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The 2022-2023 Season

Alice in Wonderland

APU Grant Hall

April 28-May 7

Based on the beloved classic by Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland is a retelling of Alice’s adventures after she tumbles down a rabbit hole and is immersed into a fantastical, wacky land filled with zany characters such as the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, and the Queen of Hearts! You’ll never want to leave the tea party.

Little Magic Snowman

APU Grant Hall

December 9-18


Set in the optimistic postwar era of small-town America this play tells the story of Emily a little orphaned girl. Often bullied and struggling to find friends she decides to make a companion, a snowman named Pee-wee. Through the magic of love Pee-wee is brought to life and the two have many adventures some dangerous some delightful but always heartwarming. The show is recommended for all ages.

Written on the Heart

Wendy Williamson Auditorium

March 17-26


Across an 80 year divide, two men translate the word of God into the English tongue. For one, it means death at the stake. For the other, it could mean an archbishop's mitre. After almost a century of unrest, the King James Bible was intended to end the violent upheavals of the English reformation. But deep-seated conflicts force a leading translator to confront the betrayal of his youthful religious ideals, for the sake of social peace.

Hello, Dolly!

September 16-25 • Wendy Williamson Auditorium

Fri at 7pm • Sat 9.17 at 7pm • Sat 9.24 at 2pm • Sun at 3pm

Originally scheduled to open in spring of 2020, Dolly is finally making her triumphant return to the TBA stage! This blockbuster Broadway hit bursts with humor, romance, high-energy dancing, and some of the greatest songs in musical theatre history. The romantic and comic exploits of Dolly Gallagher-Levi, turn-of-the-century matchmaker and "woman who arranges things", are certain to thrill and entertain audiences again and again. The show's memorable songs include "Put on Your Sunday Clothes", "Before the Parade Passes By", "Hello, Dolly", and "Elegance".

This show runs approximately 2.5 hours and has one 15 minute intermission. 

Thornridge Manor

October 21-31

APU Grant Hall

In the tradition of The Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, and Tales From the Darkside, a hair-raising wrap-around story becomes the vehicle for three bone-chilling tales of horror. 


It is almost midnight on All Hallows Eve when the residents of a small Northeastern town gather in the haunted ruins of a dilapidated mansion to tell chilling stories that make the blood run cold.  “The Monkey’s Paw”, “The Signal Man” and “Uncovered” along with the title story “Thornridge Manor” are guaranteed to give you a Halloween thrill. Recommended for grades five and up or for those who can handle a good scare. 

Witch Hazel's Halloween

APU Grant Hall

October 21-31

Nightmare Hollow is known for Halloweens where the creepy characters spontaneously burst into song. But this year is different. A new witch has come to town and hilarious hijinks ensue when she casts a spell that causes the inhabitants of Nightmare Hollow to lose their voices. What will they do if Mother Mayeye can’t recite the official Halloween incantation? Is Witch Hazel, the coven’s youngest member, a match for the evil enchantress?  A physical comedy romp for the young and young at heart. 


Sweetheart Tales

February 17-19 ~ TBA Studio

A fundraiser for The Heart Gallery of Alaska

This Valentine’s season TBA Theatre offers a family-friendly, laugh, clap, and sing-a-long production that is guaranteed to warm even the coldest heart, one song and story at a time. Some of Alaska’s most beloved bards and balladeers invite you into the TBA studio where they spin yarns and sing songs, not just about romance but about every kinda love known to humankind. Proceeds from this pay-what-you-decide event will be shared with Beacon Hill’s Foster Family program and features uplifting versions of great songs such as Let Your Love Flow, Bicycle Built For Two, and Can’t Help Falling In Love.  

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