CaminOvations 2019 - Our annual awards to honor our directors, actors and tech crew! It's time to dress up and enjoy a fabulous show that's all about us! Preshow appetizers and post show appetizers provided.
It’s the 1940s. Kay Ridgeway is cruising on the River Nile on the paddle steamer Lotus. Kay has led a charmed life. Blessed with beauty, enormous wealth, and a new husband, she embarks on a honeymoon voyage down the Nile. Fatal circumstances await when the idyllic surroundings are shattered by a shocking and brutal murder. Under scrutiny is a multitude of memorable passengers, all with a reason to kill. The tension and claustrophobia builds, as a shocking and audacious conspiracy is laid bare.
Directed by Wendy Gallo
A World Premiere play! In 1880's London, there are gruesome killings in Whitechapel. The police are baffled. Inspector Lestrade turns to the one man who could help, Sherlock Holmes! Join Holmes, Watson, and Lestrade as they try to find this fiendish killer in one of the most horrific cases of the Great Detective's career. Match your wits with Holmes to find this famous killer.
Directed by Dan Blackley
Experience the story of the West’s most famous dentist and his journey from one who heals to one who kills. Doc Holliday tells his story to fellow inmates in a Denver, Colorado Jail cell in 1882. It is two months after he and the Earps have fled the Arizona Territory. The play is based primarily on the book Doc Holliday - A Family Portrait by Karen Holliday Tanner. Ms. Tanner is a direct descendant of Doc’s cousin, Robert Holliday.
The evening will conclude with Doc visiting with friends, Will Rogers, Buffalo Bill and Mark Twain.
In the opening, Charles Dickens himself is introduced to the audience, ready to present one of his famed readings of a new script A Christmas Carol to his guests. The story unfolds behind him, and soon Dickens is weaving in and out of the action, observing, performing small roles, interpolating short passages of rich narrative never heard in other versions. This holiday treat is a version that will transport you! Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is Adapted by John Jakes.
Directed by Darrell Hill