Taproot Theatre does a good job with off-the-main-drag theater, literally and figuratively. Some renowned performances include Dorothy L. Sayers' seldom performed 'Busman's Honeymoon', a precursor to the novel of the same name; a saga about pioneer women titled 'Quilters' and a 1930s gangster spoof called 'Bullshot Crummond.' The theater is in a renovated 1930s movie house and has a seating capacity of 228. The season begins in the spring and ends in the fall, and the slightly offbeat fare perfectly fills that summertime lull.
- Type: Theater
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