Limelight Online

SVCT/Limelight At Home: Green Screen Magic!

Since we are currently unable to bring the curtain up at Limelight or the Morgan Hill Playhouse, we have transformed our SVCT warehouse into a green screen studio. New lights, cameras, and a green screen background now fill the space, enabling us to create new illusions for our wonderful patrons.

For the time being, we will have to share our productions online, keeping our actors, crew, and audiences safe. Our plays have free admission, but you must request a reservation by filling out the form linked below. You will receive–via email–a link, which will be your electronic “ticket/password” to view the show at a time of your choosing.


SVCT and Limelight stages bring hundreds of local people together to create the magic of theater. Please consider clicking the donation button in order to help SVCT weather the storm while our theater stages are dark. And hopefully we will all soon hear, “Hit the lights. It’s showtime!”


Look for more show announcements soon!

Kalamazoo Online

Friday July 10 – Sunday July 12

The link you receive will be your password / ticket.

It will be good for viewing any time between

approximately 10 am Friday and 10 pm Sunday

Request a ticket below:


by Michelle Kholos Brooks and Kelly Younger

Peg and Irv, two quirky but endearing baby-boomers, bravely venture into the world of modern dating. But when these opposites attract, they discover love isn’t any easier the second time around. Winner of the Riva Shiner Comedy Award, KALAMAZOO is a one act romantic comedy about life’s second act and learning you’re never too old to be young.


“A disarming comedy that lets us laugh about growing older while addressing the very real hardships and heartaches that come when one spouse from a life-long marriage is suddenly left alone…the banter in this play is both hilarious and startlingly honest. It just rings true in ways that can be surprising and shocking, but always satisfying.” — “


— Contains some adult content.


Directed by Bill Tindall

Videography by Bruce Pember

Costumes by Terri Miles

Roz Farotte as Peg

Peter Mandel as Irv