Your Theatre, Inc.’s (YTI) upcoming 2015-2016 69th season will feature five major plays encompassing genres of comedy, mystery and drama chosen for their quality and ability to please audiences.
Kicking off the company’s spine-tingling season of high-quality entertainment will be Joel Stone’s adaptation of H.G. Well’s gripping fantasy drama, Horrors Of Doctor Moreau, on the boards September 10-20, 2015 directed by New Bedford’s Lawrence R. Houbre Jr.
Bram Stoker’s classic tale of gothic horror, Dracula, adapted by John L. Balderston and Hamilton Deane, is scheduled for Nov. 12-22 under the direction of Swansea’s Stephen R. Kay.
Opening the new calendar year will be Sam Shepard’s contemporary drama, True West, to be produced January 14-24, 2016 directed by Margo Ruggiero of Fairhaven. This show is followed by a change from spine-tingling to rib-tickling with John Cariani’s witty romantic comedy, Almost, Maine, to be be staged March 10-20, 2016 with Bob Gillet of Fall River directing.
Agatha Christie’s international smash mystery thriller, And Then There Were None, directed by Robin Richard of New Bedford, will cap the season May 5-15, 2016
Maintaining its position as a fully-dedicated community theatre serving Southeastern Massachusetts and surrounding areas, Your Theatre, Inc.’s shows will run Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. Sunday matinees are at 2:30 p.m.
Known for featuring talented actors working under skilled directors aided by knowledgeable technicians supported by a loyal volunteer staff, YTI will also offer special attractions and events promoting theatre arts throughout the season.
Season Subscriptions are now available online. A full season, five-show subscription is $60, a three dollar savings off the general admission price of $15 per ticket.
All productions will be in the theatre’s wheelchair accessible playhouse that is in the St. Martin’s Church complex, 136 Rivet St. at County St., New Bedford. Parking is free in the church lot on County St.
Subscriber, ticket and other information about the productions are available by calling Your Theatre, Inc. at 508-993-0772, or by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The theatre’s web site is email@example.com