Sun, Apr 22, 2018
This laugh-out-loud comedy by Georgia’s brilliant rising star playwright, Topher Payne, blows the cover off of the very serious government witch-hunt of the 1950s, led by the zealous Sen. Joseph McCarthy. Payne’s sit-com-style play spotlights the period in which McCarthy’s “Red Scare” spun off an even more sinister offspring – the “Lavender Scare” – the government search for “sexual deviants.” The comedy focuses on four gay State Department employees who struggle to keep their secrets in the closet – literally.
Fri, Apr 27, 2018 – Sun, Apr 29, 2018
Join the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation for our Spring Ramble in Columbus. Tour beautifully restored historic homes and buildings. Guests will also enjoy catered meals prepared by the area’s top caterers and restaurants.
Sat, May 12, 2018
A delirious comedy starring popular Hollywood and Broadway Guest Artist Brian Reddy. Barney Cashman is an awkward, overweight, middle-aged married man who decides to have a fling before modern life passes him by. He arranges three seductions – Elaine, a frenetic bundle of nerves, Bobbi, a kooky actress and Jeanette, a depressed housewife. As a red hot lover, Barney is a complete bumbling failure. But in a tender, moving conclusion, Barney rediscovers the enduring fulfillment of true love – with his wife.