Our Current Season

We have some fantastic offerings for you this season – we hope you enjoy!

The Man With Bogart’s Face

by Andrew J. Fenady

Directed by Gail Cannata

Auditions – August 4, 5
Performances – September 20, 21, 22 & 27, 28, 29

Remember the good old days of radio—when people had to use their imaginations—when the mind was a stage? Those days are back—only better because you can SEE as well as HEAR radio programs. A man whose identity we never know has his face altered to look like Humphrey Bogart and is involved in a Maltese Falcon-type caper—like the old days when there were causes and dames and flags worth fighting for. And LAUGHS. Lots of LAUGHS, “a fast-moving story with action and staccato dialogue that literally bring Bogart to life.”

Bistro De L’Amour & Reconciliation

by Thomas Rieser

Directed by Thomas Rieser

Auditions – September 22nd & 23rd
Performances – November 8, 9, 10 & 15, 16, 17

BISTRO DE L’AMOUR  is a small family-owned restaurant, having been reinvented as an upscale meeting place for a variety of characters, ranging from old friends, young lovers, and seniors looking for early bird specials.  Relationships evolve between the diners, the workers, and the hook-ups.  Humor and poignancy abound throughout the 50-minute one-act.

RECONCILIATION  is a suite of touching and funny vignettes in which characters come to a resolution over their differences or are just reconciled to situations beyond their control.

Skylight

by David Hare

Directed by Justin Schaller

Auditions – December 1st & 2nd
Performances – February 14, 15, 16 & 21, 22, 23

Broadway and the West End applauded this intensely clear-sighted and compassionate play about a love affair. Kyra is surprised to see the son of her former lover at her apartment in a London slum. He hopes she will reconcile with his distraught, now widowed, father. Tom, a restless, self-made restaurant and hotel tycoon, arrives later that evening, unaware of his son’s visit. Kyra, who was his invaluable business associate and a close family friend until his wife discovered their affair, has since found a vocation teaching underprivileged children. Is the gap between them unbridgeable, or can they resurrect their relationship?

Stella & Lou

by Bruce Graham

Directed by TBD

Auditions – February 16th & 17th
Performances – March 27, 28, 29 & April 3, 4, 5

On a quiet night at Lou’s Bar, two kindred spirits seek solace as they navigate changing times and relationships past. An intimate exploration of friendship, forgiveness, and the longing for companionship that grows with the passage of time.

Arsenic & Old Lace

by Joseph Kesselring

Directed by Gail Cannata

Auditions – April 5th & 6th
Performances – May 29, 30, 31 & June 5, 6, 7

We meet the charming and innocent ladies who populate their cellar with the remains of socially and religiously “acceptable” roomers; the antics of their brother who thinks he is Teddy Roosevelt; and the unsavory activities of the other brother. Watch as this classic tale unfolds hilariously.

Audition Information

Keep your eyes on our auditions page for information about joining our cast for one of the upcoming shows.

Audition Information

“Suite surrender may be best play Gallery has ever done. Awesome cast. Everyone deserved same applause! Laughed out loud more then once.”

Jack Johnson

“Enjoyed opening night of Suite Surrender. Loved it, everyone played their parts well. I will return!”

Jan Nelson

“Wonderful community spot!”

M Evans

“Southern Fried Funeral was wonderful. We laughed and felt like we were a part of the play. Intimate seating for only 50 people. Great job by the cast.”

Betty Cloud

“Great, intimate venue for local theater”

Elizabeth Finlay

“Small and intimate, wonderful shows.”

Lynda Porter

“An intimate setting + top notch actors + clever scripts = a great time!!”

“The shows I’ve seen there have always been good. They cast their shows very well.”

“Every play I’ve seen at Gallery has been excellent– top quality drama and top-quality comedy. I’m sure I’ll attend many more plays there. I recommend it highly.”

“Last night we saw Love,Loss,and What I Wore. It was absolutely delightful, as always. I highly recommend going to see their plays!”

“We always feel so welcome whenever we enter the Gallery Theater. Tom Tawney greets everyone with a most winning smile and it makes us feel very comfortable. We came for the performance of Miracle on South Division Street. Everyone did a fanatastic job! We truly enjoyed this show. Gail gave a terrific performance even though she stepped in more or less at the last moment. Can’t wait to return for the Rose Colored Glass!!”

“I just saw Miracle On South Division Street and highly recommend it! It was both a funny and poignant story of a family with talented actors who really portrayed true family dynamics. There are still 4 more opportunities to see this special show!”

“This was not my first show, and I will be back for more.
The recent show was lively and well done.”

“We watched Grace and Glorie yesterday and abolutely amazed of the show. So much laughter and tears. Powerful story between 2 characters. A must see!”