Announcing our 2017 Season
Winter Show

The Wicked Witch has changed the endings to all the Fairy Tales so that evil will triumph, and she's kidnapped The Fairy to stop him from reversing the spell. Only Hansel, Gretel, and Paddy the Gingerbread Man can save the tales for a happily ever after ending! You'll know and love all of these classic fairy tale characters, but you've never seen them like this before. With a live band rocking original music, this engaging musical will be a hit with young audiences and fun for all ages!

Written by Sophia Holder, performed by permission of Lazy Bee Scripts. Music by Justin Kono, Aaron Kaplan, and Michael Goldman.

Fall Show

Directed by 3-time Jeff Award Winner, Dominic Missimi

Winning Tony awards for Best Musical and Best Musical Revival more than 50 years apart, featuring a host of classic Broadway songs including Steam Heat, Hey There, Once a Year Day and Hernando's Hideaway, and made into a hit movie starring Doris Day, The Pajama Game has earned its reputation as being one of Broadway's best musicals.

Set in the 1950s, The Pajama Game concerns the battle between the Sleep Tite Pajama Factory management and employees over a 7 1/2 cent raise. In this tightly run factory, conditions are anything but ideal as the union struggles to convince the president of the factory, "Old Man" Hasler, to give them a raise on par with other factories. Amidst the growing conflict, sparks fly between the new superintendent, Sid Sorokin, and the leader of the Union Grievance Committee, Babe Williams, but their romance is quickly stifled when Hasler refuses the union's calls for a raise, forcing Sid and Babe to be on opposing sides of the clash. As the labour dispute continues to escalate, jealousy, love, sex and politics all collide in the chaos of the Sleep Tite factory.


Highland Park Players' "Triple Threat" is a four-week comprehensive musical theater workshop program, building and coordinating in acting, singing and dance. This program is specially designed to give close individual instruction, so class size must be limited. Workshop instructors are seasoned performers, educated in their field, and have extensive teaching experience. Students are taught a singing, dancing and acting portion in each class, centered around a show from an era.

June 3 - 27, Saturdays 10am - noon, Tuesdays 7:00pm to 8:30pm
West Ridge Center, Highland Park
$150 + $5 registration fee per registrant