2015 - 2016 Season Something's Afoot, Sept. 25- Oct. 25, 2015 (Rebecca Ewen, Director) Musical Whodunit! A Year With Frog and Toad, Nov. 20-Dec. 20, 2015 (Jan Peterson Ewen, Director) Charming Family Show! ﷯Based on Arnold Lobel’s classic children’s books, A Year with Frog and Toad follows the two friends through all four seasons, from spring to winter. A cast of colorful characters enlivens their whimsical adventures, and the upbeat, hummable score will have the whole family humming along. You Can't Take it With You, Jan. 22–Feb. 14, 2016 (Carl Olson, Director) Classic Comedy! ﷯This tale of two families introduces us to the eccentric, good-hearted Sycamore clan and the conventional but unhappy Kirbys. Tony Kirby falls in love with Alice Sycamore, but the Kirbys are shocked by the Sycamores’ unconventionality. Will Tony and Alice find a happy ending? “You Can’t Take It With You” is one of the most popular and successful plays of modern times, a classic comedy which touches audience’s hearts. Romeo and Juliet, Mar. 11-Apr. 3, 2016 ( Rebecca Ewen, Director) Timeless love story! The children of two feuding houses in Verona, Italy, Romeo and Juliet fall in love at first sight and defy their parents in order to be together. In spite of the help of a friendly friar, their plans are thwarted at every turn. Shakespeare’s tragedy of two star-crossed lovers is perhaps the greatest love story of all time. A Little Night Music, Apr. 29 – May 29, 2016 (Jan Peterson Ewen, Director) Musical Comedy of Manners! Steven Sondheim re-imagines Ingmar Bergman’s classic film, “Smiles of a Summer Night”, and creates an elegant, witty, and moving musical tour de force. Set in Sweden around 1900, “A Little Night Music” follows the romantic entanglements around actress Desirée Armfeldt. The classic “Send in the Clowns” is only one of the memorable and beautiful songs from this enchanting show. Caught in the Net, Aug. 5–28, 2016 (Dan Estes, Director) Hilarious British Farce! ﷯This sequel to “Run For Your Wife” (part of WWCA’s 2013-2014 season) finds taxi driver John Smith still keeping his two families in different parts of London, unaware of each other. But when his two teenage children from different families meet on the Internet, John must keep them from meeting in real life and discovering the truth. Hilarity abounds as John goes to greater and greater lengths to keep the situation under control.

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Something’s Afoot spoofs British country house mysteries, especially those of Agatha Christie. When ten people are invited to the country estate of Lord Dudley Rancour, they’re shocked to find that their host is dead…and even more shocked when the butler is murdered. As the guests are picked off one by one, it’s a race against time to find out whodunit and why.