Future Productions

Fall 2024

Fall 2024 3 One-acts

Spring 2025


Prepare to see inspector Poirot in action in Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express, adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig.

Once again this grand performance is under the direction of Amanda Burger who directed Sherwood, The Adventures of Robin Hood, by the same author in 2023.

Shows will be performed on April 25, 26, 27 and May 2, 3, and 4, 2025.

Fall 2025

The tender and at times funny Neil Simon’s play, Lost in Yonkers will be directed by Shannon Murdock. This play won the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play.

It tells the story of a family in 1942 as seen mostly via the eyes of two boys sent to live with their stern and emotionally distant grandmother in Yonkers, New York, after their mother’s death and their father’s financial troubles.

The boys also interact with their Aunt Bella, who has an intellectual disability but longs for independence and love, and their Uncle Louie, a small-time gangster on the run. Through their experiences, the brothers learn about family, resilience, and the complexities of human relationships. The play explores themes of survival, emotional deprivation, and the struggle for personal connection and understanding.

Spring 2026

Len Tremblay is back to DCP directing the Leslie Kimbell play, 4 Old Broads.

“4 Old Broads” follows four lively and mischievous women living in a retirement community who are determined to add some excitement to their lives. The main characters include:

1. Beatrice Shelton – A retired burlesque queen who is feisty and fun-loving.
2. Eaddy Mae Clayton – A former actress who is known for her dramatic flair.
3. Imogene Fletcher – A retired hypochondriac nurse always worrying about her health.
4. Maude Jenkins – A woman with a sharp wit and a love for detective stories.

The plot revolves around their adventures as they plan a trip to a casino, while also trying to uncover the mystery behind the disappearance of a fellow resident and dealing with the antics of their overzealous nurse, Pat. The play is filled with humor, camaraderie, and a celebration of life and friendship in the later years.