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2022-23 Season Showings

ACT’s 2022 - 2023 Season of Plays

The Play That Goes Wrong Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 & Oct. 7 - 9

Accident-prone thespians battle against all odds to make it to their final curtain call, with hilarious consequences! — directed by Mike Stephens


Nov. 4 -6 & Nov. 11-13

Steven King’s famed psychological thriller is adapted for the stage from the hit film. — directed by Keith May

The Boys Next Door

Jan. 6 - 8 & Jan. 13 - 15

Discover the magic of laughter, the power of love, and the joy of facing a hard world together. — directed by Tyler Sparks & Keith May

Romeo and Juliet

Feb. 24 - 26 & March 3 - 5

Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers give their all for love in this enduring classic. — directed by Ginger Vinson

Sherlock’s Veiled Secret

April 7 - 9 and April 14-16

What secret could be so dark, so deadly, as to rouse the indomitable Sherlock Holmes from his peaceful retirement in Sussex? — directed by Stacey Love & Pam Peraza


June 2 - 4 & June 9 - 11

Follow the adventures of one clan of students at a certain school of magic and magic.* — directed by Scot Miller

*Not endorsed by J.K. Rowling

Angels in America: Millennium Approaches

Summer 2022

 Thursday, August 11 through Saturday, Aug. 13th, 7:30 pm.

“A victory for theater, for the transforming power of the imagination to turn devastation into beauty. ANGELS IN AMERICA is a monumental achievement … “ — Jeremy Gerard, Variety

Set in 1980s New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus. The marriage between a closeted Mormon lawyer and his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and an angel.

Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play is brought to Abilene audiences by a grant from the Abilene Cultural Affairs Council, HeARTS for the ARTS and the City of Abilene.

Directed by Keith May

Presented by special arrangement with Broadway Play Publishing

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