Mainstage Play

Things My Mother Taught Me

A young couple moves into their first apartment together, halfway across the country from their parents, so imagine their surprise when everyone shows up to help them!. Funny and touching, this one will make you laugh out loud and fall in love all over again, as it is "...superbly written...

Rabbit Hole

In the aftermath of a life-shattering accident, a young husband and wife find themselves drifting perilously apart. This winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Price for Drama charts their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back up into the light...

Barbecue

One of the most creative and inventive plots ever seen on the BCP stage, this dark family satire about addiction, intervention and recovery works around the edges of class, race and fame. But trust us, it’s not what you think it is! Written for an adult audience, this is a...

The Play That Goes Wrong

The thespian troupe of Cornley University is putting on a production of ‘The Murder at Haversham Manor’, but in this ‘play-within-a-play’ you can just sit back and bust a gut at all of the misplaced props, forgotten lines, banged heads, missed cues, pratfalls, door slams, broken fingers and mispronounced words...

Clue

Based on the 1985 movie, all of your favorite characters are brought to life, including Professor Plum, Miss Scarlet, Colonel Mustard and more! “This game is a madcap, 90-minute puzzle that's mostly silly and engagingly fun. Chockfull of physical comedy, sight gags, and dorky goodness, this board game come to...

Master Class

Master Class is the character study of a great diva and a woman whose multi-faceted personality—wit, strength, ego but also vulnerability—make this play appealing to anyone with an interest in human nature and in how a special gift and the lack of love can shape a person. In this case...

Pride and Prejudice

“A woman elevating her own life, liberty and pursuit of happiness above the wishes of her family and the men who desire her? That’s not simple or cynical. In 1813, it is a revolutionary choice.” (NY TIMES) Kate Hamill, one of the most-produced playwrights in America over the past half-decade, has...