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Our 2019-2020 ACT Main Stage Season!

Ken Ludwig’s Leading Ladies

By Ken Ludwig

8 pm: October 4-5, 10-12, 17-19
2 pm: October 6, 13

Comedy Two English actors learn a wealthy American woman is dying and looking for her lost family members. The two men cook up a perfect plan to pass themselves off as the missing kin and get the inheritance, discovering a little too late…the lost relatives are both women! PG-13 Sponsored by The Lakeside at Amelia Island


Logo-ColorA Christmas Story

Adapted by Philip Grecian

8 pm: December 6-7, 12-14, 19-21
2 pm: December 8, 15

Family Comedy This classic family Christmas story is based on Jean Shepherd’s memoir of growing up in the Midwest in the 1940s and the quest to get a Red Ryder BB gun, despite the constant adult warning, “You’ll shoot your eye out!” G
Sponsored by dtw Research, Inc. and VyStar Credit Union




The Humans

By Stephen Karam

Winner of the 2016 Tony Award for Best Play!

8 pm: January 31,February 1, 6-8, 13-15
2 pm: February 2, 9

Comedic Drama A family breaks with their Thanksgiving traditions as they travel to New York to celebrate with their daughter. The change in plans leads to secrets being exposed in a deeply moving and humorous story about need and love. PG-13



The Book of Will

By Lauren Gunderson

8 pm: March 27-28
April 2-4, 9-11
2 pm: March 29, April 5

Dramatic Comedy William Shakespeare has died. His few remaining friends from the stage band together to recall and find the scattered remains of his plays so they can be printed as the First Folio before they are lost forever! PG-13



Radium Girls

By D.W. Gregory

8 pm: June 5-6, 11-13, 18-20
2 pm: June 7, 14

Drama The year is 1926. Radium is a miracle cure, Madame Curie is an international celebrity, and luminous watches are on every wrist…until the young women who paint them begin to show signs of a mysterious disease. Inspired by a true story, Grace, who paints watch dials, fights for her day in court. PG-13



Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical

Music & Lyrics by TIM MINCHIN

8 pm: August 6-8, 13-15, 20-22
2 pm: August 9, 16, 23

Musical, Comedic Drama When Matilda, a young girl with a little magic and a lot of imagination, stands up against the evil headmistress, an amazing and inspiring tale unfolds. Matilda is determined to change her story with a lot of strength and a bit of magic. PG
Sponsored by Bill Stash, Wells Fargo Advisors


                                          Our 2019-2020 ACT Studio 209 Season!


LogoType_Tiny_Beautiful_Things_Color_SquareTiny Beautiful Things

Based on the Book by Cheryl Strayed
Adapted for the Stage by Nia Vardalos
Co-Conceived by Marshall Heyman,
Thomas Kail, and Nia Vardalos

8 pm: September 6-7, 12-14
2 pm: September 8

Comedic Drama This beautiful and intense story brings to life the persona of online advice columnist Sugar. When thousands of anonymous questions pour onto her computer screen, Sugar answers each question with startling honesty and empathy. R
Sponsored by Coastal Cloud


Logotype_Women_Playing_Hamlet_Color_SquareWomen Playing Hamlet

By William Missouri Downs

8 pm: November 8-9, 14-16
2 pm: November 10

Comedy In this hilariously funny show, Jessica asks “can a woman play Hamlet?” as she hides from a vengeful Sir Patrick Stewart, dodges harassing baristas with theatre degrees, and waits for judgmental PowerPoint presentations. PG-13
Sponsored by Amelia Island Escape Rooms



Expecting Isabel

By Lisa Loomer

8 pm: January 10-11, 16-18
2 pm: January 12

Comedic Drama When Miranda finds herself moderately happily married and about to turn forty, she and her husband decide to have a child. But conceiving a child is not as easy as they think. Striving for the impossible, Miranda has to learn how to love…again. R
Sponsored by Wallace Pierson Travel



A Doll’s House Part 2

By Lucas Hnath

8 pm: March 6-7, 12-14
2 pm: March 8

Comedic Drama Receiving eight Tony Award nominations, this show begins as Nora returns to the house which she left fifteen years ago. With modern language, the play continues where Ibsen left off with a thought-provoking and entertaining continuation of Nora’s story. PG-13



Where Words Once Were

By Finegan Kruckemeyer

7 pm: May 15-16, 21-23
2 pm: May 17

Fantasy Drama for All Audiences This modern fairytale tells a story about language and its absences. Orhan, the baker’s son, knows there are only 1000 words in The City. Orhan must look for intrigue, love, and wonder in the spaces where words once were. G
Sponsored by Jo-Ann and Stephan Leimberg



One Man, Two Guvnors

By Richard Bean
Based on “The Servant of Two
Masters” by Carlo Goldoni with songs by Grant Olding

8 pm: July 17-18, 23-25
2 pm: July 19

Comedic Farce With continuously outrageous shenanigans, Francis finds himself employed by both a mysteriously not-dead gangster and the surprised murderer of the not-dead gangster! PG-13