One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest written by Dale Wasserman from the novel by Ken Kesey directed by Brian M. Touchette ass't directed by Susan BoudreauxSep 21, 22, 27, 28, 29 @8pm Sep 23 @2pm
Dead Man’s Cell Phonewritten by Sarah Ruhl directed by Tanya LazarNov 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 @8pm Nov 11 @2pm
A Special CSP Holiday FUNdraiser One Dame Frolicking Fifteenth Anniversary Specialwritten and performed by Scott F. Mason as Dame EdnaDec 6, 7, 8 @8pm Dec 9 @2pm
Girls’ Weekendwritten by Karen Schaeffer directed by Don PrudenFeb 22, 23, 28, Mar 1, 2 @8pm Feb 24 @2pm
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? written by Edward Albee directed by Zachary JacksonApr 5, 6, 11, 12, 13 @8pm Apr 7 @2pm
Reneé G. O’Leary Fundraiser Pippinmusic/lyrics by Stephen Schwartz book by Roger O. Hirson directed by Sarah Nowak music directed by Julie Hall choreography by Kevin Shotwell Jun 7, 8, 14, 15,21, 22 @ 8pm Jun 9, 16 @2pm
Jan 9 & 10 (Mon & Tue) @ 7pm // callback: Jan 13 (Fri)
Tony Dallariva, a restaurant proprietor (early 60s). Joey Dallariva, Tony’s elder brother (early 60s). Millie, a Rastafarian and Tony’s employee (50s). Earl, an evangelical (30s) Mason, an evangelical (30s) Dillon,
Katurian (20s-30s) – A writer of gruesome short stories often involving children. His disturbed imagination was the result of having heard his brother being abused when they were younger. Consequently, he killed his parents and looked after his brother.
The Chapel Street Players are celebrating the launch of their 82nd season with their 53rd annual Renee G. O’Leary FUNdraiser – what better way to mark the occasion than with O’Leary herself gracing the stage as the wisteria-haired mother of “gigastar” Dame Edna?
Director Carol Van Zoeren is seeking actors for a staged reading of Palais Kokoschka, a new play by Abby Millager. This will be the official free, public presentation of this Delaware Division of the Arts award-winning work.