Productions

2019 Season

 

The Heiress

By Ruth & Augustus Goetz

The Heiress takes place in the stately townhouse of Austin and Catherine Sloper. Set in the 1850’s, it is about a tumultuous struggle between a father and daughter over love, money, and family. Although set far in the past, the play takes on issues that are timeless. The audience will go on a powerful emotional roller-coaster ride as we root for Catherine to have a happy ending.

Suggested by the acclaimed Henry James novel ‘Washington Square’.

Dates: July 25th – August 4th
Venue: The Center Theatre at the University of Toledo Performing Arts Center

Eleemosynary

by Lee Blessing

Eleemosynary by American Playwright Lee Blessing, won the prestigious Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award in 1997. The play focuses on the lives of three generations of Wesbrook women. Blessing presents fragmented vignettes of the lives of the three women as they struggle to define themselves both as individuals and as part of a family unit. In this poignant and mature study of familial relationships, Blessing highlights the human need for connection and forgiveness.

Dates: September 12th – September 15th
Venue: Maumee Indoor Theatre

Remember The Night

(A TLTC Christmas Special)

Remember The Night is a re-enactment of the original radio show from 1940 written by Preston Sturges. It can best be described as an American Christmas-time romantic comedy. It was such a hit that Sturges immediately made it into a film starring Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray. The story has a hard-boiled District Attorney, a lovely and charming shoplifter, a trial, a car ride across the country…and is set on Christmas Eve! Oh, and did we mention cows? How can we go wrong?!

Dates: December 4th – December 8th
Venue: Maumee Indoor Theatre

2020 Season

You Can’t Take It With You

by Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman

One of the most daffy and delightful comedies of all time! This is the story of the Sycamore household, presided over by Grandpa Vanderhof, a former businessman who has turned his back on commerce in order to enjoy life. If this family is slightly ‘mad’…well then, so are we all!!

Dates: TBA
Venue: TBA

Our Town

by Thornton Wilder

A beloved American Classic! First produced and published in 1938, this Pulitzer Prize–winning drama of life in the small village of Grover’s Corners has become an American classic and is Thornton Wilder’s most renowned and most frequently performed play. This play takes us on a journey back to a simpler time; a small town, life, love, marriage, death, joy, simplicity. Please come and take this journey with us!

Dates: TBA
Venue: TBA

Remember The Night

(A TLTC Christmas Special)

Remember The Night is a re-enactment of the original radio show from 1940 written by Preston Sturges. It can best be described as an American Christmas-time romantic comedy. It was such a hit that Sturges immediately made it into a film starring Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray. The story has a hard-boiled District Attorney, a lovely and charming shoplifter, a trial, a car ride across the country…and is set on Christmas Eve! Oh, and did we mention cows? How can we go wrong?!

Dates: TBA
Venue: TBA

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