Almost, Maine
By John Cariani 
Directed by Walter Schumacher
​Fridays & Saturdays, March 6, 7, 13 & 14, 2015 at 7:30pm.
Sunday Matinees, March 8 & 15, 2015 at 2:00pm.
On a cold, clear, moonless night in the middle of winter, all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine.  As the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above, Almost's residents find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways.  Knees are bruised.  Hearts are broken.  But the bruises heal, and the hearts mend—almost—in this delightful midwinter night's dream. 

Soldier, Come Home
By Frank Wicks
Directed by Lester Paquin
​Friday & Saturday, April 10 & 11, 2015
Sunday Matinee, April 12, 2015
A special commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the end of the American Civil War.  This play brings to life the Civil War letters of Mary Luke Pringles, her husband Philip W. Pringle and family members.  Written from 1859-1865 from western Pennsylvania and from several major Civil War battles such as Antietam, The Wilderness and Appomattox, the letters were adapted for the stage by their great grandson, Frank W. Wicks.
Other Desert Cities
By Jon Robin Baitz
Directed by Diana Canterbury
​​Fridays & Saturdays, May 15, 16, 22 & 23, 2015 at 7:30pm.
Sunday Matinees, May 17 & 24, 2015 at 2:00pm.
Brooke Wyeth returns home to Palm Springs after a six-year absence to celebrate Christmas with her parents, her brother, and her aunt. Brooke announces that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family's history—a wound they don't want reopened. In effect, she draws a line in the sand and dares them all to cross it. 
The play's name refers to a control city guide sign on eastbound interstate 10 in California, which indicates that the freeway is headed towards Indio, California and "Other Desert Cities" (that is, the rest of Coachella Valley).
After an extremely successful run on Broadway, "Other Desert Cities" won the prestigious Outer Critics Circle Award and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 2012.