2019 – 2020 Season

By Carol Hall, Larry L. King, Peter Masterson
This happy-go-lucky view of small-town vice and statewide political side-stepping recounts the good times and the demise of the Chicken Ranch, known since the 1850s as one of the better pleasure palaces in all of Texas. Governors, senators, mayors, and even victorious college football teams frequent Miss Mona’s cozy bordello, until that Puritan nemesis Watchdog focuses his television cameras and his righteous indignation on the institution.
Appropriate for audiences aged 16 and up.


Book and Lyrics by Steven D. Morris
Music by Don Powers
Take a trip to the 100-acre woods with Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger and all of your favorite in this delightful musical adaptation of the classic story.
Approriate for audiences aged 3 and up.


We all loved gathering around the TV to watch the holiday specials each season. Join Theatre Arlington as we imagine what it would be like to have our own show with singing, dancing, and special guest stars every performance. It could be the start of a holiday tradition.
Appropriate for audiences aged 3 and up.


By David Lindsay-Abaire
Abby and Marilyn are sharing a room in the Bristol Place Senior Living Facility. The ladies do not get along and begin to hilariously, and then dangerously, prank each other in the hopes of having the room to themselves.
Mild, adult language and situations.


By Lorraine Hansberry
A Raisin in the Sun portrays a few weeks in the life of the Youngers, an African-American family living on the South Side of Chicago in the 1950s. When the play opens, the Youngers are about to receive an insurance check for $10,000. Each of the adult members of the family has an idea as to what he or she would like to do with this money. This landmark play was the first play on Broadway written by an African-American female.
Appropriate for audiences aged 13 and up.


Book by Douglass Wallop George Abbott
Music and Lyrics by Jerry Ross Richard Adler
Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop
Middle-aged baseball fanatic Joe Boyd, trades his soul to the Devil, also known as Mr. Applegate, for a chance to lead his favorite team to victory in the pennant race against the New York Yankees. As young baseball sensation, Joe Hardy, he transforms the hapless Washington Senators into a winning team, only to realize the true worth of the life that he’s left behind. Joe ultimately outsmarts Applegate, returns to his former self and shepherds the Senators to the World Series.
Appropriate for audiences aged 13 and up.


Lyrics by Timothy Allen McDonald, Jonathan K. Waller
Music by Timothy Allen McDonald, Jonathan K. Waller, David Weinstein & Stephen Gabriel
Book by Timothy Allen McDonald
Based on the book, Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown
Stanley Lambchop is your ordinary, everyday ten-year-old until the bulletin board on the wall above his bed comes loose and falls right on top of him. The next morning, Stanley wakes up flat. In a whirlwind musical travelogue, Stanley — the ultimate exchange student — scours the globe for a solution to his unusual problem. He’s stamped, posted and cancelled from Hollywood and France to Honolulu and beyond, all in an effort to become a three-dimensional boy once more.
Appropriate for audiences aged 3 and up.


By Neil Simon
The second in Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Neil Simon’s trilogy which began with Brighton Beach Memoirs and concluded with Broadway Bound. When we last met Eugene Jerome, he was coping with adolescence in 1930’s Brooklyn. Here, he is a young army recruit during WW II, going through basic training and learning about Life and Love.
Appropriate for audiences aged 13 and up.


The stage might be dark, but you can still hang out with some of the best Theatre Arlington talent for a relaxed evening of music and fun! Stay tuned for more information about the individual performances.
*Special Series not part of Regular Season Package
Appropriate for audiences aged 16 and up.