Presenting our 2023-2024 Season
We are so excited to announce our upcoming 2023-2024 season! We truly believe in telling stories that matter, and our mainstage season centers queer, female, and BIPOC playwrights whose voices will speak truth to our community. Explore the bounds of creativity with us as we welcome these plays to Waco, and prepare to have your preconceived notions challenged as we bring this art to life.
by Trent Clifford
A first-look workshop production
A modern retelling of Oscar Wilde’s A Picture of Dorian Gray, this brand new play raises more questions than it provides answers, forcing the audience to consider who is truly at fault within the tragedy that unfolds.
The Handless King
by Harley Elias
The world premiere production of two ancient Assyrian scribes, each fighting to keep the language they love. Ultimately their struggle reflects the eternal questioning of technological change, hope for revolution, state violence, gender, disability, and the nature of poetry.
'Twas The Night Before Christmas
by Ken Ludwig
November 30- December 3
The wild holiday adventures of a mouse, an elf, and a spunky little girl who just won't take no for an answer, on their quest to find out why Santa missed their house last year. A joyful tribute to the holiday season!
Un Hombre: A Golem Story
by Stephen Kaplan
A young man preparing for his Bar Mitzvah feels the loss of his dad even more acutely. In response to his grief, his struggling mother, a sculptor, brings to life one of her creations in the hopes of healing their family.
by Stephen Sondheim
Bold, original, disturbing and alarmingly funny, this is perhaps the most controversial musical ever written. It lays bare the lives of nine individuals who assassinated or tried to assassinate the President of the United States, in a historical "revusical" that explores the dark side of the American experience.
Parts and Pieces
by Amy Tofte
Two siblings arrive for a mediation after the death of their mother. Parker, a nonbinary individual, plans to use their portion of the inheritance for top surgery, but their older sister Mel, the executor of the will, has other ideas.
The Winter's Tale
by William Shakespeare
FREE Shakespeare in the Park
A classic Shakespearean tale about the power of perception. When jealousy tears apart the royal family, both aristocratic Sicilia and pastoral Bohemia are flipped upside down. Can time help heal even the deepest of wounds? Filled with magical statues and bear attacks, come join us for this magical play about the destructive and redemptive powers of love and forgiveness.