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The Crucible 2010

The Crucible 2010

Note: The dates and directors of the first 31 shows are unknown at this time. The earlier shows list the play, date when known and director.

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee, directed by Matt Silver, Canceled
Doubt, A Parable by John Patrick Shanley, directed by Richard Troiano, May/June 2015
Deathtrap by Ira Levin, directed by Joel Karpoff, January 2015
Dividing the Estate by Horton Foote, directed by Elaine Hartel, November 2014
Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring, directed by Richard Troiano, May 2014
Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie, directed by Dan Friedman, January/February 2014
California Suite by Neil Simon, directed by Joel Karpoff, October/November 2013
Mama Won’t Fly, by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten, directed by Chris Arena, Spring 2013
Come Blow Your Horn, by Neil Simon, directed by Joel Karpoff, January/February 2013
On Golden Pond by Ernest Thompson, directed by Richard Troiano, January/February 2012
Scapin, by Moliere, directed by Marilyn Heberling, May2012
The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams, directed by Richard Troiano, January/February 2012
The Prisoner of Second Avenue, by Neil Simon, directed by Joel Karpoff, October, November 2011
Agnes of God, by John Pielmeier, directed by Maureen Howard, April 2011
Barefoot in the Park, by Neil Simon, directed by Joel Karpoff, January 2011
Move Over, Mrs. Markham, November 2010, Kathy Colonna
The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, directed by, Marilyn Heberling, january 2010
Social Security, directed by Joel Karpoff, April 2010
The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, directed by Marshall Moseley, November 2009
The Philadelphia Story, directed by Debbie Levin, May 2009
Triple Play: 3 One-Acts about Theater, Karen Quinn-Panzer, Anne Rodgers Pearl and Sally Simon, January 2009
Night Watch, directed by John Coppola, November 2008
Broadway Bound, directed by Karen Quinn-Panzer, May 2008
The Cherry Orchard, directed by Melinda O’Brien, January 2008
All in the Timing, directed by Elaine Hartel, November 2007
Blithe Spirit, directed by Karina Ramsey, June 2007
The Little Foxes, directed by Dawn Bernitt-Perito, January 2007
The Trip to Bountiful, directed by Marshall Moseley, November 2006
That Championship Season, 5/06, Brian DeToma, May 2005
The Seven Year Itch, directed by Christopher Arena, February 2006
The Foreigner, directed by Elaine Hartel, October 2005
Raised in Captivity, directed by Marie Ricci Gelston, April 2005
Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller, directed by Michael J Muldoon, October 2004
Dearly Departed by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten, directed by Melinda O’Brien, January 2005
The Boy Who Fell Into a Book, 5/04, directed by Karen Quinn, May 2004
The Book of Days, 1/04,directed by Marshall Moseley, January 2001
Over the River and Through the Woods, 10/03, directed by Elaine Hartel, October 2003
The Diary of Anne Frank, 5/03, directed by Sally Simon, May 2003
The Man Who Came to Dinner, 3/03, directed by Maureen Howard, March 2003
The Last Night of Ballyhoo, 11/02, directed by Marshall Moseley, November 2002
Stepping Out, 4/02, directed by Melinda O’Brien, April 2002
All My Sons, 2/02, directed by Brian De Toma, February 2002
Witness for the Prosecution, 12/01, directed by Elaine Hartel, December 2001
10th Annual Playwright/Directors Workshop (in conjunction with Hand to Mouth Players), September 2001
Present Laughter, directed by Marshall Moseley, May 2001
A View From the Bridge, 1/01, directed by Melinda O’Brien, January 2001
Play On, 11/00, directed by Maureen Howard
Communicating Doors, 5/00, directed by Jeff Virgo
Angels in America, Part 2 (with Alpha Omega Productions), I, 4/00,directed by Marie Diven Stelluti
Delicate Balance, 3/00,directed by Brian DeToma

You Can’t Take It With You, 10/99, Marie Diven Stelluti

Moon Over Buffalo, 5/99, Maureen Howard
An Ideal Husband, 3/99, Marshall Moseley
Angels in America, Part 1 (with Alpha Omega Productions), I, 2/99, Marie Diven Stelluti
The Heiress, 11/98, Marianna Glidden
Les Liaisons Dangereuses, 5/98, Marshall Moseley
The Women, 3/98, Michael Muldoon
And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, 10/97, Brian DeToma
Night Must Fall, 5/97, Maureen Howard
Veronica’s Room, 3/97, Marianna Glidden
It’s Only a Play, 10/96, Brian DeToma
Don’t Dress for Dinner, H, 5/96, Marie Diven Stelluti
The Sisters Rosensweig, 3/96, Michael Muldoon
Lost in Yonkers, H, 11/95, Maureen Howard
Love Letters, Area Libraries, 1/95-5/95, Nine Directors
Hot L Baltimore, H, 5/95, Karen Quinn
A Streetcar Named Desire, 12/94, Marshall Moseley
Rumors, H, 10/94, Marie Diven Stelluti
Dancing at Lughnasa, 5/94, Maureen Howard
The Importance of Being Earnest, H, 2/94, Sally Simon
Our Town, H, 10/93, Marshall Moseley
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, H, 5/93, Melinda O’Brien
How the Other Half Loves, 3/93, Karen Quinn
Crimes of the Heart, 1/93, Brian DeToma
The Heidi Chronicles, 10/92, Mike Muldoon
Play On, 5/92, Maureen Howard
Light Up the Sky, 3/92, Greg Quinn
Workshops, U, 1/92:
No Exit, Michael Muldoon
Lord Byron’s Love Letter, Melinda O’Brien
Unpublished Letters, Karen Quinn
Of Mice and Men, Joe Peters
The Zoo Story, Jan Faubel
The Breakfast Club, Annette Vaccaro
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, H, 10/91, Brian DeToma
Mousetrap, 5/91, Maureen Howard
Nuts, 3/91, Greg Quinn
Steel Magnolias, 10/90, Marshall Moseley
Plaza Suite, 5/90, Joe Niola (I)/Mary Tsakis (II)/Greg Quinn (III)
The Lion in Winter, 3/90, Marshall Moseley
Born Yesterday, 10/89, Maureen Howard
Social Security, 5/89, Brian DeToma
Morning’s at Seven, 3/89, Marshall Moseley
The Best Man, 11/88, Maureen Howard
Agnes of God, 5/88, Joyce Koch
Don’t Drink the Water, 3/88, Brian DeToma
House of Blue Leaves, 10/87, Peter Kristoph
Picnic, 5/87, Marshall Moseley
Deathtrap, 3/87, Maureen Howard
On Golden Pond, 11/86, Marianna Glidden
Bus Stop, 5/86, Marshall Moseley
Appointment With Death, 3/86, Mike Burke
The Skin of Our Teeth, 10/85, Joyce Koch
The Man Who Came to Dinner, 5/85, Maureen Howard
The Shadow Box, 3/85, Marianna Glidden
Gemini, 11/84, Peter Kristoph
Company, 4/84, Peter Kristoph
Twelve Angry Men, 3/84, Joyce Koch
The Women, 10/83, Maureen Howard
Readings, 12/83:
Bald Soprano, Peter Kristoph
Enemy of the People, Marshall Moseley
Camelot, 5/83, Bill Felts
All the King’s Men, 2/83, Marianna Glidden
Steambath, W, 10/82, Maureen Howard
Lily, the Felon’s Daughter, W, 7/82, Joyce Koch
The Miracle Worker, 5/82, Ken Solow
Li’l Abner, W, 2/82, Mike Burke
The Runner Stumbles, 12/81, Peter Kristoph
Bells Are Ringing, W, 10/81, Maureen Howard
Shaw Workshop, 7/81:
Dear Liar
Arms and the Man
Saint Joan
Ten Nights in a Barroom, W, 5/81, Terri LaForge
Inherit the Wind, 3/81, Joyce Koch
Workshops, 1/81:
Look Homeward Angel, Maureen Howard
Long Days Journey Into Night, Marshall Moseley
The Runner Stumbles, Peter Kristoph
Bedtime Story, John Gordan
The Darkest Hour, Christopher Lanni
You Can’t Take It With You, 10/80, Maureen Howard
Workshops, 9/80:
Long Christmas Dinner, Ken Solow
Some Days It Just Doesn’t Pay, Tony Cinicolo
If Men Played Cards Like Women Do, Harry Baxter
Sweet Charity, 5/80, Terri LaForge
Plaza Suite, 3/80, Joyce Koch
Original Children’s Show, Laura Wilson
Aria Da Capa, Verna Thompson
A Ballet Dance Recital, Madame Galina
Workshops, 1/80:
Teahouse of the August Moon, 10/79, Maureen Howard
Auntie Mame, 6/79, Maureen Howard
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, 4/79, Terri LaForge
Antigone, 11/78, Joyce Koch
Wait Until Dark, 10/78, Maureen Howard
Count Dracula, 7/78, Bill Yarborough
The Sunshine Boys, 5/78, Terri LaForge
The Good Doctor, 11/77, Joyce Koch
Mary, Mary, 9/77, Maureen Howard
Mr. Roberts, 5/77, Herman Zuckerman
Never Too Late, 2/77, Maureen Howard
Father’s Day, 11/76, Terri LaForge
Diary of Anne Frank, 10/76, Joyce Koch
Dirty Work at the Crossroads, 8/76, Terri LaForge/Maureen Howard
Stalag 17, 5/76, Herman Zuckerman
Come Blow Your Horn, 3/76, Hal Thompson
Born Yesterday, 1/76, Terri LaForge/Maureen Howard
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 11/75, Bob Verrone
The Drunkard, 8/75, Bill Felts
The Fantasticks, 7/75, Bill Felts
That Championship Season, 5/75, Herman Zuckerman
The Killing of Sister George, 3/75, Bob Verrone
A Taste of Honey, 11/74, Jack Mason
Steambath, 10/74, Bill Felts
And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, 5/74, Herman Zuckerman
A Streetcar Named Desire, 3/74, John Black
Last of the Red Hot Lovers, 10/73, Bill Felts
Lovers and Other Strangers, 5/73, Herman Zuckerman
I Never Sang For My Father, 3/73, John Black
Boys in the Band, 10/72, Bill Felts
You Know I Can’t Hear You When the Water’s Running, 4/72, Herman Zuckerman
No Exit, 2/72, Leslie Roberts
The Lion in Winter, 11/71, John Black
The Odd Couple, 10/71, Bill Felts
Spiral Staircase, 5/71, Maureen Miner
Luv, 3/71, Bill Felts
The Impossible Years, 12/70, Bob Heinhold
Ladies in Retirement, 5/70, Donald Grant
Two for the Seesaw, Owen Jordan
Look Back in Anger
Madwoman of Chailot
The Chalk Garden
Angel Street, 2/69, Donald Grant
O Dad, Poor Dad
A Murder Has Been Arranged
The Lady’s Not for Burning, 11/68, Donna Breed
The Public Eye
Gigi, Donna Breed
Blithe Spirit, Donna Breed
Barefoot in the Park, Donna Breed
The Boyfriend, Terry Jontow
Ready When You Are, CB, 8/68, Donna Breed
Curse You Jack Dalton, 1968, Donna Breed
In White America, 4/68, John Black
Critic’s Choice, 1/68, Donna Breed
Mary, Mary, 1967, John Black
Picnic, 1967
Once More, With Feeling, Donna Breed
A Thousand Clowns, 8/67, Herman Zuckeman
Dark of the Moon, 6/67, Lee Davis
The Tiger — The Typist, 4/67, John Black
Toys in the Attic, 3/67, John Black
Bell, Book and Candle, 1/67, Donna Breed
A Hatful of Rain
Arsenic and Old Lace
All My Sons
The Glass Menagerie
The Male Animal, Laura Wynant

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