Our 37th Season
Directed by Christopher King
The story of young Helen Keller, rendered blind, deaf and mute from illness and unable to communicate. Through persistence, love, and sheer stubbornness, tutor Annie Sullivan breaks through the silence and darkness that surrounds Helen, bringing the world to her once again.
This show is brought to you by Boot Hill Feeders and Boot Hill Casino and Resort.
Performances: February 21st, 22nd, 23rd
February 28th, 29th and March 1st
March 6th, 7th and 8th
Lobby Doors/Bar Open: 5:30pm
Seating for Dinner: 6:15pm
Curtain at 7:30pm
ALL SUNDAY SHOWS ARE MATINEE
Lobby Doors/Bar Open: 12:00pm
Seating for Dinner: 12:45pm
Curtain at 2:00pm
Single Dinner/Show Ticket $50
Senior and Family Sunday Matinee $40 includes Dinner and Show
Group Discount $40 for Groups of 12 or more.
Children of Eden
A musical by Stephen Schwartz
Directed by Christopher King
A wonderfully creative musical based on the story of Adam and Eve and the story of Noah from the Book of Genesis, Children of Eden explores what it means to be a family and to have hope with each new day. Come two-by-two to experience these thrilling tales with uplifting music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz (Godspell, Wicked), based on the book by John Caird.
Open Auditions: Friday, February 7th from 7-10pm and callbacks on Saturday, February 8th from 7-10pm
April 24th, 25th and 26th
May 1st, 2nd and 3rd
May 8th, 9th and 10th
Cinco de Mayo
The Depot Theater’s “to be developed” Cultural Division will celebrate May with an inaugural event to be announced. The groups first formal theater production will be scheduled in the 2020-2021 season. Watch for this pre-Cinco de Mayo weekend celebration of performance arts and culture.
Performances: Coming the first weekend in May 2020
A Musical and Performance Summer Camp and Show!
This two-week summer camp for kids of all ages will culminate in an old-fashioned night of Broadway fun! Through activities and experiential learning, participants will explore everything from auditioning, stage make-up, and costumes to singing, dancing and creating their own “Magical Broadway Show!”
The camp will be part of a newly developed Youth Division which will prepare students for roles in mainstream productions as well as for future youth productions.
Reservation Policy: Reservations must be paid prior to the evening attended. Reservations are strongly encouraged, however walk in traffic may be accommodated if seats are available. No fee is charged for changing the number of reservations or date of reservation.
Cancellation Policy: 24 hour notice is required for cancellations. Failure to attend without notification will result in full price billing.
Refund Policy: We can not refund money for tickets for any reason. However, we can move your tickets to another performance of the same show or let you use those tickets for a future show.