Introducing Limelight Theatre’s 29th Season!


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IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING DATES
We’re so excited to be sharing our 29th Season with you! One thing you’ll quickly notice is a lack of dates in our list. Our intent is to monitor governmental and CDC guidelines on reopening and crowd sizes and then communicate our plans and dates clearly to our patrons and subscribers. Stay tuned!

Individual tickets will go on sale at a later date!

Jerry’s Girls

On the Matuza Mainstage
DATES TBD!

Jerry Herman’s ‘larger-than-life’ women take center stage in this dazzling musical revue, including Dolly Levi of Hello, Dolly!, Auntie Mame Dennis of Mame, Countess Aurelia of Dear World, Mabel Normand of Mack and Mabel, and female impersonator ZaZa of La Cage Aux Folles! Join us as we affectionately celebrate Jerry’s special gift for writing songs that capture the true spirit of the American musical theatre.

A Christmas Story

On the Matuza Mainstage
DATES TBD!

Ralphie Parker only wants one thing for Christmas: a Red Ryder BB gun — but everyone says the same thing: “You’ll shoot your eye out!” Take a trip down memory lane with this Christmas classic…the family’s temperamental exploding furnace; Scut Farkas, the school bully; the boys’ experiment with a wet tongue on a cold lamppost; the Little Orphan Annie decoder pin; Ralphie’s father winning a lamp shaped like a woman’s leg in a net stocking; Ralphie’s fantasy scenarios and more. This classic Christmas film comes to life for a perfect Holiday Season treat!

A Shayna Maidel

In the Koger-Gamache Black Box
DATES TBD!

Two sisters — one a survivor of Nazi concentration camps, the other brought up as an American — meet in 1946 after a separation of almost 20 years. In the course one evening, old barriers and griefs give way to a renewed sense of hope and mutual dependence — and the conviction that a better future may yet arise from the bitter ashes of the troubled past. A powerful, haunting and deeply affecting portrait of a family conveying the aftermath of the Holocaust through a poignant, imaginatively conceived examination of one divided family’s experience.

The Odd Couple

On the Matuza Mainstage
DATES TBD!

Opposites Attract! Think: Abbott & Costello, Laurel & Hardy, heck, even Jekyll & Hyde. Now, add Felix & Oscar to that list! Felix is a compulsive neat freak and Oscar is a filthy slob. These two suddenly single pals strain their friendship by becoming roommates and unconsciously repeating the same mistakes they made in the marriages they just left. Both are irresistible and lovable in Neil Simon’s classic comedy!

Always…Patsy Cline

In the Koger-Gamache Black Box
DATES TBD!

From the moment Texas housewife Louise Seger first heard Patsy Cline’s voice, she was hooked. After quickly becoming Cline’s biggest fan, Louise met her idol before a show one surprising evening in Houston. That night sparked a deep friendship between the two women which continued through the years, writing letters to each other as Cline’s fame skyrocketed. Years after Cline’s tragic death, Louise reminisces on their friendship and her love for the singer. Based on a true story, the musical features all of Patsy Cline’s greatest hits and a heartfelt, down home good time.

Bus Stop

In the Koger-Gamache Black Box
DATES TBD!

A snowstorm strands a bus outside of Kansas City, and its passengers — including a stubborn, lovesick cowboy and the nightclub singer he hopes to marry — seek shelter and warmth at a roadside diner. The motley crew spends one night together, filled with bluster, heartache, and laughter, searching for love in this classic American comedy.

Messiah on the Frigidaire

On the Matuza Mainstage
DATES TBD!

The small town of Elroy, South Carolina is thrust into the evangelical spotlight when what seems to be the image of Jesus appears on a refrigerator in a trailer park. The discovery by Lou Ann Hightower, her husband Dwayne, and her best friend Betsy, sets into motion a frenzy of conflict, communion and good old fashioned commerce. When the National Investigator turns the appearance into front-page headlines, their trailer park becomes a Mecca for miracle seekers, soul searchers and disciples with a decidedly political agenda. At the urging of the town’s business leaders, Betsy pretends to get messages from the appliance-based apparition, and the crowds multiply like loaves and fishes.

Once

On the Matuza Mainstage
DATES TBD!

Winner of eight Tony Awards and based on the Oscar-winning film, Once is the achingly beautiful tale of unexpected love between Guy, an Irish musician, and Girl, a Czech immigrant. The uplifting score—featuring the Academy Award-winning single, “Falling Slowly,”—is performed entirely on stage, with the actors doubling as orchestra musicians. Equal parts touching and inspiring, Once reminds us of music’s unique ability to forge deep, unspoken connections in our lives.