Thank you for making our 2012-2013 Season a success!
CCT is pleased and proud to share our 2013-2014 season,
featuring two experienced directors making their CCT debuts.
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All of our our shows run for two weeks,
Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00pm, and Sundays at 2:00pm.
Dec. 6 – 15, 2013: Room at the Inn by Steven Pokin, directed by Joe O'Connor
It is Christmas Eve in the basement of a Chicago church that sometimes doubles as a homeless shelter. It is also the midst of the worst winter storm imaginable. The roads are impassable, there is no food in the pantry, and 41 guests are about to show up (including one seven-year-old boy). Over the course of a turbulent evening, tempers will flare, alliances will shift, and hearts will soften.
Jan. 24 – Feb. 2 2014: Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) by Ann-Marie MacDonald, directed by Joshua Cook
Constance Ledbelly – a Shakespearean scholar working on a theory that both Romeo and Juliet and Othello were intended to be comedies – finds herself transported into the worlds of the plays, where not only the endings, but the very characters themselves are nothing like she could possibly have imagined.
Apr. 25 – May 4, 2014: The Unexpected Guest by Agatha Christie, directed by Nada Vaughn
After accidentally running his car into a ditch during the middle of a thick fog, Michael Starkwedder finds himself walking into the middle of a murder. Richard Warwick has been shot dead and everyone in the house – including Michael – is doing everything they can to keep the police from suspecting his pretty widow who seems all too ready to confess. There's just one problem: she didn't do it. One of Agatha Christie's most perplexing mysteries.
July 18 – 27, 2014: Little Women adapted by Marian DeForest from the book by Louisa May Alcott, directed by Sheri Hogan Buy Tickets
This adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's beloved classic follows the four "Little Women", sisters Meg, Jo, Amy, and Beth March, through the events of their young lives. It begins with that memorable Christmas when their mother leaves to visit her sick husband and Jo sells her beautiful hair to help finance the trip. It ends five years later when the happy family is again preparing to celebrate not only Christmas but the return of Mr. March. In between the two events, we live, laugh, love and cry with the sisters as they go through the many trials and tribulations that have made this story a world-wide classic.
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