Our 48th Season


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Directed by Adam Konowe

Produced by Jerry & Bea Morse

April 24, 25, May 1, 2, 3*, 8, 9, 2015

Please note: May 3 is a matinee with a 2:00pm curtain

RCP is proud to bring Fox on the Fairway back to the DC Metro area after first premiering at Signature in October of 2010. The stuffy atmosphere of a private golf club is the perfect setting for Ludwig’s madcap adventure featuring mistaken identities, slamming doors, and hysterical hi-jinx. The Washington Examiner stated, “Ken Ludwig has a wicked sense of comedic anarchy, giving his characters such zany idiosyncrasies that they soar to dizzying heights!”. We know how much you enjoyed Lend Me A Tenor and we are confident you will agree with the New Jersey star Ledger that, “The Fox on the Fairway is phenomenally funny!”

Charlie Brown

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Directed by Richard Bird

Music Direction by Mark V. Deal

Oct.17, 18, 24, 25, 26*, 31, Nov. 1, 2*, 7, 8 2014

Please note: Oct. 26 and Nov. 2 are matinees with 2:00pm curtains.

We open our 48th season with the family-friendly, 1999 revised musical, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. Winner of two Tony awards- featured actress (Kristin Chenoweth) and featured actor (Roger Bart),the musical showcases all of your favorite Charles Schultz characters including, Linus, Lucy, Sally, Schroeder, and your favorite pooch, Snoopy. Let RCP bring back your childhood memories of the “Peanuts” gang and help you share them with a younger generation as you experience an average day in the life of Charlie Brown.

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Directed by Jessie Roberts

Produced by Jocelyn Steiner & Jay Stein

Jan. 16, 17, 23, 24, 25*, 30, 31, 2015

Please note: Jan. 25 is a matinee with a 2:00pm curtain


Playwright Alex Dennison invites actors, a producer, and a director for a first reading of his new play. As the artists gather, they are surprised to see that Alex has assembled the identical team as his last play which ended rather abruptly when his leading lady and fiancée was found dead from an apparent suicide on opening night. Quickly, the invitees soon discover that they may not be reading a new play, but instead trying to verify alibis for Alex’s fiancee’s murder. As everyone reads their part in the new play, startling connections to the murder begin to unfold and the growing tension reaches the boiling point with surprising revelations. Based upon the 1982 film featuring Robert Preston and Lynn Redgrave, “Rehearsal for Murder,” as any good mystery, will surely have you wondering, “Who dunnit?”


More Info Directed by Mark Hidalgo

Music Direction by Elisa Rosman

Produced by Jennifer Lambert

Feb. 27, 28, March 6, 7, 8*, 13, 14, 15* 20, 21, 2015

Please note: March 8 & 15 are matinees with 2:00pm curtains

Whatever happened to…? When a silent movie star is discarded by tinsel town and replaced by “talkies,” her career may fade…but not her light. Sunset Boulevard zooms in for a close-up on Norma Desmond, electrifying star of yesteryear. With the help and inspiration of Joe Gillis, a struggling screenwriter, Norma sets down a path to remind Hollywood and the world that she is still big– “it’s the pictures that got small.” Winner of seven Tony Awards, Sunset Boulevard combines the classic movie feel with what TIME magazine calls “Lloyd Webber’s most artfully constructed score.” The hit musical has engulfed audiences around the world. Lights, camera, action!

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Our dedicated volunteers will put their sweat, blood, and undying resolve, into building sets, sewing costumes, and collecting props. Your donation, no matter how small will help us purchase the supplies we need. Below are just a few of the ways we use your donations:
Batteries for wireless microphones
Paint and glue
Lighting equipment
Playbill printing
Royalty fees for New Play Project
Opening Night champagne reception

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