Our Main Stage Season

2022-2023

Playing Our Part Since 1965

All Main Stage shows are cabaret style. Doors open one hour prior to curtain and audiences are invited to bring their own food and drink.  As always, snacks and beverages are available in our lobby before the show and during intermission.  

Upcoming Shows

Told with humor, anger, faith, frustration, and hope this stunningly powerful piece is one you won’t want to miss.

**Recommended for Mature Audiences**

The Exonerated

September 9th – September 25th, 2022

Presented without intermission 

Thursday, Friday & Saturday Evenings at 8pm
Sunday Matinees: September 18th & 25nd at 5pm

Written by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen

Directed by Beth Young

In conjunction with the Innocence Project, underwritten by the Taylor-Zemo Foundation, The Exonerated interweaves the true-life stories of people who were wrongfully convicted and sentenced to death, emphasizing what happened in their lives after their convictions. 

Told with humor, anger, faith, frustration, and hope this stunningly powerful piece is one you won’t want to miss.

Pete Wikul Band

October 29th

A night of music so good – it’s spooky!

More information coming soon!

Piano Bar…n

November 11th & 12th 

A wickedly entertaining evening filled with live music, talented performers and good company. 

If you’ve ever been to a New York City piano bar then you’ve experienced that indefinable spark of anything-can-happen musical mischief and fun that we’ve brought home to Ridgefield.

Due to its spontaneous nature, this event is recommended for mature audiences.

RTB’s Super Nifty Holiday BASH!

December 1st to the 18th, 2022

Thursday, Friday & Saturday Evenings at 8pm
Sundays December  at 4th, 11th, and 18th at 2pm

An evening of one acts

March 10th to April 1

Our annual celebration of original one-act plays by (mostly) local playwrights

More information coming soon!

Next to Normal

June 2nd to 24th

Next to Normal, with book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey and music by Tom Kitt, explores how one suburban household copes with crisis and mental illness. Winner of three 2009 Tony Awards, including Best Musical Score and the 2010 Pulitzer Prize, Next to Normal was also chosen as “one of the year’s ten best shows” by critics around the country, including The Los Angeles TimesThe Washington PostRolling Stone and The New York Times.

More information coming soon!