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Season 46

Revisit old favorites, find fresh perspectives on timeless classics, and be part of groundbreaking new theatre. From Ebenezer Scrooge and Sherlock Holmes to your neighbors in Kennett Square, the people, places, and stories that connect us take center stage in 2020/2021.

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~ The Productions ~


By Eisa Davis
Directed by David Mendizábal
September 24 - October 25, 2020
Steinbright Stage

In Kennett Square, “the mushroom capital of the world,” intersecting lives of immigrant families collide when a workplace injury, an unexpected romance, and the increased presence of ICE have far-reaching ramifications for the entire community. From Pulitzer Prize finalist Eisa Davis, Mushroom is the third locally-inspired world premiere developed through our New Play Frontiers program, following Project Dawn and Mud Row.

Mushroom has been supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.


A Christmas Carol

By Charles Dickens
A New Adaptation by Zak Berkman
Directed by David Bradley
November 19, 2020 - January 3, 2021
Leonard C. Haas Stage

Callous Scrooge, shackled Marley, and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Future spring vividly to life in a fresh adaptation of our favorite yuletide ghost story. Featuring a vibrant mix of newly arranged 19th century English carols and original songs, this music-infused retelling captures the transformative joy and generosity of Charles Dickens’ beloved classic.

A Christmas Carol is family friendly but not a musical panto. Our signature holiday pantos will be back in Season 21/22!



By Lee Blessing
Directed by Abigail Adams
January 13 - February 7, 2021
Steinbright Stage

Banished to Northwest Jersey by her mob-ruling brothers, clairvoyant Vivie tries to forget that she knows too much. After a college journalist drops by for a psychic reading, unburied secrets lead to an epic showdown that changes everything. Supernatural drama meets crime thriller in Lee Blessing’s (A Walk in the Woods) delightfully dark comedy about making the best of the family you’ve got.


A Raisin in the Sun

By Lorraine Hansberry
Directed by Amina Robinson
February 24 - March 28, 2021
Leonard C. Haas Stage

Simultaneously intimate and mythic in scope, Lorraine Hansberry’s pivotal drama “changed American theatre forever” (The New York Times). Three generations of the Younger family share a cramped apartment on the segregated South Side of 1950s Chicago. The late Mr. Younger’s life insurance policy could mean a fresh start, but disputes over how to spend the money reveal deep generational divides.



By Amy Berryman
Directed by Jackson Gay
April 7 - May 2, 2021
Steinbright Stage

As Earth becomes increasingly uninhabitable, space colonization is within reach. Twin sisters Stella and Cassie, both young and ambitious NASA scientists, have worked tirelessly toward this goal. But deep-seated rivalry, personal entanglements, and conflicting philosophies threaten to drive them irrevocably apart—while the planet’s fate hangs in the balance. This incredibly smart new drama hails from one of American theatre’s rising female voices.


Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical

By B. Jeffrey Madoff with Lloyd Price
Directed by Sheldon Epps
May 19 - June 13, 2021
Leonard C. Haas Stage

From digging ditches in Kenner, Louisiana to national teen sensation, the incredible story of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend Lloyd Price has never been told—until now. Featuring Lloyd’s million-selling hits "Lawdy Miss Clawdy,” “Stagger Lee,” and the iconic song that became his namesake, "Personality," this world premiere musical celebrates the life and music of Lloyd "Mr. Personality" Price.


Steel Magnolias

By Robert Harling
Directed by Abigail Adams
June 23 - July 25, 2021
Steinbright Stage

The reigning ladies of a small Louisiana parish spend Saturday mornings at Truvy Jones’ beauty parlor. With help from aspiring beautician Annelle, Truvy doles out gossip, wisecracks, and hairspray to “grande dame” Miss Clairee, the lovable curmudgeon Ouiser, queen bee M’Lynn, and M’Lynn’s vivacious daughter Shelby. Six unforgettable women command the stage in this hilarious and heart-wrenching favorite.


Sherlock Holmes & the Raven's Curse

By R. Hamilton Wright
Based on the works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Directed by David Bradley
August 4 - 29, 2021
Leonard C. Haas Stage

Armed with witty repartee and the powers of deduction, your favorite crime-solving duo take on a brand new case. Following the mysterious death of Sherlock’s uncle, Holmes and Watson travel to Scotland to investigate a cryptic message left in his will. Aided by “the only woman Sherlock ever loved,” they must crack the code before someone else falls prey to the infamous Raven of Skye.