PAST PRODUCTIONS

Romeo and Juliet

Directed by Daniel Wilson

This was our third season production, set during the time of the civil war. The Montagues from the north, Capulets, the old south. An easy visual for the audience to understand and follow.

The Merry Wives of Windsor

Directed by Susan Robert

In working with us for the first time, Susan chose a 1940s-50s sitcom theme for our fourth season show.

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Directed by Jene Rebbin-Shaw  

In our fifth season, "Courtship, confusion, and cross dressing" were the theme in a contemporary setting of the 1980s.

The Comedy of Errors

Directed by Susan Robert

In our sixth season, we ventured into the old college rivalry between The Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan State University. Fun for this Dayton, Ohio audience.

The Tempest

Directed By Jene Rebbin-Shaw

In her second endeavor with us, our seventh season had a contemporary theme, complete with cell phones.

All graphics and artwork by Jeff Goeke, Transpire Designs

As You Like It

Directed by Susan Robert

The Great Gatsby, 1920s fashion, and jazz all influenced this take on Shakespeare's fairy tale romantic comedy.

Double Falsehood

Directed by Jene Rebbin-Shaw

This play, newly introduced into the Shakespeare canon by the Arden Series, has only been produced a few times. Our production was the 2nd in North America.

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Much Ado About Nothing

directed by Susan Robert

A "Welcome Home" banner greeted returning soldiers in the opening scene of this production, set in post WWII United States.

Tartuffe

Tartuffe

Directed by Galen Wilson

Our eleventh season show, set in the 60's, saw the directing debut of our producer, Galen Wilson, and the introduction of an alternative playwright, Moliere, to our bio.

The Importance of Being Earnest

Directed by Galen Wilson

In another divergence from tradition, director Wilson shows us the comedy of Oscar Wilde. 

Many thanks to Historic South Park, Inc. for their continued faith and backing in our yearly project.

Our plays could not be produced without the generous gifts and resources from many. Special thanks for all the contributions of time, materials, and effort.

Our productions are free and open to all. Donations are gratefully accepted at the end of each performance with our most humble thanks for your generosity and attendance.