Don't Dress for Dinner
By Marc Camoletti
Adapted by Robin Hawdon
January 27th - February 6th 2022
Don’t Dress For Dinner centers around Bernard and Jacqueline, a not-so-happily married couple, both of whom are having extramarital affairs. As Jacqueline prepares to go out of town to visit her mother, Bernard invites his mistress and Robert, his best friend (and also Jacqueline’s lover, unbeknownst to Bernard), over for the weekend. He’s even hired a Cordon Bleu chef to cater the evening. Jacqueline discovers Robert is coming to town and cancels her trip, causing Bernard to panic. When Robert arrives, Bernard asks him to pretend Suzanne is Robert’s mistress. Robert mistakes the chef (Suzette), for Bernard’s mistress (Suzanne), producing a highly complicated dinner of hilarious hijinks, secret trysts and slapstick comedy.
*Masks are required for audience members
All My Sons
By Arthur Miller
March 10th - 20th 2022
How far would a man go to protect his family, his interests, and his legacy? Joe Keller, the patriarch in All My Sons, desperately wants to secure and maintain the financial security and legacy he spent so many years building, ready to hand it down to his surviving son Chris. At the same time, Joe’s wife Kate is still waiting for their eldest son Larry to return from war, determined that he is alive and will marry the former girl-next-door, Ann --the daughter of Joe’s former business partner who is sitting in prison, punished for Joe’s crimes. To complicate this family drama, Chris and Ann are in love and want to get married. In All My Sons, Arthur Miller creates a post-war American family in a tragic downfall of lies, greed, love, and loss, and demands its audience examine their own social responsibilities to all the sons of American wars.
The Trail to Oregon!
May 12th - 22nd 2022
Join our All-American family as they journey down the The Trail to Oregon! The Trail to Oregon is an original musical produced by Starkid Productions and was performed in Chicago in the summer of 2014. It is also the most historically accurate musical portraying the Oregon Trail to date; featuring 12 educational songs, a set precisely replicating the trail's landscape, and appearances from famous historical figures, such as: Henry McDoon, Cletus Jones, and Cornwallis. **Warning, this show contains strong adult language. Children will not be permitted without adult supervision.**
Tuesdays with Morrie
Mitch Albom is a newspaper sports reporter and husband whose busy life is filled with work and travel. He has become so absorbed in his work that it consumes his life. Morrie Schwartz was Mitch’s favorite college professor at Brandeis University. Although sixteen years have passed since that time, he still remembers his graduation day: he says goodbye to Morrie and notices that he is crying as they hug. Mitch promises to stay in touch with Morrie but fails to do so after college. Morrie has since been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gherig’s disease. Sensing that death is near, Morrie begins jotting down his ideas and thoughts onto scraps of paper. He also writes his philosophies on life and death. One of Morrie’s friends becomes fascinated with his writings and sends them to a Boston Globe reporter who writes a feature story about Morrie. The story gets the attention of one of the producers of the show Nightline who then does a feature story about Morrie. Mitch happens to see the Nightline show and recognizes his old professor. He calls him to arrange a visit. During their discussions (every Tuesday for the next few months) they cover many topics, including learning to accept death, loving others and being a better human being. Mitch is so intrigued by Morrie’s philosophies that he starts taking notes and even brings a tape recorder to the second visit. He takes time out of his schedule and faithfully visits Morrie every week. The conversations are powerful and very emotional. With each meeting, Mitch is learning valuable life lessons but sees Morrie becoming increasingly sick. How long can these conversations continue? What lessons will Mitch take away from his Tuesdays with Morrie?
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Sun City West, AZ 85375
Box Office Information
The Box Office located at Ghostlight Theatre is only open 1 hour before each show
Tickets for 2021 - 2022 season are $25.00
Youth Theatre Tickets are $12.00
Ghostlight Mainstage Performances are:
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:00pm
Saturdays & Sundays at 2:00pm
NO REFUNDS. TICKETS MAY BE EXCHANGED FOR ANOTHER PERFORMANCE OR EVENT. (Fees may apply)
WILL CALL TICKETS MUST BE PICKED UP NO LATER THAN 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE PERFORMANCE.. (Any tickets not picked up will be resold)
ALL SEATS ARE ASSIGNED.
THERE WILL BE NO ADMITTANCE ONCE THE SHOW BEGINS.