Our 2024 Season

Noises Off

Jan 5 – 21, 2024

Get ready for side-splitting laughter and backstage chaos as this hilarious comedy takes center stage. Directed by Jim Ballantine and written by Michael Flynn. Follow the outrageous misadventures of a dysfunctional theater troupe as they stumble through a play-within-a-play, resulting in a whirlwind of comedic disasters! Get your tickets and join us for a night of non-stop laughter, memorable characters, and impeccable timing. From slamming doors to mistaken identities, “Noises Off” will keep you on the edge of your seat with its hilarious twists and turns.

Over the River and Through the Woods

Feb 16 – Mar 3, 2024

Join us for an unforgettable tale of love, family, and the ties that bind, written by Michael Frayn and directed by Arnold Meister. Follow the story of Nick, a young man torn between his dreams and the deep-rooted love of his grandparents. Laugh, cry, and cherish every moment as this endearing comedy-drama takes you on a heartfelt adventure. Prepare to be moved by the wisdom, humor, and undeniable charm of Nick’s Italian-American grandparents as they do everything in their power to keep him close to home. With heartfelt conversations, delicious meals, and plenty of family dynamics, this production will touch your heart and remind you of the importance of family.

Six Degrees of Separation

Mar 29 – Apr 14, 2024

Follow the intriguing journey of a young man who weaves a web of fascinating stories, drawing people together from all walks of life, written by John Guare and directed by Jason Blake. As truths and lies intertwine, this gripping drama challenges our perceptions and forces us to question the boundaries of our own lives. Immerse yourself in the power of storytelling as “Six Degrees of Separation” unravels the threads that unite us all, reminding us that we are more connected than we might realize.

*Adult content and brief nudity

Kimberly Akimbo

May 10 – 26, 2024

Kimberly Akimbo is a play written in 2000 by David Lindsay-Abaire and directed for KCP by Jessica Brown. Its title character is a lonely teenage girl suffering from a disease similar to progeria, that causes her to age four and a half times as fast as normal, thus trapping her inside the frail physical body of an elderly woman and as if that weren’t enough, Kimberly must also navigate an exceptionally dysfunctional family, high school, and love. An utterly unique and often hilarious perspective on life. *Not the musical*

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