Issues of grief and depression are examined as Marjorie chooses what she wants to remember, and what she wants to erase. If given the same choice, what would you do?


Marjorie Prime is not a play about the people of the future.  It is about the people of today and how the technology of the future can change their life, for better or worse.


A 2015 Pulitzer-prize finalist starring Daniel Balsamo, Peter Goldsmith, Joan McGrath, and Susan Steinmeyer.  Directed by Wayne Mell.  Produced by Wendy Kaplan.


Read about Marjorie Prime in the Chicago Tribune.

World Premiere!

Broadway Try-out!

The new musical

Cooking With Bubbie opens March 19.

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Bernard Rice & Judy Rossignuolo-Rice

Fri, Nov 29 at 8:00 pm Tickets: $25


With musical director Beckie Menzie. Travel through time celebrating favorite musical duos.  You’ll hear songs made famous by Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, Louie Prima and Keeley Smith, and even Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, just to name a few.  ... more



Ari Axelrod

Sat, Nov 30 at 3 and 8 pm Tickets: $25


Direct from New York, Ari Axelrod will transport the audience back to the streets of the theatre district, your bubbie’s Shabbos table, or the places of your dreams, with songs from by the likes of Irving Berlin, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Schwartz, and Carole King   ... more

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