Upcoming Shows

GP Bare Bones Theatre presents Thriller Thursdays!

Tickets $20 Aug 13 -

Our FISRT Thriller Thursday Event!
The Infamous “War of the Worlds” Radio Broadcast was a Magnificent Fluke
Orson Welles and his colleagues scrambled to pull together the show; they ended up writing pop culture history!
Only 25 audience tickets will be sold each Thursday for these live streamed radio style plays!

And War of the Worlds is first up!

AUgust 13th 7pm

The Maltese Falcon Radio Play

Tickets $20 Aug 20 -

The Maltese Falcon is a radio play from Lux Radio in 1943, based on the 1930 novel of the same name by Dashiell Hammett. The film starred Humphrey Bogart as private investigator Sam Spade and Mary Astor as his femme fatale client.
This will be live-streamed as well – ticket purchases HERE are for a seat in the house as studio audience.  Only 25 available!

Three Skeleton Key

Tickets $20 Aug 27 -

VINCENT PRICE starred in this radio drama….. The plot involves three men tending a lighthouse on an island off the coast of French Guiana. The rock the lighthouse stands on is dubbed ‘Three Skeleton Key’, named after a tragedy when three escaped convicts became ship-wrecked on the rock and eventually died of hunger and thirst- the only thing left of them were a heap of bones cleaned off by scavenging birds. The three lighthouse attendants are headkeeper, Itchoua (the eldest of the men), Le Gleo, and the narrator (whose name is never given).

The Fall of The House of Usher

Tickets $20 Sep 10 -

The evergreen horror tale by Edgar Allan Poe tells the story of an heir driven insane by the ancient house of Usher, which he believes to be sentient.

GP COURTYARD THEATRE PRESENTS: GIFTED

Tickets $20 Sep 18-20th

Directed by: Becca Courtney

Mr. Jenks revisits his high-school alma mater as a substitute teacher for a class of highly gifted students. Discovering the passage of time hasn’t erased his own painful experiences as a bully, he now faces a class of kids whose lives and experiences all too closely resemble those of the very students he taunted.