The sixth edition of the cabaret “Bill Bugg and Friends” opens Homewood Theatre’s 2023-2024 season, a season that includes comedy and jazz.
“Bill Bugg and Friends – Part 6,” featuring performances from Bugg, Kristi Tingle Higginbotham, Jan Hunter, Dana Porter, Stan Nelson and Clint Pridgen, runs Aug. 10-13 at the Homewood Theatre, 1831 28th Ave. South at SoHo Square. Music director is Adam King.
That show kicks off the theater’s upcoming season.
Also on the season:
“Catch Me If You Can” (Oct. 19-29) is a comedy murder mystery about a honeymooning couple and a missing person.
“Have Yourself a Jazzy Little Christmas!” (Nov. 30-Dec. 3) features a jazz band and, according to the theater, “hosts Sunny and Kyle from the Cascade Lounge.”
“’Til Beth Do Us Part” (Feb. 1-11, 2024), from the writers of “The Golden Girls” and “The Hallelujah Girls,” is a comedy about a Southern woman who hires an assistant to help run her home.
“On Golden Pond” (April 11-14), about an aging couple spending a final summer together on a lake, is the play by Ernest Thompson that was turned into the movie starring Katharine Hepburn, Henry Fonda and Jane Fonda.
“Sylvia” (May 30-June 9) is A.R. Gurney’s romantic comedy about a young couple and their dog. Sarah Jessica Parker played the dog on Broadway.
Single general admission tickets to shows are $25, and season tickets (Including reserved seating) are available for $150.
For more information, call 205-873-1816 or go to www.homewoodtheatre.com.