Past Shows

One- and two-person shows that illuminate the lives of interesting and important people. Among the shows that we’ve done are:

Here’s Julius! A Groucho Marx Story

For more than fifty years Groucho was a major force in the entertainment business. With and without his brothers he starred in vaudeville, radio, movies, and television. This play illuminates the private life of this most public celebrity.

Clarence Darrow

Known as the “attorney for the damned,” Darrow represented some of America’s most despised individuals, controversial ideas, and unsettling movements during the first third of the 20th century. He was a major force for social and economic change.

Confessions Of A Nightingale

A play about Tennessee Williams — one of America’s greatest playwrights. Williams lets us in on how and why an artist creates; where his inspiration came from, how his personal life influenced his artistry, and what happens when his work is rejected.

A Life of My Own: Meeting Eleanor Roosevelt

Commissioned by the Senior’s Theatre, the play focuses on the personal life of “the first lady of the world” and traces her evolution from a retiring young girl to a wise and purposeful world figure.

Love Letters

by A.R. Gurney, traces the lives of two people from their initial meeting in the second grade through their adulthood.


by Jefferson Morris, presents the life and times of Catherine of Aragon the first wife of Henry VIII.


by William Luce, is based on the autobiographical works of Lillian Hellman

The Last Flapper

by William Luce, the life and times of Zelda Fitzgerald the darling of the 1920’s designated the first “flapper” by her husband F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Give ‘Em Hell Harry

by Sam Gallu, a one-man show about the Harry Truman follows his remarkable life and career from growing up in Missouri to the Presidency of the United States.

The Belle of Amherst

by William Luce. Emily Eickenson was one of the two great American poets of the nineteenth century. This is an extraordinary play about an extraordinary woman.


Henrik Ibsen wrote A Doll’s House in 1879. It is an examination of a woman’s role in the male dominated society. This text was conceived and written by Alia Williams.