Dcp’s Cathy Zeller directs the audience to joy in IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY, a 1940s radio show adaptation of the Capra film classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” (starring Jimmy Stewart) by Joe Landry. Upon entering the theater, audience members are greeted with small town cheer by […]Read more ›
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HELLO, DOLLY! is a classic piece of American Musical Theater. With music and lyrics by the formidable Jerry Herman, it boasts a score full of bright singable music. Michael Stewart did a fine job of adapting Thornton Wilder’s The Matchmaker, and the cast at dcp didn’t miss one of the […]Read more ›
When you first see the stage at DCP Theatre’s production of James Prideaux’s MIXED COUPLES, you know that you are in for an uncomfortable night. Set Designer Cameron Purdy puts you in an aluminum shack, not much bigger than a small public restroom. He cuts the proscenium stage deliberately in […]Read more ›
Whether or not you like playing bingo, you are in for a fun-filled show at DCP’s just opened two-act play, THE QUEEN OF BINGO. Because of the unusual and versatile arrangement of seating in the house at DCP Theatre, audience members will find themselves seated in what easily passes for […]Read more ›
Everyone needs an old fashioned escape into a good whodunit once in a while. Go to the theater, forget the rest of your troubles, and let a skilled cast of characters pull you into suspense and confusion. dcp theatre’s current production of GHOST TRAIN will do just that. Director Jennifer […]Read more ›