2020 Season

Camarillo Skyway Playhouse is excited to announce our 40th anniversary season!

As of 2020, CSP has been in our current location for 40 years, and we thank all of you who have helped to #KeepSkywayFlying – but we will still need your help in 2020 by supporting our shows, making donations, and celebrating our Ruby Anniversary Season – #2020is40CSP – all year long!

Without further ado, we present our season celebrating new works, old favorites, farces, and reimagined takes on plays…

      • Murdered to Death: February 7 – March 8

      • Disaster! : April 10 – May 10

      • The Sound of Music: June 12 – July 12

      • Camelot: August 7 – September 6

      • Wait Until Dark: October 16 – November 15

The season begins with Murdered to Death, the farce by Peter Gordon, directed by Kyle Johnson, in which Agatha Christie-style characters and mysteries are spoofed. Then there’s Disaster! by Jack Plotnick and Seth Rudetskey and directed by Noah Terry – 1970s favorite songs such as “I Will Survive” set to the disasters made famous from the films of the same era in an unforgettably comedic fashion. Next comes The Sound of Music by Rodgers and Hammerstein, directed by Caleb Heulitt and Olivia Heulitt, the classic musical of family and love during World War II. That’s followed by Camelot by Lerner and Lowe, directed by Artistic Director Dean Johnson, the reimagined hit made popular by the Pasadena Playhouse focusing on a more intimate telling of the Arthurian tale. The season concludes with Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott, adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher, and directed by Brian Robert Harris – the suspenseful drama newly adapted in 2013 about a blind woman trying to fight off her intruders.  We are selling season tickets this year – email us at info@skywayplayhouse.org for more details – and we look forward to seeing you at the theatre! #2020is40CSP


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