September 1, 2021–June 11, 2022

Dressing Room Theatre

Our 31st Season

Comedy Nights, Concerts and Murder Mysteries

Each season we present several One Night Events like Interactive Murder Mysteries, Concert Performances, Comedy Nights and more. This listing will be updated regularly throughout the season. Currently scheduled for the 2021-2022 Season:

MOTTS PELAZA: Comedy Nights:
November 26 & 27, 2021  /  June 10 & 11, 2022
Dressing Room Theatre | Stamford’s own funny man Michael “Motts” Pelazza shares his brand of observational and improvisational insanity in 2 nights of absolutely side-splitting comedy. (As with most comedy nights, humor tends to adult material and may not be suitable for all audiences.) These Thanksgiving weekend performances sell out quickly so book soon.
Joing Motts in June will be Patty Rosborough.  Click here to read more about Patty.


April 23, 2022   Dressing Room Theatre
Our popular interactive “whodunits” take place at
8 PM throughout The Dressing Room Theatre. Meet
the characters, witness the murder, question the
suspects and then, solve the mystery. Winners
receive tickets to an upcoming show of their choice.


Frank Mastrone and Family
3/12/22 | Kweskin Theatre | 8:00 PM
Back by popular demand! Frank Mastrone explores
the works of composers Sondheim and Gershwin,
familiar songs from Broadway, and the best of
today’s hits, all pulled together with musical theatre
history, “show-biz” stories and personal reflections.
Click here to see some of Frank's performance clips!

JOEY RINALDI & FRIENDS: Comedy Nights with Headliners
March 26, 2022  | Dressing Room Theatre | 8:00 PM
Back by popular demand! Joey Rinaldi brings his own brand of comedy from NYC and beyond, back the the Dressing Room Theatre. 
This show: Spend an evening with comedian Joey Rinaldi as he retells the story of the near death experience that gave him the most memorable summer of his life. At 14 years old, the last thing you expect is to end up sprawled out in a hospital bed from a near death penis injury. And yet, that's just where a young Joey Rinaldi found himself that summer. Stuck on bed rest with three near death surgeries, two catheters and one overwhelming desire to wreak havoc with his friends. Over a decade later Joey is thankfully alive to tell the story and share his hilarious yet humiliating details of being the only kid at school who pees into a urine bag.