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Bell, Book and Candle

Pasture Prime's innaugural production at Dexter Hall in the Charlton Public Library.


Directed by Don Konopacki

A Hotel On Marvin Gardens

America's favorite board game becomes a metaphor for American greed.


Directed by Rip Pellaton


Pasture Prime's first production at the Charlton Arts & Activities Center.


Directed by Carole Hayes

You're a Good Man Charlie Brown

Pasture Prime's first musical.


Directed by Rip Pellaton


Sir Alan Ayckbourn' cycle of five linked 1-Act Plays


Directed by Rip Pellaton and Don Konopacki

The Runner Stumbles

The powerful drama about the mysterious death of a nun in northern Michigan.


Directed by Rip Pellaton

Too Soon For Daisies

The outrageous escapades of three escapees from a home for indigent elders.


Directed by Don Konopacki

Out of Order

A hilarious Ray Cooney farce. What happens when s tryst  is interupted by a dead body in a window?


Directed by Carole Hayes

Bad Seed

The chilling story of a very naughty little girl.  


Directed by Don Konopacki

The Hallelujah Girls

Hilarity abounds when the feisty females of Eden Falls, Georgia, decide to shake up their lives.


Directed by Eric Hart

Box of Clowns in "Mom"

What happens when a steamer trunk filled with 3 clown siblings seeks to grant their mother's final wish of scattering her ashes.


The Jungle Book

The Pasture Bedtime Players first production of the Rudyard Kipling story.


Directed by Gina Metras


Wedding Secrets

Secrets abound in this comic take on the first meeting of in-laws.


Directed by Don Konopacki


Dr. Cook's Garden

In a Vermont village, a beloved old physician acts as God, determining who will live and who will die..


Directed by Eric Hart

Treasure Island

The Pasture Bedtime Players bring Robert Louis Stevenson's swashbuckling book to life


Directed by Gina Metras


The Uninvited

The haunting story of a beautiful young girl whose mysterious birth holds the key to the puzzle that is Cliff End.


Directed by Don Konopacki

A Bedfull of Foreigners

Stanley and Brenda find themselves at a  village Inn near the German border on the eve of a local festival. Confusion turns to chaos in this wild farce

Directed by Lynn Boucher

Adventures with Aesop

The Pasture Bedtime Players perform a wonderful rendition of some of Aesop's favorite fables.


Directed by Gina Metras and Joni Metras


Dial "M" for Murder

Murder's afoot in merry old England in this exciting murder/mystery.

Directed by Mary Gahagan


The Foreigner

Hijinxs galore as a man pretends to be  a foreigner in the deep south.

Directed by Mary Gahagan



Pasture Bedtimes Players first musical is a whimsical journey through Whoville

Directed by Joni Metras


The Maltese Falcon

What is the enigmatic Maltese Falcon as the  noir classic is presented  on stage.

Directed by Don Konopacki


Lost and Found

Two lost souls meet and find love in this original dramedy by local playwright Ed Humphries

Directed by Ed Humphries


Wait Until Dark

A sinister con man and two ex-convicts, meet their match, when a blind woman turns off all the lights leaving them to maneuver in the dark in a deadly game of cat and mouse.

Directed by Marty Black-Eagle


The Haunting of Hill house

A small group of “psychically receptive” people are brought together in Hill House, The visitors have come to probe the secrets of the old house and to draw forth the mysterious powers that it is alleged to possess.

Directed by Don Konopacki

A Couple of Blaguards

The trials of the young McCourts in poverty-stricken Limerick, Ireland, to their journey to the U.S. and Brooklyn, New York.


Directed by Pilgrim Soul productions

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