The 2017 Season

Go to our Box Office page to reserve tickets. Thursdays are always pay-what-you-can at the door or $18 in advance to reserve your spot! Come to shows often? Want to save money and get extra perks? Check out our Membership Program! Don’t forget, we have Micetro Improv every Friday at 9:30 pm! All shows are at the theater at 327 Main Street, Wakefield, RI.


wakefield-idol-final-shot-2016Wakefield Idol

Thursdays, Jan 19 – Mar 23 at 7 pm

The hottest thing in town! In the fourth annual Wakefield Idol, 64 local singers compete for a $1500 cash prize! Our judges and the live audience vote for the best of the best as the singers dazzle the crowd! Stay engaged and excited all winter with Wakefield Idol!

(Photo by Seth Jacobson Photography)

Springboard Season

Fridays, Jan 27 – Apr 1 at 7 pm

Our annual Springboard Season features projects proposed and created by the community! Works range from full-length plays to staged readings to storytelling series. See the breadth of ideas and depth of talent our region has to offer! See the schedule here.


Whodunit? An Improvised Murder Mystery

Saturdays, Jan 28 – Mar 18 at 7 pm

Classic whodunits with a twist: it’s all improvised! Our actors will weave webs of secrets, deception, and mystery as we wind our way through a different murder case each week. Our first improvised play, Slamming Doors, was a huge success, and this promises more excitement!

(Photo by Blacknight Studios)

Micetro Improv and The Weekender


Every Friday at 9:30 pm and Sunday at 5 pm – Tickets available at the door only – Micetro $8, The Weekender is free

Our troupe of improvisers make up scenes and songs on-the-spot in these great improvised shows! Every Friday, enjoy Micetro, our flagship improv show! Players compete for your votes and the title of Micetro in this fun-filled night! Every Sunday, celebrate all of the wonderful things that improv offers in our free experimental show featuring new groups, students, and our wildest ideas!


paradise-park-ashleyEvery Brilliant Thing by Duncan Macmillan

Apr 7-8, 13-15 at 7 pm, Apr 9 at 2 pm

Every Brilliant Thing starts with a child’s attempts to help her mother and follows her through her own grown-up struggles. It all comes down to a list of every brilliant thing in life – from ice cream to falling in love. It’s a heartfelt and hilarious look at depression in an intimate and interactive one-woman show!

Note: This play discusses suicide.

(Photo by Seth Jacobson Photography)


Dirt by Bryony Lavery and The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl

Dirt: Apr 21-22, May 4-6, 20 at 7 pm, May 7 at 2 pm
The Clean House: Apr 28-29, May 11-13, 19 at 7 pm, May 14 at 2 pm

“If you do not clean: how do you know if you’ve made any progress in life?”

Two powerful plays that find the humor in our most human experiences: life, death, lust, and jealousy. Performed in repertory, these two productions play off each other beautifully. The Clean House deals with death, the importance of laughter, and a woman’s relationship with her husband’s lover. Dirt follows a charming woman through the night she didn’t know would be her last – from dinner to dust.