Studio Series productions are usually one weekend only and normally consist of staged readings.  These performances tend to lean toward the edgy side You will see new works (sometimes by local artists!) as well as a variety of thought provoking topics to challenge the mind.


An Evening with

Willie Crockett

October 7, 2017 at 8:00pm


An Evening with Willie Crockett


The North Street Playhouse

Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 8:00pm


Tangier Island native and Onancock resident, Willie Crockett is a master storyteller of his adventures and misadventures of growing up on Tangier Island and the various experiences he garnered throughout his journey from minister to the renowned artist he is today.  Spend a delightful evening listening to Willie’s original poetry, life reflections, and stories of people and experiences that have shaped his life.

Tickets: $10 General Admission

Visit Willie Crockett's Website to see his work:

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October 27, 2017 - The FUN begins at 6:00pm!


Come on out and join us for a family fun, free movie night!

Cocktail hour begins at 6:00pm! Hocus Pocus Movie begins at 7:00pm!

  • Cash bar
  • Signature drinks (for adults & children!!!)
  • Adult Costume Contest
  • Children Costume Contest
  • FREE hors d'oeuvres!
  • Create magic wands for $3.00!
  • $5.00 for Hocus Pocus Bingo!
  • $1.00 for Poke a Pumpkin!
  • $1.00 for Face Painting!
  • $1.00 for Catch a Ghost!
  • Photo Booth!
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Mid-Winter's Night

February 9 & 10, 2018 at 8:00pm

 Co-produced by the  Eastern Shore Community College

An evening of one act plays performed by theatre students from Arcadia High School, Broadwater Academy, Pocomoke High School, and a dance number performed by our Musical Theatre Dance class by Nandua High School students!

Tickets: $10 General Admission




written by Michelle Kholos Brooks and Kelly Younger

February 16 & 17 at 8:00pm

   Peg and Irv, two quirky but endearing baby-boomers, bravely venture into the world of modern dating. But when these two opposites attract, they discover love isn’t any easier the second time around…KALAMAZOO is a romantic comedy about life’s second act and learning thatyou’re never too old to be young.


Directed by Sara Stuart

Starring Terry Bliss and Jim Szablewicz

Produced by special arrangement with  Dramatists Play

Tickets: $15 Adult  $13 Senior  $10 Student



Friday, March 2, 2018

Join us for a fabulous night of Improv with our 'Spelling Bee' cast!

What's going to happen? Your guess is as good as ours!

Hosted by Scott Whitaker

General Admission: $10

Meet the Cast at 7:00pm! Hang out, play games and enjoy some of our signature drinks for $5.00!

Performance at 8:00pm!


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Friday, April 13th, 2018

Admission is free!  There will be a cash bar and specialty hors d’oeuvres for purchase.  For parents who want to make it a “date-night,” we will be offering a baby-sitting service for a donation. (Only children who are potty-trained please).  Cocktails will be served beginning at 6:30pm, and the movie starts at 7:00.  There will be a brief intermission in the film so you can freshen your beverage or indulge in some more snacks.  There will also be a raffle to win a date-night on us.  Enter to win an evening at our upcoming show Fully Committed, featuring Peej Mele!  Prize includes two tickets, complimentary tickets, and other surprises!

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Roman Fever and Culver City Fever

Friday, May 18, 2018 at 8:00pm

Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 8:00pm

Are friendships in the 21st century really any different from those a hundred years ago? Greg Jones takes a look at a pair of  ‘ladies of a certain age’ and their younger counterparts in each era, in his new plays, Roman Fever and Culver City Fever.  Roman Fever, based on a short story by Edith Wharton, set in the 1920’s, reunites two old friends, each of whom has a secret that has significant impact on the other’s life. Culver City Fever, set in the present, introduces the audience to two contemporary women in very different circumstances than the ladies visiting Rome, but not so different in their personalities and their relationship with one another. The subtleties and formalities of the first are replaced with high comic modern skepticism in the second, making for an exciting and diverse evening of theatre. Get in on the development of these new works. Following the staged readings, Greg will be looking for comments and suggestions from the audience. Join us for this Studio Series production and stay to be part of the process!

 Tickets: $12 for adults; $10 for Seniors; $8 for students.

Sponsored by Ed Weber and The Red Queen Gallery