Arcadia Theater 2008-09 Season
The Rocky Horror Show
Oct. 16 – 26
Will creepy Dr. Frank-n-Furter's "secret to life" itself—absolute pleasure—do anything for Brad and Janet who feel "lost in time and lost in space," and meaning?
The Stonewater Rapture
Nov. 7 – 9
Immersed in a culture that simultaneously idealizes and forbids love, two Texas teenagers experience the full force of their physical attractions while coming of age in the Bible Belt.
The Wind in the Willows
Nov. 20 – Dec. 7
Rich and jovial but conceited, Mr. Toad learns an important lesson about friendship with the help of Mole, Rat and Badger in this beloved children’s classic sure to delight kids of all ages.
* Family-friendly show times.
Feb. 19 – March 1
The Women is social satire on the role of women in 1930's society. More than a play about gossip—the play is about class differences, the struggle for women to secure a place in the world and an exploration of maturity and friendship among these women. Rob Roznowski, Head of Acting at Michigan State University, directs the show.
April 2 – 11
Playwright Christopher Durang skewers our "age of therapy" in this rousing farce about two Manhattanites who make the mistake of asking their therapists for advice in their quests for true love.
Visit to a Small Planet
April 24 – 26
What kind of impression would you make on a complete stranger to the human race? Gore Vidal’s sci-fi romp lays bare—not alien—but American foibles.