Starlight Theatre is heading indoors again.
After a successful run of smaller shows presented on its Cohen Community Stage last January, the theater will offer a new set of unconventional comedies from October through March:
▪ “The Secret Comedy of Women: Girls Only,” Tuesday, Oct. 11 through Oct. 23. The two-woman variety show celebrates the female experience through sketch comedy, improv, audience participation and musical numbers. Recommended for women only, 12 and older.
▪ “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus, Live!” Nov. 3-5. Based on the book of the same name, the weekend special incorporates theater and stand-up in a one-man show that explores vignettes of all parts of life — from dating to marriage to the bedroom. Recommended for adult audiences.
▪ “Sister’s Christmas Catechism,” Nov. 26 through Dec. 18. The Christmas comedy, a follow-up to last season’s “Late Night Catechism,” sees Sister create a living Nativity scene with the help of a youth choir and audience members to answer the question: What happened to the Magi’s gold? Suitable for all ages.
▪ “First Date,” Feb. 3 through March 5. The modern musical of a blind first date, featuring a Kansas City cast, tackles the land mines of dating, from icebreakers to exes to parents. Recommended for dating age and older.
▪ “Disenchanted!” March 7-19. In the off-Broadway musical comedy, fairy tale princesses set the record straight about their stories and who they really are. Recommended for ages 14 and older.
Starlight first tried a winter show in 2015 with “50 Shades! The Musical Parody” and found such success that it offered four comedies indoors this past January on its Cohen stage, which seats up to 500 people. And now it appears to be a tradition.