Shakespeare: Alive & Kicking!

2560x1440-davys-grey-solid-color-backgroundCelebrating Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary


April 2017

Spoken Word Weekend

Guilty Parties of New Orleans

by Jeremiah Miller

This unique weekend will feature a Reader’s Theatre production Jeremiah Miller’s  new play, on Friday April 28th at 7:30 pm.


2017 marks 50 years since a prosecutor in New Orleans stunned the world by announcing that he had positively solved the Kennedy assassination and putting a beloved civic leader on trial for conspiracy. With all the novelty and intrigue of Mardi Gras, this sensational American story crowns a play that ruminates on the character of man and the very nature of truth.

Spoken Word Play 15: TRUTH

co-directed by Marie Winger and Daina Savage,

Spoken Word Play returns with this year’s theme, TRUTH.    Writers & performers  celebrate the spoken word in verse, story, and song . Saturday, April 29th at 7:30 pm.

Spoken Word Weekend performances will be held at
Community Mennonite Church of Lancaster,
328 West Orange Street. Lancaster PA.

General Admission: $15        (See both shows for $25)

Students with valid ID: $10

Shakespeare Face to Face Residency

Week of May 8th, 2017 at Lancaster Country Day School

Shaking up Shakespeare Camp II

Theater of the Seventh Sister & Lancaster Country Day School team up again for this fun summer camp.

Summer 2017 – Details TBA.

Coming This Fall!

Collaborative Performance

Fall 2017 TSS will join with another company for a unique collaborative performance.  Details TBA.

Clybourne Park

by Bruce Norris

A staged reading for EPAC on the Edge

November 10, 2017

Ephrata Performing Arts Center

The Barbara Barden Dance Series

The annual dance series returns.   This two-day festival will feature works from dance studios, companies, and independent choreographers. Details TBA.


Performances will be held at
Lancaster Country Day School’s Steinman Theater,
725 Hamilton Road, Lancaster PA.

Performances subject to change.