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August 24-27

Irish-American Erik Blake has brought his wife and his mother for Thanksgiving at the new home of his daughter and her boyfriend. His mother (affectionately referred to as “Momo”) is suffering from Alzheimer’s, and his other daughter Aimee has recently been the victim of a nasty breakup. The parents are disappointed that their daughters have left home to struggle in New York City, and worried that they are abandoning their values. The Humans tells the story of the quintessential family reunion: a group of people who love each other but still wrestle with basic human fears: old age, abandonment, poverty, and death. Filled with equal parts humor and hurt, The Humans is a Tony-award winning play from popular playwright Stephen Karam (Speech and Debate).

                                             Directed by Joe Lambert


Patrons take note: The Blackbox Stage is in the 2nd floor and there is no elevator, only stairs.

September 21-24

Becca and Howie Corbett have everything a family could want, until a life-shattering accident turns their world upside down and leaves the couple drifting perilously apart. Rabbit Hole charts their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back into the light of day.                                                                          Directed by Randy Hunt


Patrons take note: The Blackbox Stage is in the 2nd floor and there is no elevator, only stairs.

November 16-19

The Turn of the Screw is the story of a young, inexperienced governess who is charged with the care of Miles and Flora, two small orphaned children abandoned by their uncle at his grand country house. The governess soon realizes that she and the children are not alone... and she and the children are in grave danger.

                                                                  Directed by Joy Lemont

Patrons take note: The Blackbox Stage is in the 2nd floor and there is no elevator, only stairs.

Coming to SAC in 2024 -  the World Premiere of


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Schoolhouse Arts Center is thrilled to announce the world premiere of Inside Man, a full-length play by Schoolhouse regular Randy Hunt. Inside Man will be performed as part of Schoolhouse Arts Center's Blackbox season January 4th-7th, 2024.


Inside Man tells the story of Nick Wells, who is being released from prison after serving 12 years for a DUI that resulted in manslaughter.  Now 32 years old, Nick leaves behind his cellmate, Trent, to begin the process of acclimating back into society.  Nick's parents, Fox and Carol, give Nick a temporary place to live, though Fox isn't happy about it due to their strained relationship. Nick's sister, Janine, welcomes her big brother with open arms, thankful to have her ally and friend home once again. Janine's best friend, Tina, literally joins the party as Nick returns home. Sparks fly between Nick and Tina, and they pursue a quickly budding romance.  As the days go by, Nick struggles to find a job before Fox kicks him out of the house for good, while also trying to adapt to life after prison with his newfound freedom.

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