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2024 Season

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Show Dates:
February 23, 24, 25
March 1, 2, 3

Lancaster Masonic Temple

224 S. High St.

Get ready to laugh until your face hurts—Forbidden Broadway is coming to Lancaster!  In this legendary, iconic, and comic Off-Broadway hit musical revue, Broadway’s greatest musical legends meet Broadway’s greatest satirist in this hilarious, loving, and endlessly entertaining tribute to some of the theatre’s greatest stars and songwriters. The show parodies Broadway Musicals including Annie, Chicago, Phantom, Fiddler, Spamalot, Mamma Mia, and many others, with wit, charm, and hysterical lyrics.  Where else does Ethel Merman meet the Phantom of the Opera and tell him he can't sing? (And that she doesn't need a microphone?)

Live accompaniment on the Temple's grand piano by one of the area's finest theatrical accompanists!

Show Dates:
May 3, 4, 5
0, 11, 12


Lancaster Masonic Temple

224 S. High St.

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This dynamic musical adaptation of Rick Riordan's bestselling book opened on Broadway in 2019. When teenager Percy Jackson discovers he's a demigod, he and his friends embark on an epic journey to find Zeus' missing lightning bolt and prevent a war among the gods.

The show will have two casts (Cast A & Cast B) featuring some 54 local students!


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A Penguin Project production!

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Show Dates:
August 8, 9, 10, 11


Thomas Ewing Jr. High School

2024 Sheridan Dr.

Ugly looks quite a bit different from his darling duckling brothers and sisters. The other animals on the farm are quick to notice and point this out, despite his mother's protective flapping. Feeling rather foul about himself, the little fowl finds himself on an adventure of self-discovery, all the while unknowingly outwitting a very hungry Cat. Along the way, Ugly meets a whole flock of unique characters and finds out being different is not a bad thing to be.

Once a year, a magical and touching celebration of the human spirit unfolds at numerous theaters across the country. A group of children in a program called The Penguin Project take to the stage to perform a modified version of a well-known Broadway musical. These productions are unique, however, because all the roles are filled by young artists with developmental disabilities including Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, visual impairment, hearing impairment, and other neurological disorders. They are joined on stage by a dedicated group of “peer mentors” – children the same age without disabilities who have volunteered to work side-by-side with them through 4 months of rehearsals and through the final performance. By providing access to community theater, The Penguin Project demonstrates that the special challenges of a disability should not handicap a child’s ability to participate in life’s experiences.

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More info coming soon!

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