2016 season of growth


Romeo and Juliet

A love worth dying for

February 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 26, 27 at 8pm

February 21 at 2pm

A violent street brawl between their rival families is the prelude to Romeo’s first encounter with Juliet. Despite this, and the fact that Juliet has been promised to another, they fall in love. But any plans for their future happiness are cruelly destroyed by renewed violence between their families, and tragedy begins to unfold. In this six-person cast and one hour long adaptation by Katy Brown, the movement from love at first sight to the lovers’ final union is unique to say the least. 


The Wizard of Oz


July 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 29, 30 at 8pm

July 24 at 2pm

Savannah Stage Company takes this much-loved musical and creates a brave and imaginative interpretation like none other. This bold retelling puts Dorothy in the middle of an attic where she greets the band of characters that help her journey down a path that is filled with mishaps and detours. This is the script and score everyone knows and loves, but Savannah Stage Company surrounds the material with simplistic actor-driven sound effects, found objects that are molded into whimsical props, and brave storytelling that explores relationships in a deeper way, all with only 10 actors. 


The Scarlet Letter

She will not speak

October 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 28, 29 at 8pm

October 23 at 2pm

Convicted of adultery, Hester Prynne is sentenced to wear the scarlet letter “A” for the remainder of her life. But someone in puritanical Boston is as guilty as she, and Hester’s husband, Roger Chillingworth, arrives on the scene determined to discover the secret identity of Hester’s lover and father of her baby. When the handsome young minister Arthur Dimmesdale falls ill to a strange malady, Chillingworth is convinced he’s found his man – but can he prove it before it’s too late? By Catherine Bush Adapted from the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne