Dracula2Season 32


Oct 7-Nov 6

A thrilling drama of suspense and Gothic romance set in Europe at the end of the Victorian Age. With its spine-tingling score, the story follows the famed vampire as he lusts for new blood.

Porgy and BessSeason 32

The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess

Nov 25-Jan 1

This operatic adaptation of Heyward’s play “Porgy and Bess” follows the lives of the inhabitants of Catfish Row, an African-American section of Charleston.

Season 32


Jan 20-Feb 19

Jason’s small campfire and video camera strain to penetrate the darkness of the remote woods outside Yellow Knife, Canada, as he doggedly searches for the definitive proof of an undiscovered species.

ChinglishSeason 32


Mar 24-April 6

A hilarious comedy about the challenges of doing business in a country where the language and underlying cultural assumptions can be worlds apart from those of the West.

Priscilla Queen of the DesertSeason 32

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

April 21-May 28

In this high-energy musical, two drag queens and a transsexual buy a run-down bus called Priscilla and set out on a road trip across the Australian Outback.

Thank You!

Fox Annual Gala – The Dracula Gala

Saturday, October 8, 6:00pm

A glamorous evening of delicious food by Carrabba’s, select wines, a silent auction and a full performance of our season opener, the spine tingling Dracula was enjoyed by all. The evening raised over $10,000 for programs and events at your Aurora Fox Arts Center.

Fox Files Blog


Is it OK to talk about sex?

Dracula is sexy. Both as a character and as a show. It is also violent in the old school bloody stake-through-the-heart kind of way. I brought my eight-year-old daughter to rehearsal to help gauge what age the show is appropriate for. After looking at a few scenes she announced: “Definitely no kid under twelve should […]

Guest Production

Phamaly’s Production of Pygmalion

Feb. 23-March 12, 2017

A bedraggled cockney flower girl … and a professor who needs a lesson. Passing for a duchess at an ambassador’s garden party, Eliza Doolittle assumes a veneer of gentility and impeccable speech.