• September 23-September 23, 2017

    Davis Theatre I

    Rating: the whole family

    "No Business Like It" by Carl L. Williams Directed by Andy Salcedo "What the Dickens" by James Hutchison Directed by Lisa Jebsen "Bed and Breakfast" by Deborah Lerner Duane Directed by Tracy Alexander You must see all 3 for your vote to count.  There will be snacks served between each performance.  A reception will follow the final performance and the winner will be announced.

  • October 7-October 7, 2017

    Yucca Theatre

    Rating: an adult audience

    Looking for a unique entertainment experience? Look no further than Improv at the Yucca, a “whose line is it anyway?” style of improvisation right here in the Permian Basin! Our talented troupe of actors will have you in stitches with this on the fly comedy show where YOU get to choose the scenario for the jokes. So come out to Yucca theatre, have a cocktail and enjoy some great one-of-a-kind comedy!

  • September 8-September 30, 2017

    Mabee Theatre II

    Co-Producer: Concho Resources, Inc.

    Rating: an adult audience

    Aaron and Casey’s first date is also a blind one. Set up by a mutual friend, the two spend an evening at an upscale New York restaurant. Aaron and Casey are interrupted throughout dinner by friends, other guests from the restaurant, and even images from their own imagination. At times charming and other times awkward, this modern musical comedy is sure to amuse and entertain.

  • October 6-October 15, 2017

    Davis Theatre I

    Rating: the whole family

    An original production workshopped by Bill Williams with our Pickwick Players, Project 398.2 is a modern fairy tale. A young teenage girl uses her local library and especially the fairy tale section, as a means of escape from her troubled life. With live music, dance and traditional storytelling, join the Pickwick Players in this production that moves seamlessly from reality to fantasy.

  • October 20-November 11, 2017

    Mabee Theatre II

    Co-Producer: Concho Resources, Inc.

    Rating: those 8 and up due to subject matter

    2016 McLaren Comedy Festival Winner

    The 2016 fan favorite and McLaren Comedy Festival Winner is the perfect relief from holiday stress. Carl, a struggling newspaper reporter, learns his job is in jeopardy if he is unable to produce a great holiday story. He decides to use his family’s antics as fodder. With sibling rivalry and a meddling mother and grandmother can Carl create the perfect piece to save his career?

  • November 17-December 16, 2017

    Davis Theatre I

    Co-Producer: Fasken Oil & Ranch. Ltd.

    Rating: the whole family

    Fred Gailey tries to woo Doris Walker by gaining the affection of her daughter. Fred takes Susan to see Santa Claus at Macy's, where Doris works, but this bearded man is not your ordinary department store Kris Kringle. Love and happiness take over Manhattan in this musical adaptation of a Christmas favorite. Enjoy this holiday classic with the entire family.