Shows & Tickets

One Weekend Only


Dec. 10-12, 2021 (Wood Center)

Directed by Cyd Tokar

Friday & Saturday Evening Performances:  7:30pm
Sunday Matinee Performance:  2pm

This beloved American holiday classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940s radio broadcast. With the help of an ensemble that brings a few dozen characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.

(Holiday/Drama, Rated PG)

Brent Blair as Freddie Filmore/Announcer, Bert, Joseph, Peter Bailey, Sam Wainright, and others
Donald Aines as Jake Laurents/George Bailey
AimeeBeth Davis as Sally Applewhite/Mary Hatch
Avan Kennedy as Harry Heywood/Clarence, Harry Bailey, Tommy Bailey, Man, Sheriff
Sarah Beveridge as Lana Sherwood/Violet Bick, Zuzu, and Ruth Dakin
David Hurlbert as Mr. Gower, Uncle Billy, Martini, and others
Matt Henning as Potter, Ernie, Old Man Collins, Nick, and others
Janine Faust as Stage Manager and others
Jessica Shelleman as Rose Bailey, Mrs. Thompson, and others
Kimberly Orr as Mrs. Hatch, Janie, Bridge Keeper, and others

Street parking is available on S. Main Street at no charge during our performance times, but space is limited.  The Capitol Theatre’s parking lot is located in the rear of the building, and can be accessed off of W. Washington Street.  This lot features handicap parking, as well as a handicap-accessible entrance.  Space in this lot is also limited.  Overflow parking is located approximately 300 yards down W. Washington Street in the rear of the BIG LOTS parking lot.  There is no charge to park in either of these locations.

PLEASE NOTE…the Kerrstown Square lot located directly across from the Capitol Theatre’s main marquee entrance is a private lot.  Any unauthorized cars parked in this lot are subject to towing, at the vehicle owner’s expense.

Production Photos

Photo Credits: Christopher Hann

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