by Eric Palmer


Barry Wayne and Diana Jordan, better known by their alter-egos Ability-Lad and Genius-Lass, are Cityopolis’ greatest crime fighting superheroes since The Incredible Punch and Lady Lasso. Fighting villains, like the nefarious Dr. Crimenurse and being adored by loving fans, like Randy and Sandy, it was a perfect life for the heroes. Well, it was, until the police commissioner – who always seemed to have a problem with the heroes – and the mayor of Cityopolis went and made all crime illegal. After the banishment of crime, the superhero couple finds themselves having to fight their greatest foe to date–normal, every day life and learning to live with each other.


Rated PG

Hammer Toe

by Tammy Green

When the mighty Thor drops the Hammer of the Gods on his toe, his cousin Freya is tasked to go to earth to retrieve magical salve to fix him. She meets up with some super-heroines along the way, and goes on an epic adventure to save mankind from its greatest threat, womankind. This is a story of fierce female friendship, and the journeys we take when we let our past define our future.


Rated PG-13  (language and sexual innuendo)

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Pegasus Theatre is deeply saddened by the ongoing systemic racism and violence towards those in the black community. We mourn the losses of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many more. We stand in solidarity with you in the fight against oppression and racial injustice, as well as prejudice and intolerance of any kind. 
We believe the arts should provide a common ground and creative outlet for our local community and our larger communities to come together.  Part of the mission of Pegasus Theatre is to enlighten and engage the community, and we ask our creative members, patrons, and staff to join us in educating themselves further in order to help create change where it is so desperately needed. We as a company pledge to continue with our own education and to find ways to promote diversity and inclusion in our productions and in our community. 
We see you.
We hear you.
We stand with you.
Black Lives Matter. 
Below this post are resources to help start an educational process, but we encourage everyone to look beyond simply what we’ve left here. We support those of our community who are speaking out and peacefully protesting and every person who is working together to make a change. 
Michael Piper, Board President
Kurt Kleinmann, Artistic Director
Barbara Weinberger, Executive Director
John Harvey, Managing Director
Black Lives Matter’s page on ways to help
NAACP We Are Done Dying page
Project Implicit- A tool produced by Harvard to examine implicit bias
Resource about what white people can do to combat racial injustice
Resource on how to be a good ally, including further reading and education opportunities
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