Farmer’s Alley Theater Announces New Season
Wow, 10 years already for Kalamazoo’s Farmers Alley Theatre That’s a lot of quality shows and more on the way, with the unveiling of the upcoming season.
Gypsy –October 2017
Gypsy tells the story of “Ultimate Stage Mother”, Rose, and her two daughters whom she pushes into show business, June & Louise. It features some of musical theatre’s gold standards including “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” and many more!
The Diary of Anne Frank – November 2017
Both heart-wrenching and hopeful, this moving new dramatization comes to life as a new generation of theatregoers experience The Diary of Anne Frank this November.
Honky Tonk Angels – December 2017
A trio of lovely ladies known as the Honky Tonk Angels celebrate the music of Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn and more. It’s a boot-stompin’, toe-tappin’ down home good time!
The Christians – February 2018
A powerful and riveting play centered around Pastor Paul, who presides over one of the largest Mega-Churches in America. But today he will give a sermon that’s about to shake the foundation of his church’s beliefs. A big-little play about faith in America – and the trouble with changing your mind.
It’s Only A Play – March 2018
It’s opening night for one of the biggest plays on Broadway and the show’s Director, Producer, Author and Star are in a panic: Will the show flop or flourish? In this hilarious and biting take on show business, nothing is out of bounds and no celebrity is safe from its satirical wrath!
Gilmore Festival Collaboration – April/May 2018
Farmers Alley Theatre is once again thrilled to collaborate with the Irving S. Gilmore Festival for a music-centric production to be determined.
The Bridges of Madison County – June 2018
A forbidden love affair between a lonely housewife and a rugged photographer change their lives in ways no one could have ever predicted. It’s a sweeping romance about the roads we travel, the doors we open and the bridges we dare to cross.
The Producers – July/August 2018
Mel Brooks created this story about two swindlers who try to put on the worst musical in Broadway history – “Springtime for Hitler!”, hoping it will close immediately so they can pocket the investor’s money. But things don’t go as planned.