2019-2020 Season


October 18-19

Directed, Choreographed, and Adapted by: Shannon Hurst

Little Door Theatre presents their first ever Villains Cabaret. All of the worlds biggest, baddest villains have come together for a two night event of singing, dancing, and evil antics that is sure to impress. With shows like Disney's Descendants, Lion King, Heathers, Wonderland, Annie, and many many more, this show is a definite can't miss. Friday night will be family friendly for children and adults of all ages - Saturday night will incorporate more of our "Adult Villain Content" and it is recommended that patrons be 16 or older (viewer discretion advised - if there are any questions on the more mature songs in the show, please reach out to us via email at littledoortheatre.com).

Villains Cabaret


January 9-12, 16-19

by: William Shakespeare

Directed: Shannon Hurst


Hamlet teeters on the edge of madness when he learns his uncle has killed his father and married his mother. Written around 1599, William Shakespeare's Hamlet is a tragedy filled with treachery, revenge, spies, and madness. In this play he also created a psychological mystery that affords us a look inside the mind of Hamlet.



March 6-8, 13-15

by: Hans Christian Andersen

Directed: Shannon Hurst

Have you ever done something simply due to pride or out of fear of what others might think of you? Hans Christian Anderson's 'The Emperor's New Clothes' is a tale of an entire kingdom that ignores the obvious for fear of judgement, only to be called out by a child. In this story, the Emperor loves fine clothing. Two men, swindlers, arrive in the city claiming to be the best weavers imaginable. They claim that the clothing they make is the finest with beautiful, intricate patterns. The swindlers say that this clothing is also magical and would appear invisible to anyone who was stupid or incompetent.... or is it?

Emperor's New Clothes


The Cherry Orchard

April 23-26, April 30-May 3

by: Anton Chekhov

Directed: Shannon Hurst

One of the great plays of the 20th century, Chekhov’s final masterpiece captures a world and a family in transition. Faced with the sale of their cherished orchard, the Gayev family returns home in an attempt to preserve what they can of their family’s once great estate. This magnificent work combines the hope and absurdity of the human spirit. A stirring, touching piece of theatre you won’t soon forget.


Pride and Prejudice

June 18-21, 25-28

by: Jane Austen

Directed: Shannon Hurst

When the independent-minded Elizabeth Bennet meets the handsome but enigmatic Mr Darcy, she finds him arrogant and conceited. Upon discovering that he has sabotaged the relationship between her sister Jane and his friend Mr Bingley, Elizabeth is determined to dislike him more than ever. But nothing is as it seems and in the romantic entanglements that follow, everyone’s life is turned upside down. Originally published in 1813, Pride and Prejudice has lost none of its appeal and its themes still ring true with modern audiences.


Much Ado About Nothing

August 20-23, 27-30

by: William Shakespeare

Directed: Shannon Hurst

Leonato’s house is a happy one, complete with a beautiful daughter, Hero, and a clever niece, Beatrice. When Leonato’s friends return from the war, the household is turned on its ear by the instant attraction between Hero and Claudio, and the constant bickering between Messina’s favorite “will they/won’t they” couple, Beatrice and Benedick. There’s a snake in the midst of all this affection, and Don John plots to destroy these budding romances. Masquerades reveal as much as they hide in this hilarious comedy. 


Little Door Theatre - 21045 Van Dyke Avenue, Warren, MI 48089 - littledoortheatre@gmail.com