Making Theater Accessible on Both Sides of the Curtain

Our 1981-1992 Shows

Charlotte's Web, 1986. Arrow down for more description.

From the production Charlotte’s Web, Linda Brown, a young woman with Down syndrome and Penny Pitts, Open Door founder dressed as lambs with Janice Smith in a business suit and an unidentified gentleman in rainbow overalls.

Our Early Years


Wizard of Oz
Director: Penny Pitts


Flibberty and the Penguin
Dates: 3/20-3/28
Cast Size: 34
Director: Penny Pitts


Director: Jim Pitts


Cast Size: 30


The Owl and the Pussycat
Dates: 3/23-3/31
Cast Size: 29
Director: Penny Pitts
Music Director: Linda Potter

The Owl and the Pussycat, 1985.

Heather Seamans, a white woman with Williams Syndrome, dressed as a yellow duck in The Owl and the Pussycat.


Charlotte’s Web
Dates: 3/15-3/23
Cast Size: 52
Producer: Penny Pitts (Double Cast)
Director: Jim Pitts


Wizard of Oz
Dates: 3/28-4/5
Cast Size: 50
Producer: Mike Guzzo
Director: Tom Ryder

The Wizard of Oz, 1987. Arrow down for more description.

A cast picture of smiling performers dressed as the characters from The Wizard of Oz.


The Emperor’s New Clothes
Dates: 3/19-3/27
Producers: Bob & Donna Jaques
Directors: Linda Potter, Gail Ryder (assistant)
Music Director: Linda Potter
Choreographer: Jane Isaacs


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Cast Size: 70
Producer: Kathy Barry
Directors: Tom Ryder (Pre-show Linda Potter)
Choreographer: Sherry Barnes


Aladdin and the Magic Lamp
Cast Size: 83
Producer: Pat Wood
Directors: Linda Potter, (R. Carter, C. Wright)
Music Director: Linda Potter
Choreographers: Sherry Barnes, Marlene Wachtell


Alice in Wonderland
Dates: 3/16-3/24
Producers: Micki Williams, Laurie Archambault (ass’t)
Director: Karen Meyn
Music Director: Jeanie Furlan
Choreographer: Robyn Rhodes


Once Upon A Mattress
Dates: 4/4-4/12
Producers: Laurie Archambault, Gail Dow
Directors: Margot Law, Richard Carter
Music Director: Jeanie Furlan
Choreographer: Elaine Sisler