2016-2017 Season

Barron Spotlighters is proud to announce our 2016-2017 Season shows.  We have expanded to a four show season.  The August show is now part of the regular season!

**NOTE** The Spring 2017 performance dates for “Killroy Was Here” have been updated, please see below to mark your calendars properly.

2016-2017 Shows:

My Fair Lady  playing August 19, 20, 26, 27 at 7:30pm

Professor Henry Higgins takes a bet from Colonel Pickering that he can transform unrefined, dirty Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle into a lady, and fool everyone into thinking she really is one, too!  He succeeds, and thus young aristocrat Freddy Eynsford-Hill falls madly in love with her.  But when Higgins takes all the credit and forgets to acknowledge her efforts, Eliza angrily leaves him for Freddy.  Suddenly Higgins realizes he’s grown accustomed to her face and truly can’t live without it.


Who’s On First?  playing Sept 23, 24, 30 & Oct 1 at 7:30pm, Sept 25 & Oct 2 at 2:30pm

 Take a husband, wife, lover and friend, add a strange lamp, a gun and a rubber chicken.  Now add a party that begins at 8pm, then again at 8pm, and then again at 8pm, and you have this nightmare comedy.  Four people find themselves reliving one horrible hour over and over…

A Tale of Two Cities  playing Feb 10, 11, 17, 18 at 7:30pm, Feb 12, 19 at 2:30pm

Based on the novel by Charles Dickens, set in London and Paris before and during the French Revolution. The story depicts the plight of French peasantry demoralized by the French aristocracy in the years leading up to the French Revolution.  The brutality demonstrated by the revolutionaries toward the former aristocrats in the early years of the Revolution and unflattering social parallels with life in London during the same period makes for a powerful story.

Killroy Was Here  playing March 31, April 1, 7, 8 at 7:30pm, April 2, 9 at 2:30pm

Salute the brave men and women serving in the military with this patriotic comedy.  We guarantee there won’t be a dry eye in the house after the stirring song ’Together We Must Stand’ and a tribute to all branches of the military.  Still, Kilroy is a comedy and the setting is a USO Club (’The Serviceman’s ’Home Away From Home’’) in 1942 Brooklyn.  Ships leaving the nearby Navy yard are being sunk by enemy U-boats.  Allied Intelligence suspects the USO club is unknowingly harboring Axis spies.  Enter Private Joe Kilroy, a young soldier who draws a curious cartoon face everywhere he goes (and is this causing trouble!).  He’s the only one who knows where the next Allied convoy will converge.  Enemy agents will stop at nothing to learn his secret.  The action builds to an exciting finale during a wild radio broadcast.  The score includes such hits as ’Don’t Say No To The U.S.O.,’ ’Slap That Jukebox,’ ’Jitterbug Saturday Night,’ and ’Rat-a-tat-tat That Rivet,’ performed with classic Andrews Sisters-style harmony.