2022-23 SEASON

UPDATED COVID-19 POLICY:

The Westminster Community Playhouse will no longer require proof of vaccination or the wearing of masks inside the Theatre.    We encourage our patrons to wear a mask if needed for their own protection.  

 

For questions, please call our box office at 714.893.8626.

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Written by Agatha Christie
Directed by Stephen Gomer


Ten strangers are invited to Soldier Island near the Devon coast. Cut off from the mainland, with their hosts Mr and Mrs U.N. Owen mysteriously absent, they are each accused of a terrible crime. When one of them suddenly dies, the survivors realize that the killer is not only among them... but is preparing to strike again.

 

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Nov. 4-20

By Reginald Rose
Directed by Jim Rice


Twelve jurors are tasked with the huge responsibility of determining the guilt or innocence of a young man accused of murder. These twelve jurors bring their own histories, prejudices, and biases to the jury room as they work through this life-or-death decision. 

 

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By Tony Howell
Directed by Jim Katapodis


James Holden is a TV star and has just returned from his honeymoon with his fourth wife. Turns out he is still legally married to the other 3 wives. Follow the comedy as each wife appears with a different story. 


JANUARY 13 - JANUARY 29
 

This new adaptation portrays how Anne, a young Jewish girl who is forced to hide for nearly two years to escape Nazi persecution, together with her father, mother, and sister, is joined by the Van Daan family. Anne’s dynamisms, her luminous spirit, and her story of resilience continue to resonate deeply, making her story as vital today as when her diary was first written. 

March 17 - April 2

Directed by 
Priscilla Gonzales

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Book by Rachel Sheinkin  Music by Rachel Portman  
Lyrics by Donna di Novelli


Directed by Patricia Miller
Musical Director: Bill Wolfe  Choreographer: Bradley Miller 

Through the magic of live theatre, the musical follows the Ingalls family's journey westward and settlement in DeSmet, South Dakota where Ma and Pa Ingalls hoped to make a better life for their children. It tells the story of their struggle to keep their land claim. In story, song and dance, we see the Ingalls suffering the hardships of winter blizzards and prairie fires as well as rejoicing in the settlement of land and town. Most of all, the story follows Laura as she grows from the wild child who loved to run free into a woman who embraces the responsibilities of her own future while struggling to remain true to herself.