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2016:
THE DEAD GUY, by Eric Coble
THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, by Lisa Lambert, Greg Morrison, Bob Martin and Don McKellar
ELTON JOHN, a new musical revue conceived by Brad Baker, Chris Crotwell and Mindy Neuendorff
2015:
BETTY'S SUMMER VACATION, by Christopher Durang
THE HEIDI CHRONICLES, by Wendy Wasserstein
LES MISERABLES, by Claude-Michel Schonberg, Alain Boublil, Herbert Kretzmer, Trevor Nunn and John Caird; based on the novel by Victor Hugo
SINATRA: Collin College sings the songs of Frank Sinatra; conceived and directed by Brad Baker, Chris Crotwell and Lissie Mays
STIFF, by Jeff Swearingen; based on a concept by Dave Tenney
2014:
A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, by Arthur Miller
COMPLETELY HOLLYWOOD, by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor, with additional material by Dominic Conti
IN THE HEIGHTS, Book by Quiara Alegia Hudes, Music and Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda
OUR TOWN, by Thornton Wilder
SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD, Music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
2013:
A MERRY JEWISH CHRISTMAS, by Josh Levine (Regional Premiere)
CABARET, Book by Joe Masteroff and Bob Fosse, Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb, Based on the novel "The Berlin Stories," by Christopher Isherwood; and the play "I Am A Camera," by John Van Druten
LOVERS AND EXECUTIONERS, by John Strand
MIDDLETOWN, by Will Eno (Regional Premiere)
SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET, by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler
2012:
HAIRSPRAY, by Marc Shaiman, Scott Whitman, Thomas Meehan and Mark O'Donnell; based on the New Line Cinema film written and directed by John Waters
OUR AMERICAN COUSIN, by Tom Taylor; adapted by Robin Armstrong
RAGTIME, by Stephen Flaherty, Lynn Ahrens, and Terrence McNally; based on the novel "Ragtime" by E.L. Doctorow
REFUGE, by Jessica Goldberg (Regional Premiere)
RUST, by Austin Bunn (Regional Premiere)
2011:
ATLAS OF MUD, by Jennifer Fawcett (Regional Premiere)
THE PILLOWMAN, by Martin McDonagh
RENT, by Jonathan Larson
UNNECESSARY FARCE, by Paul Slade Smith
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, by William Shakespeare
2010:
CRUEL INTENTIONS, by Robin Armstrong; adapted from the novel “Les Liaisons Dangereuses” by Choderlos de Laclos (World Premiere)
HELLO HUMAN FEMALE, by Matt Lyle
LITTLE WOMEN: The Musical, by Jason Howland, Mindi Dickstein and Allan Knee; adapted from the novel by Louisa May Alcott
THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, by William Shakespeare
U.S. DRAG, by Gina Gionfriddo (Regional Premiere)
YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN, by Clark Gesner, with additional songs and dialogue by Andrew Lippa and Michael Mayer; based on the "Peanuts" characters of Charles M. Schulz
2009:
BIG RIVER, by Roger Miller and William Hauptman; from the novel by Mark Twain
THE BOXER, by Matt Lyle
BUS STOP, by William Inge
DON JUAN IN CHICAGO, by David Ives
LIFE STORIES: A Musical Revue, featuring the songs of David Shire and Richard Maltby, Jr. (Regional Premiere)
2008:
BIG LOVE, by Charles L. Mee
BLITHE SPIRIT, by Noel Coward
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, by William Shakespeare
LI'L ABNER, by Gene DePaul and Johnny Mercer, with Norman Panama and Melvin Frank;
Based on the comic strip characters created by Al Capp
ONE SHOT, ONE KILL, by Richard Vetere (Regional Premiere)
THE RUBY SUNRISE, by Rinne Groff (Regional Premiere)
2007:
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, by William Shakespeare
COLUMBINUS, by Stephen Karam and P.J. Paparelli, with the United States Theatre Project (Regional Premiere)
DON'T ROCK THE JUKEBOX, an interactive musical revue written and directed by Brad Baker and Mark Mullino
FLAMING GUNS OF THE PURPLE SAGE, by Jane Martin (Regional Premiere)
HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE, by Paula Vogel
MY THREE ANGELS, by Sam and Bella Spewack; Based on La Cuisine Des Anges by Albert Husson
2006:
LIGHT UP THE SKY, by Moss Hart
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, by William Shakespeare
THE MISTRESS OF THE INN, by Carlo Goldoni; translated by Carmela Lamberti, adapted for the stage
by Robin Armstrong and Shannon Kearns-Simmons
ORPHEUS DESCENDING, by Tennessee Williams
THE ROCKY HORROR (PUPPET) SHOW, music, lyrics and book by Richard O'Brien;
with puppetry conceived by James Ortiz, Brad Baker, Dane Hoffman and Rusty Tennant
TWO ROOMS, by Lee Blessing
THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES 2006, by Eve Ensler
2005:
BAT BOY: The Musical, by Keythe Farley, Brian Flemming and Laurence O'Keefe
THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE, by Martin McDonagh
THE EXONERATED, a docu-drama by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen
HANDLER, by Robert Schenkkan
SEASON'S GREETINGS, by Alan Ayckbourn
TWELFTH NIGHT; or What You Will, by William Shakespeare
THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES 2005, by Eve Ensler
2004:
ALIEN VOICES, a "live" holiday radio show
THE HORTON FOOTE TRILOGY: Courtship / Valentine's Day / 1918, by Horton Foote
OUT!, a docu-drama written and performed by The OUT! Theatre Collective
PERFORMANCE ART PROJECT 2004, conceived and created by Shannon Kearns and the Performance
Art Project Ensemble (World Premiere)
REFUGE, by Jessica Goldberg
ROMEO / JULIET: A Hip-Hop Tragedy, by William Shakespeare; adaptation by Matt Tomlanovich,
with original music composed by John "20" Carrington
THE SHAPE OF THINGS, by Neil LaBute (Area Premiere)
THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE, by William Saroyan
THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES 2004, by Eve Ensler
2003:
ASSASSINS, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by John Weidman
BABY, music by David Shire, book by Sybille Pearson, and lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr.
BOY GETS GIRL, by Rebecca Gilman
THE COMPLEAT WORKS OF WLLM SHKSPR (abridged), by Adam Long, Daniel A. Singer and Jess Winfield
JULIUS CAESAR, by William Shakespeare
2002:
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, by Anthony Burgess
THE LEARNED LADIES, by Moliere
ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST, by Dale Wasserman, based on the novel by Ken Kesey
SIDE MAN, by Warren Leight (Regional Premiere)
TITUS ANDRONICUS, by William Shakespeare
2001:
ALIEN VOICES, by Leonard Nimoy and John DeLancie (Regional Premiere of live "radio play")
BEAU JEST, by James Sherman
PERFORMANCE ART PROJECT, created by Shannon Kearns and the Performance Art Project Ensemble (World Premiere)
THE RIMERS OF ELDRITCH, by Lanford Wilson
SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD, music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
YERMA, by Federico Garcia Lorca
2000:
DON’T ROCK THE JUKEBOX, by Brad Baker, James McQuillen and Jennifer Laws (World Premiere of an interactive musical revue)
FourPLAY 2000, an evening of one-act play World Premieres; including Noodling, Touch and Go, and Heaven by Vicki Cheatwood; and Sketches and Strings by Jason Stuart
MACBETH, by William Shakespeare
subUrbia, by Eric Bogosian
1999:
GYPSY, music by Jule Styne, book by Arthur Laurents, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
LOCKED AWAY, an evening of one-act plays; including Sweet Eros by Terrence McNally, and Through a Glass Onion by Jason Stuart - (World Premiere)
A NEW BRAIN, music, book and lyrics by William Finn, with additional book material by James Lapine (Regional Premiere)
OLEANNA, by David Mamet
THE THREE SISTERS, by Anton Chekhov
THROUGH A GLASS ONION, by Jason Stuart
1998:
THE APPLE TREE, music by Jerry Bock, book and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
BLACK COMEDY, by Peter Shaffer
BURIED CHILD, by Sam Shepard (Regional Premiere of the revised version)
THE DIRECTING PROJECT, an evening of one-acts; including Ancient History by David Ives, The Investigation by Peter Weiss, and a play without words created by Felica Wilems - World Premiere
GOD’S COUNTRY, by Steven Dietz
SYLVIA, by A.R. Gurney
1997:
FourPlay ‘97, an evening of one-act plays, including Stage Directions by Israel Horovitz, Big Al by Bryan Goluboff, The Actor’s Nightmare by Christopher Durang, and The Former One-on-One Basketball Champion by Israel Horovitz
THE HEIRESS, by Ruth and Augustus Goetz
LAUGHTER ON THE 23rd FLOOR, by Neil Simon
STILL LIFE, by Emily Mann (Regional Premiere)
YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU, by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
1996:
ALL IN THE TIMING, by David Ives
AS IS, by William M. Hoffman
BRAM STOKER'S "DRACULA", adapted for the stage by W.D. Richter, Gregory W. Isaacson and Brad Baker (World Premiere)
PICNIC, by William Inge
1995:
THE FOREIGNER, by Larry Shue
THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES, by John Guare
STAND-UP TRAGEDY, by Bill Cain, with music by Bill DeMain (Regional Premiere)
THE THREE MUSKETEERS, by Alexandre Dumas, adapted for the stage by David Richmond and Brad Baker (World Premiere)
1994:
BABY, music by David Shire, book by Sybille Pearson, and lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr.
Beep... BANG!, by Theatre Outreach Collective (World Premiere)
EXECUTION OF JUSTICE, by Emily Mann
THE FOX, by Yoshitaka Asama; a traditional Japanese drama created and produced by the GEN Theatre Company of Tokyo (American Premiere)
KRINGLE'S WINDOW, by Mark Medoff (Regional Premiere)
THE SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF INTELLIGENT LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE, by Jane Wagner
STEFANIE HERO, by Mark Medoff (Regional Premiere)
1993:
DRIVING MISS DAISY, by Alfred Uhry
THE HANDS OF ITS ENEMY, by Mark Medoff (Regional Premiere)
HEAVEN CAN WAIT, by Harry Segall
LOST IN WUNDERLAND, by Brad Baker and Lynn Zednick (World Premiere)
THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER, by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
ROMEO AND JULIET, by William Shakespeare
TERRA NOVA, by Ted Tally
1992:
A CHRISTMAS CAROL?, by Charles Dickens, adapted for the stage by Brad Baker; with original music by Bill DeMain, Deborah Evans, Brad Baker, Mark Carpenter, and Steven Curtis Chapman (World Premiere)
THE IMAGINARY INVALID, by Moliere
NOISES OFF, by Michael Frayn
THE REAL QUEEN OF HEARTS AIN’T EVEN PRETTY, by Brad Bailey
1991:
BULLY, by Paul D’Andrea
CHAMBER MUSIC, by Arthur Kopit
FOOL FOR LOVE, by Sam Shepard
THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF DOCTOR FAUSTUS, by Goethe
1990:
BETRAYAL, by Harold Pinter
QUILTERS, music, book and lyrics by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek
1989:
NOT YET CHEESE, an evening of scenes inspired by Feiffer’s People by Jules Feiffer
TARTUFFE, by Moliere