Announcing our 2024-25 season!

SRT is happy to share a terrific lineup of plays for the 2024-25 season. See the descriptions below.

Ted Leib

Fully Committed

by Becky Mode 
Directed by Ted Leib

September 6-29, 2024
Preview Performance: February 2
Opening Night: February 3

If you’re an out of work actor manning the reservation desk at Manhattan’s number one restaurant you have to deal with coercion, threats, bribes and histrionics as a cast of desperate would-be diners will stop at nothing to get the right table. One incredibly talented actor plays forty wildly diverse characters.  Hilarity abounds as good food inspires bad behavior.

Kym Pappas

Tiny Beautiful Things

based on the book by Cheryl Strayed 
Directed by Kym Pappas

adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos

November 15-December 8, 2024
Preview Performance – November 15
Opening Night: November 16

With empathy and intuition, advice columnist Sugar exemplifies the lost art of listening and healing. NewYork Times critic’s pick, Tiny Beautiful Things opens our eyes to the tiny moments when the world surprises us with care. “A theatrical hug in turbulent times” (Variety)

Yolanda Marie Franklin


by James Ijames 
Directed by Yolanda Marie Franklin

February 14-March 9, 2025
Preview Performance: February 14
Opening Night: February 15

Gus is a painter who desperately wants to show his art at the prominent and renowned Parnell Museum. Vanessa is an actress with the qualities he needs to make it happen. With the help of his boyfriend
Tanner, and his inner diva St Diana of Detroit, Gus weaves through a comedic story that explores privilege in the art world. White is filled with twists and surprises, subverting expectations as it illuminates contemporary culture.

Content advisory: Contains adult themes, strong language and physical intimacy.

Kate Rose Reynolds

Mary’s Wedding

by Stephen Massicotte 
Directed by Kate Rose Reynolds

April 4-27, 2025
Preview Performance: April 4
Opening Night: April 5

It’s the night before Mary’s wedding when she unexpectedly meets Charlie in the barn.  The year is 1941 and the world is collapsing into a brutal war as they attempt to hide their love where the uncertainties of battle can’t find them.  Mary’s Wedding is a love story that avoids mushiness – a war story of hope, regret and memory.

Christopher Williams

Unnecessary Farce

by Paul Slade Smith 
Directed by Christopher Williams and Robert May

May 23-June 15, 2025
Preview Performance: May 23
Opening Night: May 24

From the playwright who gave us The Outsider comes a rollicking farce. Two cops, three crooks, eight doors – GO! Questions abound: Who is in which room? Who is being videotaped? Who has taken the money? Who has hired a hitman? And why does the accountant keep taking off her clothes? Enjoy!

Robert May

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