Mainstage Season


Fresh, provocative, and spellbinding, Horizon Theatre will soon be announcing its full 32nd season of contemporary plays. STAY TUNED FOR THE LAST TWO TITLES AND SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION!

Book and Lyrics by Joe DiPietro
Music and Lyrics by David Bryan
Based on Lloyd Kaufman’s The Toxic Avenger

JANUARY 29-MARCH 13, 2016

The Toxic Avenger, winner of the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Musical, is a hot toxic love story and laugh-out-loud musical that has it all– an unlikely hero, his beautiful girlfriend, a corrupt mayor and two guys who play…well, everyone else…bullies, mobsters, old ladies, and stiletto-wearing back-up singers. Melvin Ferd the Third wants to clean up Tromaville, but is dumped into a vat of radioactive toxic waste, only to reemerge as The Toxic Avenger, New Jersey’s first superhero. He’s out to save the town, end global warming, and woo the blind librarian. The Toxic Avenger will leave audiences laughing in the aisles as it rocks the house!


APRIL 1-24, 2016

Olivia, an attractive, gifted but obscure novelist, is unexpectedly snowbound in a secluded cabin with Ethan, a wildly successful, bad boy young blogger turned author. Opposites attract and the chemistry is hot.  After a weekend of passion, their literary futures are intimately intertwined, and both must confront the complications of reinventing themselves when the past is just a click away. This sensuous and provocative comedy about fame, cyber identity, and big ambition asks: what would you do, and who would you become, to get what you want?










SEPT 23-OCT 30, 2016

Oakland cemetery has a ghost. A freak tornado cuts a swath through Atlanta’s historic graveyard, exposing buried clues and evoking eerie sightings. Tour guide Susan and steampunk survivalist MJ unite with a geeky spirit photographer and retired pathologist to solve the mystery. This band of urban misfits races through the monuments and headstones while the line between past and present blurs in Atlanta’s most spectacular spooky setting.