Springboard Season Schedule 

Membership Tickets

You can use your Springboard Season Tickets for any of these shows.

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Springboard Season

Us Three and OCD by Sarah Antoni

Jan 24 at 7 pm

Us Three and OCD is a story from the point of view of someone suffering with harm OCD who ends up making friends with two people in her IOP OCD program.

$10, Ticket is also for The Box or Honey Gatherers of the Mind

The Box or Honey Gatherers of the Mind by Miles Martin

Jan 24 at 7 pm

Five insects face death in captivity; all are played by a single actor.

$10, Ticket is also for Us Three and OCD

Billy Shakesman Explained: A Doofus' Guide To The Classics

Jan 31 at 7 pm

Get on you doofus caps and get ready to have the most confusing plays in the world explained in like 10 minutes. Feel smart and cultured even though you're not!

$10

Gay Seinfeld by Ezra Jordan

Feb 7 at 7 pm

It's Seinfeld - but gay.

$10, Ticket is also for The Chameleon

The Chameleon by Claudia Bach, directed by Ryan Sekac

Feb 7 at 7 pm

How do you know you are what you say?  Can you really be sure that you are not a criminal?  How well do you the person next to you?  Could they also be a lizard?

 

A quiet country couple has their simple world turned over when faced with these very questions.  Watch them face down the interrogation of the state in this short, dynamic original work from Claudia Bach.

$10, Ticket is also for Gay Seinfeld

Feb 14 at 7 pm

Ralph Vaughan Williams's one-act opera Riders to the Sea and an innovative staging of his song cycle Songs of Travel. This directed by Rachel Hanauer, Assistant Directed by Jeff Blanchette and music-directed by Nathaniel Baker on piano.

 

Riders to the Sea is a short opera based on the play by J. Synge. It poetically dramatizes an Irish story about a family finding themselves up against the unbeatable forces of the sea. This will be performed by Kate Norigian, soprano (Cathleen), Rachel Hanauer, soprano (Nora), Julie Rumbold, mezzo-soprano (Maurya), Nicholas Tocci, baritone (Bartley) and features an SSAA women's chorus. Songs of Travel is a song cycle with poems by Robert Lewis Stevenson about the life, love, freedom, and emotions of a vagabond.

Feb 21 at 7 pm

Matthew Freeman's subtle yet piercing piece, "That Which Isn't," is a tale of two goodbyes that Helen must make, revealing how we choose to remember (and forget) another.

Grab your dice and your cloak and get ready for a night of adventure that no one can predict! Once Upon a Tabletop is a long-form improvised show with elements of D&D and fantasy adventure.

Two cousins try to defy the cards they were dealt and claim success in the best way they know how. It’s an examination of class, family, survival, and the reality of trying to achieve the American Dream while being a minority in the land of the “free”.

Grab some popcorn and a buddy to get ready for this double feature at the drive-in! It features improv in the style of classic sci-fi, western, and horrors you could watch back in the drive-in heyday!

A celebration of the music of Stephen Sondheim, complete with cake on the brilliant composer's 90th birthday! Some of our favorite musicals we've done at the CTC have been by Sondheim - Assassins (2013), Sweeney Todd (2015), Gypsy (2019), and our upcoming production of Into the Woods (fall 2020)!

There are so many times in our lives where we wonder what would have been different if we had decided to make another choice at just the right moment- now, you can find out!

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