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The Happiest Millionaire

The true story of Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, an eccentric millionaire with pet alligators and a boxing Bible club. This lively story followed the journey of his three children as they navigated growing up, falling in love, and heaven forbid… maybe getting to the age where they might want to leave this perfectly happy home.

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Beau Jest

BEAU JEST, by James Sherman was about Sarah, a Jewish young woman whose parents were desperate for her to find and marry a nice Jewish man.

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She Loves Me

“She Loves Me” is the musical version of “The Shop Around the Corner,” starring Jimmy Stewart in 1940. The beloved story was re-released in 1998 as “You’ve Got Mail.”…

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A Murder Is Announced

It isn’t every day that a local newspaper foretells the time and place of a murder, especially in a sleepy village in the English countryside…

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Sabrina Fair

A delightful romantic comedy set in 1950s Long Island, Sabrina Fair ushers you into the luxurious life of the Larrabees—a family accustomed to leisure, power, and influence…

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The 39 Steps

Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a thrilling spy novel, add a splash of comedy, and you have The 39 Steps — a fast-paced whodunit! This two-time Tony® and Drama Desk Award-winning treat…

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The Secret Garden

Continuing our celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the revival of TMU Theatre Arts, we are delighted to bring this gorgeous, musical adaptation of Francis Hodgson Burnett’s “The Secret Garden.”…

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Over The River and Through the Woods

Nick visits his grandparents in Hoboken, NJ every Sunday for dinner. But what lengths will his grandparents go to keep him from moving to Seattle?…

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Northanger Abbey

Jane Austen wrote “Northanger Abbey” in a time when the overly dramatic Gothic Literature was quite in fashion and she observed the dangers of young people becoming too immersed in their novels…

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You Can't Take it With You

Audiences adored this classic comedy of errors! “You Can’t Take It With You” delivered a fun, entertaining evening for all! Set in 1930’s New York City…

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