Last Train to Nibroc
by Arlene Hutton
Directed by Janet Peterson
March 18 - April 3, 2022
I'll be playing Raleigh

“We’re all changing. We’re all riding this country’s future like this train’s a’rolling along the track, just hoping we get somewhere and don’t run off the tracks somewhere along the way.” December 28, 1940. Raleigh, an officer on medical discharge, first meets May, an aspiring missionary, on a cross-country train, although they live only miles apart in Kentucky. In three scenes over three years, they laugh, relate, misunderstand, clash and observe what’s happening in the world and each other. Last Train to Nibroc is a timely love story that “weave[s] the epic and the incidental with the lightest and least obtrusive thread.” Ginia Bellafante, New York Times.


by William Shakespeare
Directed by Katie Merriman
May 26 - June 4, 2022
I'll be playing Claudius and the Ghost

It's Hamlet by William Shakespeare... with drinking.