Category Archives: Show

Twelve Angry Jurors (May 6 – 14)

Performed by the Bluegrass Players

One of the all-time greatest American stories in the public domain. Adapted from the 1954 teleplay 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose. 12 Angry Jurors showcases the difficulties encountered by a group of Jurors with various personalities and backgrounds to all agree on a verdict. The play also explores the power one person has to elicit change.

Baker Street Irregulars (May 13 – 22)

Performed by Spotlight Acting School Students Age 9-14

First appearing in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s original Sherlock Holmes story A Study in Scarlet, the Baker Street Irregulars are a group of street urchins who assist Holmes from time to time. This time around, they may be Scotland Yard’s only hope.
Upon investigating a mysterious murder at the Wainwright Circus, Sherlock Holmes mysteriously falls gravely ill and is unable to perform his usual duties. Luckily, the Irregulars show up and get the low-down from the acrobats, clowns, and animal trainers, as well as the circus owner and his daughter. With their snooping and clever detective work, the Baker Street Irregulars solve the crime and discover the mystery behind Sherlock’s sudden illness.

Treasure Island (June 3-5)

Performed by Spotlight Acting School Students Age 14-18

Drama, swordplay, fighting, double-crossing, and more fill this swashbuckling and challenging production.

FROM THE NOVEL BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

When this rousing adventure story premiered Off-Broadway, it received unanimous critical acclaim. Parents Magazine considered it, ’First-rate all the way, a delightful experience,’ and the New York Times called it an ’inventive classic.’ Treasure Island is certainly one of the most durable adventure stories of all time, with the villainous Long John Silver following young Jim across the ocean to search out a buried fortune on Treasure Island.