Aug. 2024 through May 2025

My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra
Created by David Grapes and Todd Olson
In the Raymond Center Aug. 9-Sept. 1, 2024
With easy-going banter and 55 superbly arranged songs from the Great American Songbook, My Way celebrates one of music’s most iconic singers.

The Mousetrap
by Agatha Christie
In the Pinkerton Theatre Aug. 23-Sept. 15, 2024
Agatha Christie’s masterful mystery thriller’s colorful characters and ingenious plot is the longest-running show of any kind in the world, still playing in London’s West End since its November 1952 opening.

The Torch Bearers
by George Kelly
In the Raymond Center Sept. 20-Oct. 13, 2024
Venice Theatre’s very first production in 1950. A character-driven comedy of manners about polite, well-heeled society in 1922 America mounting a play and thereby inaugurating a Little Theatre Movement in its community. Venice Theatre’s origin story.

Agnes of God*
by John Pielmeier
In the Pinkerton Theatre Sept. 27-Oct. 20, 2024
Agnes, a convent novice accused of murdering her newborn, is investigated by a court-appointed psychiatrist. The Mother Superior is determined to keep young Agnes from the doctor. This absorbing mystery explores the meaning of faith, the power of love, and leads to a compelling climax.
*Adult Content Advisory

9 to 5, The Musical
Music/Lyrics by Dolly Parton | Book by Patricia Resnick
In the Raymond Center Oct. 25-Nov. 24, 2024
With a Tony-nominated score by Dolly Parton, three women take control of their lives in a man’s world and stand up for friendship and what’s right.

by Allan Knee
In the Pinkerton Theatre Nov. 1-Nov. 24, 2024
1911 NYC. The passion for dance and a search for a more meaningful life brings two unlikely souls together who tango and foxtrot their way to new possibilities.

A Christmas Carol
Original Book & Lyrics by Scott Keys; Original Music by E. Suzan Ott; Additional Music by Scott Keys, Jason Brenner, and Eli Schildkraut; Adapted from the original story by Charles Dickens
In the Raymond Center Dec. 6-22, 2024
We are counting our blessings as Venice Theatre’s musical version of A Christmas Carol returns with the joyous spirit of the year-end holidays. Intergenerational veterans from past productions (including Brad Wages as Scrooge) join with new cast members to tell Charles Dickens’ story of redemption and rebirth.

Venice Laughs
Stand-Up Comedyfest for Adults Who Love the Funny Side of Life
In the Pinkerton Theatre Dec. 6, 8, 14, and 15, 2024
Stand-up comedians from our local community offer a series of fun-filled laughfests, including Hanukkah and Jewish-themed humor.

Don’t Touch That Dial
by Roger Bean
In the Pinkerton Theatre Jan. 17-Feb. 9, 2025
A fast-moving, nostalgic visit of hit show theme songs from television’s bygone golden age, presented as an audience participatory trivia contest. Test your memory and win a prize.

Lerner and Loewe’s My Fair Lady
Composed by Frederick Loewe | Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
In the Raymond Center Jan. 31-March 2, 2025
Professor Henry Higgins’s effort to teach young Cockney accent-speaking flower seller Eliza Doolittle how to speak like a proper lady to upgrade her station in life develops into an unlikely friendship. Widely considered one of the greatest musicals of all time – Winner of six Tony Awards®.

The Lightning Thief, The Percy Jackson Musical
Music & Lyrics by Rob Rokicki | Book by Joe Tracz.
Based on the 2005 novel of the same name by Rick Riordan
In the Pinkerton Theatre Feb. 28-March 23, 2025
This action-packed pop-rock musical follows teen demi-god Percy Jackson’s quest to find Zeus’s missing lightning bolt and prevent a war between the Greek gods.

The Silver Foxes
In the Raymond Center March 11-16, 2025
The “youngest” cast in town will once again regale you with song, dance, and ribald humor in their new variety show. Being “mature” never looked and sounded so good.

Alice in Wonderland
By Lewis Carroll, Adapted by Alice Gerstenberg
In the Raymond Center April 4-27, 2025
Alice’s rabbit-hole adventures into a fantasy world of unusual creatures and riddles comes to life in this Family Friendly production featuring young performers..

The Learned Ladies
By Moliere, Translated by Richard Wilbur
In the Pinkerton Theatre April 11-May 4, 2025
Moliere’s witty classical verse comedy skewers the haughty pretensions of a women’s self-educating salon amid love triangles that scandalize the household.

Pinky’s Players
In the Raymond Center May 8-11, 2025
Delight once again in the inspiring performances of Pinky’s Players, Venice Theatre’s Community Engagement Program that partners with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to develop and share their artistic talents.

Venice Theatre reserves the right to substitute alternate shows and to change dates, times and prices based on availability and other factors.