s senior class of 1959: duck-tailed, hot-rodding ” T-Birds ” and their gum-snapping, hip-shaking “Pink Ladies” in bobby sox and pedal pushers, evoking the look and sound of the 1950s in this rollicking musical. Head “greaser” Danny Zuko and new (good) girl Sandy Dumbrowski try to relive the high romance of their Read More

The Spotted Man

A play in One Act – The comedy adventure of a man cursed with a strange disease that may signal the end of the human race. Role: THE NURSE ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”600″]

The Sisters Rosenweig

  Gorgeous, Sara and Pfeni Rosensweig are gathering in London to celebrate Sara’s birthday. To a lesser degree, they also mark the recent passing of their mother. Set in 1991, the emotional weekend eventually covers everything from class and religion to culture, status and sibling rivalry. Inner demons are dealt with, and Sara’s birthday ultimately Read More


Sally Bowles is an American-singer and dancer who lives in Germany in the between-wars period. She dreams of becoming rich and famous, but has a clear drinking problem. She works at the Kit-Kat cabaret, a seedy place with suggestive musical numbers. The Master of Ceremonies, introduces and participates in the risque acts at the cabaret. Read More

Buried Child

  Buried Child is a play by Sam Shepard first presented in 1978. It won the 1979 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and launched Shepard to national fame as a playwright. Buried Child is a piece of theater which depicts the fragmentation of the American nuclear family in a context of disappointment and disillusionment with American Read More

Inherit the Wind

  At the courthouse in Hillsboro, a small Southern town, Bertram Cates is behind bars, awaiting trial for teaching his students about Darwin’s theory of evolution. Rachel Brown, a friend and fellow teacher who also is the daughter of the town’s minister, visits Cates. She brings Cates some clean clothes and urges him to plead Read More


  Madame Pernelle, visiting her son Orgon’s house, uses the opportunity to criticize all the members of the house and to praise their boarder, Tartuffe, because he is a man of such holiness and zeal. The others present offer objections to Tartuffe, maintaining that he is false and hypocritical, but Madame Pernelle will not entertain Read More