Written by Ira Levin
Directed by Ryan Walter
Streaming Online:  December 4, 5 and 6

A murder, within a play, within a murder, within a play and on your screen!

Come join us for an entirely new experience as we draw on the wisdom of those masters of radio drama who came before us to craft something that speaks to the times we live in. We will delve into the depths of Ira Levin's Deathtrap, adapted for our new video conference world.

This delightful murder mystery farce has everything one can hope for in a delicious whodunnit; an aging artist, a young rival, a weary spouse, a lawyer with ambitions for stardom, and just to top it all off a psychic vacationing up the hill. Ira Levin's exquisitely funny look at the behind the scenes world of the on-act-five-character-murder-mystery-play will leave you breathless and dizzy with all its twists and turns.

Cast: Carol Moog, Stacy Skinner, Caity Brown, Fred Anderson, Megan Rose, Jim Broyles

Buy your ticket now for this novel and exciting endeavor, then sit back, relax and get ready to laugh as we bring you to the brink of your very own Deathtrap!

Reader's Theater

Writers, directors and actors from our community present staged readings of new plays.

Up next: Nov 6 & 7, Chekhov's Gun by Anghus Houvouras


Learn about the artists who live in your neighborhood. Tune in to ArtShow on Thursday evenings @ 7pm with host, Craig Stover. ArtShow is an interactive artist interview program .

Register to get your Zoom Login Code

Up next: Oct. 29 - Leslie Pontz -


  • Ceramics with Janice Strawder
  • NEW - Pottery Wheel Techniques with Janice Strawder
  • NEW - One Day Workshop - Slip and Underglaze Decorating Techniques with Janice Strawder
  • NEW - One Day Workshop - Glaze Decorating Techniques with Janice Strawder
  • In-Person RAKU Workshops (presented outside)
  • Collage with Julie Zahn
  • Whiteline Woodcuts with Julie Zahn
  • New - One-Day Workshop - Abstract Painting and the Paper Art of Joomchi with Barbara Straussberg

Children's Theater

Our new Children's Theater program engages and entertains children of all ages. Performances are fun and interactive, presented Saturday mornings at 11 AM for both in-person and virtual viewing.
Tickets= $5 per child, adults are free

Up Next: Nov 21 & Dec 5- Improvised Christmas Carol- and other holiday tales! 

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