Wednesday, June 15, 2011


womens theater co logoThe Women’s Theater Company is happy to announce their upcoming season beginning in September. 

WHEN: Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 PM and Sunday matinees at 3 PM.
The Parsippany Arts Center, within the Parsippany Community Center, 1130 Knoll Road, Lake Hiawatha.

  • First is the musical, Romance, Romance, music by Keith Herrmann and lyrics by Barry Harman.  September 23 through October 9.
    Two acts linked only by the common theme of love and a particular song that is performed in both acts.  The show was the Tony Winner for Best Musical in 1988.
  • The second show is the comedy, Crimes of The Heart, by Beth Henley. Pulitzer Prize Winner in 1981.  November 18 – December 4, 2011. Three sisters from a dysfunctional Southern family who reunite at Granddaddy’s home.  Lots of laughs.
  • The Last Five Years is a one-act musical by Jason Robert Brown,  which opens on March 2 and runs through March 18, 2012.  The wife’s story is told in reverse chronological order, and the husband’s is told in chronological order. The characters do not directly interact except for a wedding song in the middle as their timelines intersect.
  • The comedy, Southern Comforts, rounds out the season. May 4 – May 20, 2012. Written by Kathleen Clark, it is the tale of two retirement age newly weds who must negotiate how the possessions of two households will fit into one.  Can they live together in peace with their disparate possessions? 

TICKETS: $20.00 general seating and discounted for Senior Citizens.
Please call 973.316.3033 to reserve seats for a performance.  
Groups of 10 or more pay only $15.00 per person for any performance. Groups please call 908.306.0881 for reservations or contact

(If a group of 20 or more is interested in a Thursday matinee, that can be arranged.)

Ample parking is available at The Parsippany Community Center.

The Women’s Theater Company, founded by Artistic Producing Director, Barbara Krajkowski of Parsippany, is a professional Equity Theater, now in its 20th year.