2010-2011 Season

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By Joe DiPietro
Directed & Produced by Tricia Hulet & Kellie Cunningham

This Spring, The Master's College Theatre Arts presented Joe DiPietro's hilarious and heart-warming comedy, "Over the River and Through the Woods". This show delighted audiences with lovable characters and a true-to-life story. Viewers followed Nick, a young, Italian-American guy from New Jersey, who sees both sets of his grandparents every Sunday for dinner. This routine is shaken when he tells them he's been offered his dream job. It will mean a cross country move...! His grandparents decide to do their level best to keep him around, and that includes introducing him to the lovely - and single - Caitlin O'Hare. Audiences laughed hard and maybe even teared up as Nick learned about decision making, life direction, himself, and the importance of family.

Family Dinner

Starring: James Phillipps as Nick, Marcus LeGault as Frank, Natalie Olender as Aida, Taylor Arnone as Nunzio, Brighton Prentice as Emma & Shannon Lyons as Caitlin.

Performed on: Thursday, March 24 - Saturday, March 26
Evening Shows 8:00pm, Saturday Matinee 2:30pm

From the Press...

"A hilariously funny comedy." - Back Stage

"Loaded with laughs every step of the way." - Star-Ledger


Fall 2010

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Written by Agatha Christie

Directed & Produced by Tricia Hulet & Kellie Cunningham

Performed October 15-23, 2010.

First produced in 1952, The Mousetrap is the longest running stage production in the world, with performances running continuously since it opened in London's West End. The story of suspense opens in the Great Hall of a manor house just miles outside of London. A murder has taken place, and our witty cast of characters will not rest until they know WHODUNIT!

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Starring: Jenny Breyman as Mollie Ralston, David Phillipps as Giles Ralston, Nicholas Root as Christopher Wren, Lauren Montague as Mrs. Boyle, James Phillipps as Major Metcalfe, Jordan Maeding as Miss Casewell, Roger Festa as Mr. Paravacini, and Joshua Chipchase as Detective Sergeant Trotter

From the Press:
"One of the most skillfully written murder mysteries ever produced" -New York Times
"A truly entertaining classic thriller" -The Sunday Times
"Deservedly a classic among murder thrillers" -The Observer
"The cleverest murder mystery of the British theatre" -The Daily Telegraph