Two nuns at the Sisters of Perpetual Sewing have been secretly making wine to keep the convent doors open, but now two reporters are hot on their trails.
A lawyer, up for partnership, contends with a sponging old school chum and a maid he's hired to pretend to be his wife on the night his boss is coming to dinner!
In the early 20th century, Henrietta Leavitt joins other female "computers" at the Harvard Observatory to transform astronomy. Based on real events and people.
A middle-aged writer, returning his father's ashes to his childhood home, relives the annual family road-trip vacations of his Midwestern youth.
Spies, murder, love, and other trademarks of Alfred Hitchcock come to life in the style of a 1940’s radio broadcast.
During WWII, Joe Keller committed a crime, framing his business parner for the blame. Years later, his son plans to marry the partner's daughter and the truth comes out.
Richmond Hill Players started as a dream of a half dozen people in 1968 when they staged a single production, Molière's "The Miser." The group converted the top floor of an old dairy barn to fit their needs and has never looked back. The recently renovated Barn now approximately 160 per performance in a rare and unique in-the-round environment beneath the original, rustic timbers. Approximately 150 active members are involved on and off-stage each year. Actors, directors, backstage personnel, support staffs, and audience are drawn from a 60-mile radius that includes cities in Illinois and Iowa. Currently, the Players stage all six productions at the Barn in a season running from April through November. RHP prides itself in presenting a wide variety of comedies, dramas, and thrillers that local audiences might not otherwise have the opportunity to see. The group strives to stretch both audiences and participants, seldom hesitating to schedule productions that present casting or technical challenges.
Richmond Hill's theater features General Admission seating. Making reservations guarantees you the requested number of seats, but seating location is based upon arrival time.
No late seating. No one is admitted to the theater once the show has started.
Reservations guaranteed until 10 minutes prior to show times, at which time the seats may be released to others.
No refunds for late arrivals.
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