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We wish to acknowledge the diverse experience of our audience community and provide the information needed for each member to make an informed decision about the type of content they wish to experience on our stages. Below is an overview of our content labeling system. To address specific questions about content in any production please contact the box office at

2024 Season Content Advisories

Spring 2024

Home (P, S, IL, O) – Prejudice, discussion and depiction of consensual sex and sexual situations, strong language, and drug use.

As You Like It (V , S) – Wrestling matches, mild violence, Shakespearean sexual innuendo.

Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash (ML) – Mild Language.

Summer 2024

Grandma Gatewood Took a Walk (V, SV) Discussion and theatricalization of strong violence within a marriage.

The Wizard of Oz (n/a) – The content of this show does not require an advisory.

The Shawshank Redemption (IL, SV, V) This play is set in a maximum security prison and includes strong profanity, violence and a theatricalization of sexual assault.

Cry It Out (IL) – Strong profanity.

Fall 2024

The Play That Goes Wrong (ML, V, O) – Very mild language, people are knocked unconscious in a farcical manner, mild sexual references, gunshots.

Sherlock Holmes (S, V) – Mild sexual innuendo, sword fighting, someone is knocked unconscious

The Trip to Bountiful (ML) – Mild language.

Holiday 2024

A Christmas Carol (n/a) – The content of this show does not require an advisory

Go Tell It on the Mountain (ML) – Mild language.


ML (Mild Language)
Mild cursing or profanity (PG or PG-13)

IL (Intense Language)
Heavy cursing (R rated)

P (Prejudice)
Racism, Xenophobia, Homophobia, Anti-Semitism, Sexism, or Religious persecution.

S (Sexual situations)
Discussion of sexual situations or visual depictions of consensual sexual activities.

SV (Sexual violence)
Visual or verbal depiction of sexual assault or sexual harassment.

V (Violence)
Visual depiction of non-sexual physical violence

O (Other)
Suicide or self harm, drug use, stage effects such as strobe lights or gun shots (even offstage)

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