The Point Theatre 2021 Season

Due to social distancing requirements, we are not doing online ticket sales.  Please call the box office at 830.367.5121 so that we may assist you in choosing seats safely distanced from other parties.  All performances will be in our outdoor theatre until it is deemed safe for us to gather inside once again.

Please note that that we require masks covering nose and mouth unless you are in your seat.


Directed by Jeffery Hensel

Hilarious comedy, “Bedroom Farce,” circles around the lives of  intertwining couples in different stages of a relationship: Delia and Ernest, an older couple, are fully comfortable in their nighttime routine; Malcolm and Kate, a fresh young couple, play clever pranks on each other; Jan and Nick settle for co-existing.


Directed by Sarah Derousseau

Trying is a two-character play based on the author’s experience during 1967-1968 when she worked for Francis Biddle at his home in Washington, D.C. Judge Biddle had been Attorney General of the United States under Franklin Roosevelt. After the war, President Truman named him Chief Judge of the American Military Tribunal at Nuremberg. The play is about a young Canadian girl and an old, Philadelphia aristocrat “trying” to understand each other in what Biddle knows is the final year of his life. Please note that the characters quote poetry with some strong language.


Directed by Dan Kirkland

Herb, a Hollywood scriptwriter currently “at liberty,” is surprised when his forgotten past reappears in the form of Libby, a teenage daughter who’s trekked from Brooklyn with dreams of movie stardom. With Steffy, his sometime paramour, at his side, Herb decides to take another stab at fatherhood and hopefully this time, get it right.


Directed by Sarah Derousseau

It’s a dark and stormy night, and you’ve been invited to a very unusual dinner party. Each of the guests has an alias, the butler offers a variety of weapons, and the host is, well . . . dead. So whodunnit? Join the iconic oddballs known as Scarlet, Plum, White, Green, Peacock, and Mustard as they race to find the murderer in Boddy Manor before the body count stacks up. Based on the cult classic film and the popular board game, Clue is a madcap comedy that will keep you guessing until the final twist.


Directed by Dan Kirkland

Charlie Brown and the entire Peanuts gang explore life’s great questions as they play baseball, struggle with homework, sing songs, swoon over their crushes, and celebrate the joy of friendship.


Directed by Jeffery Hensel

Leonard Loftus is trying to get his books published, but Harriet keeps sending his manuscripts back because they are the work of a man.  When Leonard finally sends a manuscript based on his experience as a single parent, and uses the female pseudonym “Myrtle Banbury,” Harriet is impressed  Leonard is forced to carry the pretense that “Myrtle” exists by dressing up as a woman and pretending that he is his own fictitious aunt.


Directed by Emily Huber

The scene is a small Southern town where Colonel and Christine Penmark live with their daughter, Rhoda. Little Rhoda Penmark is the evil queen of the story. On the surface she is sweet, charming, full of old-fashioned graces, loved by her parents, admired by all her elders. But Rhoda’s mother has an uneasy feeling about her.


Directed by Dan Kirkland
Adapted by Sarah Derousseau

A Christmas Carol recounts the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, an elderly miser who is visited by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come. After their visits, Scrooge is transformed into a kinder, gentler man.