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ZOOM THEATRE SCHEDULE 2022
Fri & Sat 2/25 & 2/26 THE GUILTY by Ryan Kaminski
Tensions are high in a witness room overlooking an execution chamber where a much reviled
serial killer is about to receive a lethal injection. Tautly written, suspenseful drama.
Fri & Sat 4/29 & 4/30 RING AROUND THE ROSY by Charles Gruber
In this "ripped from the headlines" drama, a middle-aged Hollywood star is making his
Broadway debut to glowing reviews and a rumor of a simmering sexual harassment scandal,
which he vehemently denies. Engrossing and poignant.
*Production postponed until further notice
Fri & Sat 6/24 & 6/25 EMPIRES by Jeff Dunne
Medieval fantasy about a cruel emperor who plays a cat and mouse game with a would-be
assassin being held in his dungeon. Riveting!
Fri & Sat 8/26 & 8/27 HOMETOWN PREMIERE by Carol Hollenbeck
In 1963, a Hollywood starlet returns triumphantly to her hometown and wacky family in
upstate New York for the local premiere of her new movie, but her triumph turns into a
nightmare when she reconnects with an old flame.
Fri & Sat 10/21 & 10/22 ROOSTER POKER by Lee Lawing
When his estranged brother shows up one night to play a game from their childhood, Lance
acquieces and they play for days on end until their parents show up, causing a nagging
suspicion about his family. Suspenseful thriller!
Fri. & Sat.12/16 & 12/17 SWEET SIXTEEN by Jade Greene and Ed Schilter
A new musical that spotlights the incredible accomplishments of six girls who started saving
the world by the time they were sixteen. Joan of Arc, who saved France from British
dominance; Nellie Bly, an investigative reporter of the 19th century who exposed abuses in
mental asylums early on in her career; Josephine Baker, the American star of stage and screen
who moved to France in the 1920's to escape bigotry, then worked as a spy for the French
Resistance during WWII, and returned to the US to work with Dr. King during the Civil Rights
Movement; Anne Frank, who, with her family and an odd assortment of strangers, hid from the
Nazis during WWII while journalling the experience; Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani girl who was
shot in the head by a Taliban gunman for promoting education for girls and survived, becoming
the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize; and Greta Thunberg, a Swedish environmental
activist who, at 16, was named Time's Person of the Year. Compelling stories and gorgeous