2 0 1 5  -  2 0 16  S E A S O N

OPENING SOON:
Miss Saigon
July 31 - August 15
 

 

Lovers tragically separated the night Saigon falls. As years pass, Chris in the U.S., is unable to contact Kim who has given birth to their child and faithfully awaits his return. Chris decides to move on and marries Ellen. Complications ensue when Chris learns of Kim's location and that he has a son. A soaring musical score from the creators of

Les Miserables.

 

 

Performances include Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 3:00 PM throughout the run of the show.

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Box Office Hours

 

Tuesday - Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

 

Friday: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

 

*Throughout the run of the show we are open Saturday and Sunday.

 

 

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July 31 - August 15

Lovers tragically separated the night Saigon falls. As years pass, Chris in the U.S., is unable to contact Kim who has given birth to their child and faithfully awaits his return. Chris decides to move in and marries Ellen. Complications ensue when Chris learns Kim's location and that he has a son. A soaring musical score from the creators of Les Miserables.

September 18 - October 3

During a paralyzing drought in the West, we discover Lizzie whose father and two brothers are worried as much about her potential future as they are about their dying cattle. Trying to overcome her plain persona, they try every conceivable scheme to marry her off, all to no avail. The situation changes abruptly with the arrival of a stranger who claims he can make it rain. but his allure enchantingly captivates Lizzie as well.

November 6 - 21

Lucy Seward, whose father is the doctor in charge of an English sanitorium, has been attacked by some mysterious illness. Dr. Van Helsing, a specialist, believes that the girl is the victim of a vampire, a sort of ghost that goes about at night sucking blood from its victims. The vampire is at last found to be the mysteriously, charming Count Dracula, - the true blood-sucking twilight terror and nemisis.

January 15 - 24

Our audiences have spoken loudly and clearly and we have heard their pleas.  We are pleased to bring back some of your favorite Big Band artists and return to the Golden Era of Swing. Names that are immortal in the history of American music such as Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington and more. So get in the Mood and Take the A Train, because the JPAC is going to SING SING SING!

February 19 - March 5

Written by Chicago's renowned Organic Theatre, the creators of the highly successful "Bleacher Bums," this 'slice if life' comedy is set in a hospital emergency room on a busy Saturday night. The production boasts a large cast which plays a host of characters who inhabit or pass through the ER. Enjoying long runs in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, the production became one of the biggest hits in the company's history.

April 15 - 30

Ongoing contract negotiations prevent us from disclosing our final musical for the season. Past productions in this slot produced such spectacular productions as A tale of Two Cities, Spamolot, We Will Rock You, The Wiz. The Phantom of the Opera and most recently, Return to the Forbidden Planet. We are confident that you will find this season's final production to be no less exciting or spectacular.