Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Sept. 20-21, 27-28, Oct. 4-5) – In 1957 Rodgers and Hammerstein brought the story of Cinderella to life as a musical for television. It proved to be so popular it was later adapted for the live stage. This is currently the hottest show on Broadway and Springhouse is fortunate to have secured the rights before they were restricted. Bring the kids and enjoy the music and magic of this wonderful timeless story of humble faithfulness rewarded. http://www.rnh.com/
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (Dec. 6-8, 12-15) - Can the church Christmas pageant survive the Herdman kids? It just might. In fact, the story of Christmas may just be so powerful it can thrive even with the local delinquents in the cast. You will laugh and be moved by this unconventional telling of the story of Christmas.
Pride and Prejudice (Feb. 14-15, 21-22, 28 & March 1-2) – Jane Austen’s most famous work is also one of Springhouse Theatre Company’s most successful former productions. Back after five years, we are proud to present our own Paula Parker’s enchanting adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. Will Lizzy and Darcy ever get together?
The Miracle Worker (March 28-29 & April 4-5, 11-13) - Springhouse is proud to present the remarkable, true story of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan. Helen – deaf, mute, and blind – was apparently beyond reach. The breakthrough Anne was able to achieve with her can only be described as “a miracle.” For over fifty years audiences have been inspired by this powerful transformation. You will be too.