It’s an exciting time to be at Capital Repertory Theatre.

The phenomenal artistry of theREP has been a tradition since 1981. You don’t want to miss a moment in the upcoming 2014-15 season!

Smokey Joe's Café The Songs of Leiber & Stoller
Other Desert Cities By Jon Robin Baitz Directed by Michael Bush (A Christmas Carol, The Sisters Rosensweig)
The Secret Garden A Classics on Stage Production Book and Lyrics by Marsha Norman Music by Lucy Simon Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett Directed by Producing Artistic Director, Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill
How Water Behaves A World Premiere By Sherry Kramer Directed by Gordon Greenberg
Souvenir By Stephen Temperley Directed by Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill
Hamlet A Classics on Stage Production By William Shakespeare Directed by Kevin McGuire
Aug 1 2014 to Aug 3 2014

The young playwrights, producers, and performers of our STAR program present their original, exciting adventure of mythological proportions called Myths, Unboxed…. Centered around the theme of “Greek Mythology,” our students, ages 10-13, will blow you away with their talents.


Aug 8 2014

The budding thespians of our weeklong Acting Intensive will present an hour-long performance of scene work and monologues from classic plays and theatrical literature.

Join us in celebrating the hard work of their weeklong studies.


Sep 30 2014 to Oct 19 2014
Previews start on Sep 26 2014

After six years away, prodigal daughter Brooke Wyeth returns to her Palm Springs Desert home to celebrate the holidays and announce plans to publish her childhood memoir – complete with revelations of deep family secrets. Retired ambassador dad, savvy mom, rehabbing aunt and ne'er-do-well brother team up to stop her and the joys of the family reunion quickly unravel in a surprising twist.

Written by Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright, Jon Robin Baitz, this searing comedy-drama with banter that dazzles was described by the New York Times as "one of the most satisfying grown-up plays of the decade."

Winner of the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Play and The Drama League Award for Best Play.


Nov 25 2014 to Dec 21 2014
Previews start on Nov 21 2014

Enchanting and inspiring, the beloved book by Frances Hodgson Burnett comes to life in this beautiful Tony-Award® winning musical, The Secret Garden.

Here is the perfect story for the holiday season about the power of love to open even the most closed heart.

An orphaned girl, dubbed plain and average by her caretakers, transforms a dead and wasted garden into a paradise where hearts can grow and miracles can happen. With a soaring score by Lucy Simon and book by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, Marsha Norman, The Secret Garden is a wonderful way to embrace the child within us all!

Jan 20 2015 to Feb 8 2015
Previews start on Jan 16 2015

What do wells in Africa, a sperm bank, figs and string theory have in common?

They're all a part of the wonderfully zany world of Sherry Kramer's delightful comedy, How Water Behaves.

It all begins when sweet Nan and her out-of-work webmaster hubby, Steve, realize they can't afford to keep up the extravagant gift giving that has become their family's tradition. In an effort to make everyone happy, they announce that they have made a gift to a charity in everyone's name. Except it's a fictitious charity. No problem — until the website that Steve creates to seal the deal becomes prey to cyberspace hijinks, with deliciously funny and unpredictable results.

This favorite of last season's NEXT ACT! New Play Summit 2 is sure to be a laugh riot!

Mar 3 2015 to Mar 22 2015
Previews start on Feb 27 2015


At the turn of the last century, Florence Foster Jenkins was a New York phenomenon where she rose to fame for her annual sold-out recitals at the Ritz Carlton and Carnegie Hall. Crowds went wild when Mrs. Jenkins tackled the most difficult arias in opera, festooned in fabulous costumes.

The only trouble was: Mrs. Jenkins could not sing. Not a note. Still, Florence, a YouTube sensation far ahead of her time, could not be deterred from her dedication to music and voice lessons with her accomplished and compassionate accompanist, Cosme McMoon.

Souvenir chronicles the sidesplitting journey of Mrs. Jenkins and Mr. McMoon to Carnegie Hall. A musical odd-couple that will have you laughing – till you cry!

“A comic jewel with a heart!” — Variety

Meet the Cast and Creative Team of Souvenir

Souvenir Art Exhibit

Souvenir STAGES


Apr 21 2015 to May 16 2015
Previews start on Apr 17 2015

The granddaddy of all the Bard’s work, Hamlet remains one of the most oft-quoted and revered stories of all time.

Join us for an elegant and stirring rendition of the mad Prince’s tale of revenge for a father’s murder, a mother’s betrayal and an uncle’s treachery. This fast-paced production with ghosts, political intrigue, romance and sword fighting swagger, directed by theREP’s Special Guest Artist, Kevin McGuire, is sure to leave you breathless!


Hamlet Art Exhibit