April 13-15, 20-22 2018

Directed by Mary Cutler

A touching, funny and warmly perceptive show…

Ethel and Norman Thayer spend each summer at their cabin on Golden Pond, but this year they have a special visitor, and life will never be the same…

The play explores the often turbulent relationship of Norman and daughter Chelsea, and the difficulties faced by a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage.

A work of rare simplicity and beauty.

Cast List: On Golden Pond


May 19 at 7:30pm

May 20 at 2:00pm


Buffalo High School Performing Arts Center

Congratulations to the performers who were selected for this year’s production of Broadway in Buffalo!


   Here they are with the songs they will be performing in the fifth annual
BCT/Tri-M fundraiser for scholarships in the arts:


Madelyn Backes – “100 Ways to Lose a Man” from Wonderful Town
Megan Bares – “The Wizard and I” from Wicked
Sam Carlson – “If I Sing” from Closer Than Ever
Jamie Cassidy – “It All Fades Away” from Bridges of Madison County
Emilee Feldman – “There are Worse Things I Could Do” from Grease
Bradford Hagen – “Meeskite” from Cabaret
Heather Halstead – “Everybody Loves Louis” from Sunday in the Park with George
Erica Hoops – “Glitter and Be Gay” from Candide
Emily Kern – “Breathe” from In the Heights
Char McDonnell – Medley from Cinderella
Brad Robinson – “Ghost of a Chance” from Drift
Lisa Schiltz – “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again” from Phantom of the Opera
Jonah Schmitz – “I Miss the Music” from Curtains
Laura Smith – “Pretty Funny” from Dogfight
Lois Smith – “Here Alone” from Little Women
Abigail Vogeler – “Till There Was You” from The Music Man
Kari Wendroth – “Burn” from Hamilton

Joy Swearingen, piano
F. Michael Miller, bass
Grayson Wubben, drums

Directed by Michael Walsh

Tickets available at the door only.


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July 20-22, 25-28 2018

Directed by Dave Metcalf

Music Direction by Mark Nelson

Winner of 3 Tony Awards and 14 nominations, including best musical in 2005, this musical comedy is adapted from the 1975 movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail and is a parody of the Arthurian legend. There are lots of differences from the movie, but some familiar aspects too, including some memorable musical numbers.

Featuring a cast where some actors play several characters, there is a lot of room for flexibility, which adds to the humor and is testimony to both the movie and the original Broadway show.

Whether audiences are familiar with Monty Python’s shows. or the Holy Grail movie, there are laughs galore in what has been described as a show with phenomenal speed, wit and cheek which will leave audiences weak with laughter.