Announcing VTG’s 58th Season


Mothers and Sons

Mothers and Sons Logoby Terrence McNally

October 15 – November 6, 2021

Directed by Jackie Meara and Produced by Rebecca Poole


The show was on the verge of opening when VTG shut down in March 2020. The original cast remains in place to bring this production to life.

At turns funny and powerful, Mothers and Sons portrays a woman who pays an unexpected visit to the New York apartment of her late son’s partner, who is now married to another man and has a young son. Challenged to face how society has changed around her, generations collide as she revisits the past and begins to see the life her son might have led.


Nice Girl

by Melissa Ross

January 14 – February 5, 2022

Directed by Cynthia Katz and Produced by Renata Allelujka


Josephine Rosen is stuck. It’s 1984 in suburban Boston and Jo is 37, single, a secretary and still living with her mother. This is not the life she imagined for herself. A chance encounter with an attractive former schoolmate and a new friendship with a brash, fun-loving co-worker just might provide the momentum she needs to make a change. But needless to say, life is full of curveballs.


Arsenic and Old Lace

Arsenic And Old Lace Logoby Joseph Kesselring

March 18 – April 9, 2022

Directed by Jim Stahulak and Produced by Maggie Fredricks


A clever combination of the farcical and the macabre, centered on two elderly sisters who are famous for their numerous acts of charity. Unfortunately, however, their charity includes poisoning lonely wayfarers. The two women are assisted in their crimes by their nephew who believes he is Teddy Roosevelt. Matters get complicated when a second nephew — a theater critic — discovers the murders and a third nephew appears, having just escaped from a mental institution.


by Sean Devine

May 20 – June 11, 2022

Directed by Terry Kozlowski and Produced by Renata Allelujka


Go behind the scenes of a 1964 New York advertising agency when the most controversial television commercial for a presidential political campaign was created and how we elect our leaders was forever changed. The Daisy commercial ran only once but dealt a devastating blow to Barry Goldwater’s campaign against Lyndon Johnson. Based on true events, this play shows the conflicting motivations of the eccentric characters on the team with the background of the cultural changes in the sixties.