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Camelot 10/4-27th: Another Outstanding Production at Farmer's Alley Theatre

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2019-20 Season at a Glance

Camelot – October 2019
Season 12 kicks off with a newly reimagined chamber version of Lerner & Loewe’s legendary musical.

It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play – November/December 2019
Our cabaret setting is turned into a real-life radio station as multiple actors play everyone from George Bailey to Clarence, all while creating their own sound effects in this beloved American Holiday Classic.

The Cake – February 2020
From Bekah Brunstetter, one of the lead writers of NBC’s hit show “This is Us”, comes this timely new dramedy about a North Carolina woman who struggles with the choice to bake a cake for a friend’s upcoming wedding – to another woman!

Lost in Yonkers – March 2020
We celebrate the life & career of Neil Simon with his Pulitzer Prize winning work about two teenagers forced to live with their stern grandmother and developmentally challenged Aunt Bella in 1942 Brooklyn.

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill – April/May 2020
Farmers Alley Theatre is once again honored to partner with the Gilmore International Keyboard Festival with this emotionally stirring production about one of America’s jazz icons, Billie Holiday.

Bright Star – June 2020
From authors Steve Martin & Edie Brickell comes this sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American south in the 1920s and ‘40s.  A gift from the heavens for lovers of folk music.

High Fidelity – July/August 2020
Based on the popular novel & film, this energetic rom-com follows record store owner Rob as he struggles to discover why all his relationships seem to end in hilarious heartbreak.  Filled with memorable characters and a rock-and-roll score.

Earlier Event: October 4
Art Hop--Throughout Downtown Kalamazoo
Later Event: October 4
Deanne Smith at The Kalamazoo State