2017 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • CLAUDIO QUEST — book, music and lyrics by Drew Fornarola and Marshall Pailet
      * West Coast premiere
      * Produced by special arrangement with Dori Berenstein and Ken Davenport
    • MIDDLETOWNby Will Eno
      * Southern Calilfornia premiere
  • Theater for Young Audiences

2016 Season

* Orange County Register’s Best of OC 2016 – Critic’s Choice for Live Theater
* OC Weekly’s Best of OC 2016 – Best Theater Programming

  • Subscription Series
    • DOGFIGHT — music and lyrics by Ben Pasek & Justin Paul, book by Peter Duchan
      * Los Angeles and Orange County premiere
    • THE BIG MEAL — by Dan LeFranc
      * Southern California premiere
    • A CHORUS LINE — book by James Kirkwood & Nicholas Dante, music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban
      * Los Angeles Times Critic’s Choice
      * OC Weekly’s Best of OC 2016 – Best Musical
      * OC Weekly’s Best of OC 2016 – Best Play
    • SEMINAR — by Theresa Rebeck
      * Orange County Premiere

      * Orange County Register’s Top Ten Shows of 2016
  • On The Radar New Works Series
    • SCIENTIFIC METHOD (staged reading) — by 2016 Resident Playwright Jenny Connell Davis
    • LA VIDA (staged singing) — by David Wendell Nelson
    • ALICE AND FRANK (LAB workshop) — by 2016 Resident Playwright Jenny Connell Davis
    • GASTON (staged reading) — by 2016 Resident Playwright Jenny Connell Davis
    • RARE BIRDS (LAB workshop) — by 2011 Resident Playwright Adam Szymkowicz
    • A NEW MUSIC PLAY (staged reading) — by 2015 Resident Playwright Lauren Yee

 

2015 Season

* Best Reviewed Season — Bitter Lemons Top Rated List

  • Subscription Series
    • LOCH NESS, A NEW MUSICAL — music and book by 2013 Resident Playwright Marshall Pailet, lyrics and book by A.D. Penedo
      * World Premiere, Best Reviewed Premiere Musical — Bitter Lemons Top Rated List
    • AFTER THE REVOLUTION — by Amy Herzog
      * Southern California Premiere
    • SAMSARA — by 2015 Resident Playwright Lauren Yee
      * West Coast Premiere
    • HAIRSPRAY — book by Mark O’Donnell & Thomas Meehan, music by Marc Shaiman, lyrics by Scott Wittman & Marc Shaiman
      * WINNER of Sage Award for Best Choreography (Kelly Todd & Christopher M. Albrecht)
    • THE DRAGON PLAY — by Jenny Connell Davis
      * Southern California Premiere
    • A BRIGHT NEW BOISE — by Samuel Hunter
      * One of the 10 Best Production of 2015 — Orange County Register
  • On The Radar New Works Series
    • DEADLY (staged reading) — book and lyrics by Vanessa Stewart, additional lyrics by Guy Picot & Trey Perkins, music by Ryan Johnson
    • MARY MARIE, A NEW MUSICAL (staged reading) — book and lyrics by Chana Wise, music by Carl Johnson
    • UNTITLED CHINESE PLAY (staged reading) — by 2015 Resident Playwright Lauren Yee
    • WHERE YOU CAN’T FOLLOW (LAB workshop) — by 2011 Resident Playwright Adam Szymkowicz
    • MUCKRAKERS (staged reading) — by 2012 Resident Playwright Zayd Dohrn

 

2014 Season 

  • Subscription Series
    • LYSISTRATA JONES — music by Lewis Flinn, lyrics by Douglas Carter Beane
      * West Coast Premiere, Ovation Award: Best Choreography (Kelly Todd), 2 additional Ovation Award nominations (Musical, Lighting Design — Matthew Schleicher), Best “Out of Town” productions — San Diego Gay & Lesbian News, Robby Award: Best Choreography (Kelly Todd), 5 additional Robby Award nominations (Musical, Director, Lead Actress – Devon Hadsell, Supporting Actress – Ashley Arlene Nelson, Lighting Design – Matthew Schleicher)
    • PASSION PLAY — by Sarah Ruhl
      * Orange County Premiere
    • IN THE HEIGHTS — music by Lin-Manuel Miranda, book by Quiara Alegria Hudes
      * Regional Premiere, Ovation Recommended, Best Supporting Actress (Candida Orosco) — LA/OC Examiner’s “Best of Orange County”
    • MAPLE AND VINEby Jordan Harrison
      * Greater Los Angeles Area Premiere
  • On The Radar New Works Series
    • VERITEwritten by Nick Jones, March 4, 2014
      *World Premiere at Lincoln Center Theater, New York, Jan 31, 2015
    • LOCH NESS — book & music by Marshall Pailet, book & lyrics by A.D. Penedo, May 13, 2014
      *World Premiere at Chance Theater, California, Jan. 30, 2015
    • AFTER ALL THE TERRIBLE THINGS I DO — written by A. Rey Pamatmat, July 15, 2014
      *World Premiere at Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Oct. 1, 2014
    • IMPORTANT HATS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURYwritten by Nick Jones, October 14, 2014
      *World Premiere at Studio 42, New York, Oct. 7, 2015
  • Holiday Series
    • SHE LOVES ME – book by Joe Masteroff, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
      * Los Angeles Times Critic’s Choice, Best Revival, Best Ensemble — LA/OC Examiner’s “Best of Orange County”, Best Theater Shows of the Year (#3) — Orange Curtain Review
    • A CELTIC HOLIDAY WITH CRAIC IN THE STONE – book by Jocelyn A. Brown, Karen O’Hanlon and Jennifer Ruckman, music arrangements by Craic in the Stone, original music & lyrics by Jocelyn A. Brown and James McHale
      * Best Special Event — LA/OC Examiner’s “Best of Orange County”
    • THE EIGHT: REINDEER MONOLOGUES — by Jeff Goode
      * 11th Anniversary Production

 

2013 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • TRIASSIC PARQ – THE MUSICALbook by Marshall Pailet, Bryce Norbitz and Steve Wargo, music by Marshall Pailet
      * West Coast Premiere, 3 Ovation Awards: Production of a Musical- Intimate Theater, Music Direction (Taylor Stephenson), and Featured Actress in a Musical (Kellie Spill), 11 Ovation Nominations
    • PART 1: THE LARAMIE PROJECT by Moises Kaufman and members of Tectonic Theater Project
      PART 2: THE LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER — by Moises Kaufman, Leigh Fondakowski, Greg Pierotti, Andy Paris and Stephen Belber
      * Southern California Premiere of both shows playing in repertory, 
      Ovation Recommended
    • BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSONbook by Alex Timbers, music and lyrics by Michael Friedman
      * Los Angeles Times Critic’s Choice, Ovation Recommended
    • TIME STANDS STILL — by Donald Margulies
      * Orange County Premiere
  • On The Radar New Works Series
    • SCARY MUSICAL — book by Richard Hochberg, music and lyrics by Richard Hochberg and Michael Paternostro, May 14, 2013
      *World Premiere at The NoHo Arts Center, California, Sept. 12, 2014
    • SWING STATE: A MUSICAL FABLE — book & lyrics by Dana Yeaton, music by Andy Mitton, July 23, 2013
    • WHO’S YOUR BAGHDADDY, OR HOW I STARTED THE IRAQ WAR — book & music by Marshall Pailet, book & lyrics by A.D. Penedo, August 6, 2013
      *World Premiere at Signature Theater, Virginia, May 18, 2015
    • LOCH NESS — book & music by Marshall Pailet, book & lyrics by A.D. Penedo, October 15, 2013
      *World Premiere at Chance Theater, California, Jan. 30, 2015
  • Holiday Series
    • THE SECRET GARDEN – THE MUSICALmusic by Lucy Simon, book and lyrics by Marsha Norman
    • THE EIGHT: REINDEER MONOLOGUES — by Jeff Goode
      * 10th Anniversary Production
  • Off-Site Production

 

2012 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • ROOMS: A ROCK ROMANCE  music, book and lyrics by Paul Scott Goodman, book by Miriam Gordon
      * West Coast Premiere, 2 Ovation Nominations, Ovation Recommended, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick 
    • REBORNING — by Zayd Dohrn
      * Southern California Premiere, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick 
    • WEST SIDE STORYbook by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
      * LADCC Award: Fight Choreography (Kelly Todd & David McCormick), 1 LADCC Nomination, Los Angeles Times Critic’s Choice, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick
    • OVERLOOKED — by Brian Nelson
      * World Premiere, Back Stage West Rating: A+
  • On The Radar New Works Series
    • WHERE YOU CAN’T FOLLOW — written by Adam Szymkowicz, February 22, 2012
    • THE ORIGIN STORY OF MR. CLEAN — written by Zayd Dohrn, May 16, 2012
    • MAGIC FOREST FARM — written by Zayd Dohrn, July 25, 2012
      *World Premiere at Marin Theatre Company, California, Apr. 22, 2009
    • THE RISE AND FALL OF “TROPIC ANA” — written by Diana Montané, adaptation by Diana Burbano and Tom Shelton, October 10, 2012
  • Holiday Series
    • LITTLE WOMEN: THE BROADWAY MUSICAL — book by Allan Knee, music by Jason Howland, lyrics by Mindi Dickstein
    • THE EIGHT: REINDEER MONOLOGUES — by Jeff Goode
      * 9th Anniversary Production 

 

2011 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • NERVE — by Adam Szymkowicz
      * West Coast Premiere, Best New Play: LA/OC Examiner, Best Actress (Jessie Withers): LA/OC Examiner
    • THE BOY IN THE BATHROOMbook & lyrics by Michael Lluberes, music & additional lyrics by Joe Maloney
      * World Premiere, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick
    • THE SUPERHEROINE MONOLOGUE — by John Kuntz and Rick Park
      * West Coast Premiere 
    • JERRY SPRINGER: THE OPERAmusic by Richard Thomas, book & lyrics by Stewart Lee and Richard Thomas
      * Southern California Premiere, Ovation Award: Production of a Musical – Intimate Theatre, LADCC Award: Music Direction (Mike Wilkins), 5 Garland Awards: Production, Musical Score (Stewart Lee and Richard Thomas), Direction (Trevor Biship), Music Direction (Mike Wilkins), Sound Design (Casey Long), 7 LADCC Nominations, 5 Ovation Award Nominations, Best Musical: San Diego Gay & Lesbian News, Best Production: LA STAGE, Los Angeles Times Critic’s Choice, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick, Ovation Recommended 
    • UP — by Bridget Carpenter
      * Southern California Premiere, 2011 Best Production: LA STAGE, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick
  • On The Radar New Works Series
    • PUSHKIN AT BOLDINO — written by Armina LaManna, February 23, 2011
    • HEARTS LIKE FISTS — written by Adam Szymkowicz, May 4, 2011
      *World Premiere at Theatre of NOTE, California, Aug. 3, 2011
    • CHERRY DOCS — written by David Gow, May 11, 2011
      *World Premiere at Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia, May 3, 2000
    • THE ARTIST — written by Adam Szymkowicz, July 20, 2011
    • BACKYARD — written by Mickey Birnbaum, July 27, 2011
      *World Premiere at Atwater Village Theatre, California, May 31, 2014
  • Holiday Series
    • ANNE OF GREEN GABLESbook by Joseph Robinette, music & lyrics by Evelyn D. Swensson
    • THE EIGHT: REINDEER MONOLOGUES — by Jeff Goode
      * 8th Anniversary Production
  • Off-Site Production
    • THE WHO’S TOMMY — book by Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff, music and lyrics by Pete Townshend, additional music and lyrics by John Entwistle and Keith Moon
      @ Segerstrom Center for the Arts

 

2010 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • MERRILY WE ROLL ALONGbook by George Furth, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
      * 4 Garland Award Nominations, 4 StageSceneLA’s Best of 2010 Awards
    • WELCOME HOME, JENNY SUTTER — by Julie Marie Myatt
      * Southern California Premiere, Ovation Award Nomination, 3 StageSceneLA’s Best of 2010 Awards
    • THE WHO’S TOMMYbook by Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff, music and lyrics by Pete Townshend, additional music and lyrics by John Entwistle and Keith Moon
      * LADCC Award: Best Lighting (KC Wilkerson), LADCC Award: Best CGI/Video (KC Wilkerson), Ovation Award: Ovation Honors – Video Design (KC Wilkerson), Garland Award: Choreography (Allison Bibicoff), Garland Award: Lighting Design (KC Wilkerson), LADCC Award Nomination, 4 Ovation Award Nominations, 9 Garland Award Nominations, 9 StageSceneLA’s Best of 2010 Awards, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick, Ovation Recommended
    • EDWARD ALBEE’S “THE GOAT OR, WHO IS SYLVIA?” — by Edward Albee
      * Orange County Premiere, 5 Garland Award Nominations,Los Angeles Times Critic’s Choice, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick
  • Holiday Series
    • THE SECRET GARDEN THE MUSICAL — book and lyrics by Marsha Norman, music by Lucy Simon
    • THE EIGHT: REINDEER MONOLOGUES — by Jeff Goode
      * 7th Anniversary Production 
  • Off-Site Production
    • JESUS HATES ME — by Wayne Lemon
      * 2 Garland Award Nominations
      @ South Coast Repertory 

 

2009 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • JESUS HATES ME — by Wayne Lemon
      * West Coast Premiere, 4 Garland Award Nominations, 5 StageSceneLA’s Best of 2009 Awards
    • THE GIRL, THE GROUCH, AND THE GOATbook by Jack Helbig, music and lyrics by Mark Hollmann
      * Professional Premiere, Part of the Festival of New American Musicals, 2 Garland Award Nominations, 1 StageSceneLA’s Best of 2009 Award
    • HAIR: THE AMERICAN TRIBAL LOVE-ROCK MUSICAL book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado, music by Galt MacDermot
      * 6 LADCC Award Nominations, 5 Ovation Award Nominations, 8 Garland Award Nominations, 6 StageSceneLa’s Best of 2009 Awards
    • THE SEAGULL — by Anton Chekhov, adaptation by Richard Nelson
      * West Coast Premiere adaptation, 8 Garland Award Nominations
  • Holiday Series
    • LITTLE WOMEN – THE BROADWAY MUSICAL — book by Allan Knee, music by Jason Howland, lyrics by Mindi Dickstein
      * 2 StageSceneLA’s Best of 2009 Awards
    • THE EIGHT: REINDEER MONOLOGUES — by Jeff Goode
      * 6th Anniversary Production, 1 StageSceneLA’s Best of 2009 Award

 

2008 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • ASSASSINSmusic and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by John Weidman
      * 4 Garland Nominations
    • TALK ABOUT THE PASSION — by Graham Farrow
      * California Premiere, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick
    • THE BRAIN FROM PLANET X — by David Wechter & Bruce Kimmel
      * Orange County Premiere, Part of the Festival of New American Musicals, 4 Garland Award Nominations
    • RABBIT HOLEby David Lindsay-Abaire
      * Orange County Premiere, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick, 4 Garland Award Nominations
    • EVITAmusic by Andrew Lloyd-Webber, lyrics by Tim Rice
  • Holiday Series
    • JACOB MARLEY’S CHRISTMAS CAROL — by Tom Mula
      * Orange County Premiere, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick, 1 StageSceneLA’s Best of 2008 Award
    • THE GIANT AND THE PIXIEby Jonathan Josephson
      * World Premiere, 1 StageSceneLA’s Best of 2008 Award
    • THE EIGHT: REINDEER MONOLOGUES — by Jeff Goode
  • Off-Site Production
    • ANNE OF GREEN GABLES — book by Joseph Robinette, music and lyrics by Evelyn D. Swensson
      @ Heritage Forum

 

2007 Season

  • Holiday Series
    • ANNE OF GREEN GABLES — by Joseph Robinette & Evelyn D. Swensson
      * Orange County Premiere, #3 Show of the Year – KUCI
    • VARIATIONS ON A THEME: THE BEST — by John Bolen, Max Espinoza, Jonathan Josephson, John MacDonald, Sarah Moreau, and Peter Schnake
    • THE EIGHT: REINDEER MONOLOGUES — by Jeff Goode

 

2006 Season

  • Holiday Series
    • ANAHEIM HOME COMPANION — by Tira Palmquist and members of the Chance Theater Company
      * World Premiere 
    • THE LYING KIND — by Anthony Neilson
      * West Coast Premiere, 4 Garland Award Nominations 
    • THE EIGHT: REINDEER MONOLOGUES — by Jeff Goode
  • Off-Site Production
    • RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN’S A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING — by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein
      @ The Curtis Theatre Apr. 27 – Jun. 11

 

2005 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • CLOSER THAN EVER — by Richard Maltby, Jr. & David Shire
      * L.A. Times Critic’s Choice
    • THE ROVER — by Aphra Behn, adapted by Josh Costello
      * World Premiere adaptation, 2 OC Weekly Theater Award Nominations
    • THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK by Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett, newly adapted by Wendy Kesselman
      * Back Stage West Critic’s Pick, OC Register’s Best of 2005: Noteworthy Ensemble
    • PORCELAIN — by Chay Yew
      * Orange County Premiere, GLAAD Media Award Nomination, Back Stage West Critic’s Pick, OC Register’s Best of 2005: Top Ten Shows (#4), OC Register’s Best of 2005: Noteworthy Performances (Nghia Luu), OC Register’s Best of 2005: Noteworthy Performances (Beach Vickers), 3 OC Weekly Theater Award Nominations 
    • FIG: R.O. (RETRO OPERA) — by Heather Howe, Robert G. Leigh and members of the Chance
      * World Premiere 
    • ONE FLEA SPARE — by Naomi Wallace
      * Back Stage West Critic’s Pick, OC Register’s Best of 2005: Top Ten Shows (#3), OC Register’s Best of 2005: Noteworthy Performances (Joshua Jones), 2 OC Weekly Theater Award Nominations 
    • CABARET — by John Kander & Fred Ebb
      * Back Stage West Critic’s Pick, 2 Garland Award Nominations
    • BIG LOVE — by Charles Mee
      * Orange County Premiere
    • THE WORLD GOES ‘ROUND — by John Kander & Fred Ebb
    • THE LARAMIE PROJECT — by Moises Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project
      * OC Register’s Best of 2005: Noteworthy Ensembles
  • Holiday Series
    • A CHRISTMAS STORY — by Philip Grecian based on the screenplay by Jean Shepherd, Leigh Brown, and Bob Clarke, and other short stories by Jean Shepherd
    • THE EIGHT: REINDEER MONOLOGUES — by Jeff Goode
      * OC Weekly Theater Award Winner: Best Ensemble, OC Weekly Theater Award Nomination 

 

2004 Season

 

2003 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • SAVING THE WORLD — by Jason Burkett
      * World Premiere
    • THAT WHICH REMAINS: DRAMATICULES BY SAMUEL BECKETT — by Samuel Beckett
      * OC Weekly Theater Award: Best Director (Robert G. Leigh), OC Weekly Theater Award: Best Supporting Actor (Ken Rugg)
    • THE MIKADO — by Gilbert & Sullivan
      * Back Stage West Critic’s Pick, 2 OC Weekly Theater Award Nominations
    • LEE MILLER: THE ANGEL AND THE FIEND — by Antony Penrose
      * World Premiere, OC Weekly Theater Award Winner: Muchos Huevos Award, 1OC Weekly Theater Award Nomination
    • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM — by William Shakespeare, adapted by Ken Rugg
      * 1 OC Weekly Theater Award Nomination 
    • SPRING’S AWAKENING — by Frank Wedekind
      * Orange County Premiere
    • THE FANTASTICKS — by Schmidt & Jones
    • FIRST CHANCE FEST 2003 — presented by the Chance Theater
      * Premieres and New Plays
    • FARNDALE AVENUE HOUSING ESTATE TOWNSWOMEN’S GUILD DRAMATIC SOCIETY’S PRODUCTION OF “A CHRISTMAS CAROL” — by David McGillvray & Walter Zerlin, Jr.
  • Off-Site Production
    • LEE MILLER: THE ANGEL AND THE FIEND — by Antony Penrose
      @ The Getty Center

 

2002 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • THE GONDOLIERS — by Gilbert & Sullivan
      * OC Register Best of 2002: Best Production (Honorable Mention)
    • BEETHOVEN: HEAVEN’S VOICE — by Ronald Russell
      * World Premiere
    • THREE DAYS OF RAIN — by Richard Greenburg
      * OC Register Best of 2002: Top Ten Best Productions, OC Register Best of 2002: Best Directors (Oanh Nguyen), OC Register Best of 2002: Best Performances (Joseph Horn)
    • DEAD WHITE MALES — by William Missouri Downs
      * West Coast Premiere
    • AS YOU LIKE IT — by William Shakespeare
      * OC Register’s Best of 2002: Best Performances (Ramlah Frediani), OC Register’s Best of 2002: Best Performances (Erika C. Miller), OC Register’s Best of 2002: Best Performances (Joseph Horn)
    • NINE — by Yeston & Kopit
      * OC Register’s Best of 2002: Best Performances (Erika Amato), 2 OC Weekly Theater Award Nominations
    • TRAIL OF TEARS — by Joseph Hullett
      * World Premiere
      * OC Register’s Best of 2002: Best Performances (Richard Comeau)
    • THE WORTHY MASTER OF THE LAW — by Mark Scrivener
      * World Premiere
    • MOLLY SWEENEY — by Brian Friel
      * OC Register’s Best of 2002: Best Performances (Jill Cary Martin)
      * OC Register’s Best of 2002: Best Performances (Tom Turnley)
      * Creson Theater Award: Best Actress (Jill Cary Martin)
    • BASH — by Neil LaBute
    • A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN FILM — by Christopher Durang
      * 2 OC Weekly Theater Awards Nominations 

 

2001 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE — by Gilbert & Sullivan
    • UNRELENTING RELAXATION — by Amanda DeMaio
      * OC Register Best of 2001: Top Ten Best Productions, OC Register Best of 2002: Best Directors (Amanda DeMaio), OC Weekly Theater Award: Best Ensemble, 1 OC Weekly Theater Award Nomination
    • FOR PETE’S SAKE — by J.R. Sussman
      * World Premiere, 1 OC Weekly Theater Award Nomination 
    • OUR TOWN — by Thornton Wilder
    • STEEL MAGNOLIAS — by Robert Harling
    • FACING EAST — by Andy Sarouhan
      * Orange County Premiere
    • THE ANGELINA PROJECT — by Frank Canino
      * World Premiere
      * OC Register’s Best of 2001: Best Performances (Sigalit Solitto)
    • DRAGONS IN NEW YORK — by Pattric Walker
      * World Premiere
    • PIPPIN — by Schwartz & Hirson
    • THERESE RAQUIN — by Emile Zola, translated by Neal Bell
      * 1 OC Weekly Theater Award Nomination
    • CONFIRMATION — by Joseph Hullett
      * World Premiere 
  • Holiday Series
    • LITTLE WOMEN — by Lisa Duvall
      * Orange County Premiere 
  • Off-Site Production
    • UNRELENTING RELAXATION — by Amanda DeMaio
      @ Stella Adler Theatre

 

2000 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • THE STROOP REPORT — by Robert Preston Jones
      * World Premiere 
    • THE STOP MY INSANITY TRILOGY — by Chris Secor
      * World Premiere
    • THE MIKADO — by Gilbert & Sullivan
    • NOBODY KNOWS I’M A DOG — by Alan David Perkins
      * West Coast Premiere
    • TO GILLIAN ON HER 37TH BIRTHDAY — by Michael Brady
    • THE BEACH… WITHOUT LEO — presented by The Chance Theater Company
      * Premieres and New Works
    • TEN LITTLE INDIANS — by Agatha Christie
    • SCREAM 4 — by Chris Ceballos and Eileen Dreger
      * World Premiere
    • HMS PINAFORE — by Gilbert & Sullivan
    • A COMPANY OF WAYWARD SAINTS — by George Herman
      * Orange County Premiere
    • X — by David LeMaster
      * World Premiere
    • WHERE MEN ARE EMPTY OVERCOATS — by Eric Pfeffinger
      * West Coast Premiere, 1 OC Weekly Theater Award Nomination
    • THE NON XMAS DECEMBER SHOW — presented by the Chance Theater Company
      * Premieres and New Works

 

1999 Season

  • Subscription Series
    • WASTED WISHES — by Marie Mastrangelo
      * World Premiere
    • WEDNESDAY NIGHT SAVE THE WORLD SOCIETY — by Dave Eisenstark and Fred Burke
      * World Premiere
    • MEMORIES ON THE WIND — by Kent Johnson
      * World Premiere
    • EPISODE II — by The Chance Theater Company
      * World Premiere
    • BUT I DON’T FEEL GROWN UP — by Chris Ceballos, Erika C. Miller, Jeff Hellebrand and Oanh Nguyen
      * World Premiere
    • THE DIARIES OF FRANKENSTEIN — by Brian Newell and Martin Williams
    • TO BE AND NOT TO BE… AND OTHER CONTRADICTIONS — presented by The Chance Theater Company
      * Premieres and New Works
    • WISH YOU WERE HERE! — by Joseph Hullett
      * World Premiere