The Westchester Broadway Theatre has announced selections for its 2009 season, which will celebrate the theater's 35th anniversary. The season will kick off with A Wonderful Life (November 20, 2008-February 7), adapted from the classic Frank Capra film by Sheldon Harnick and Joe Raposo. Set in 1945, It tells the story of George Bailey, an average Joe who finds out how different the world would be had he never been born.

The fifth show in Dan Goggin's Nunsense franchise, Meshuggah Nuns! (February 12-March 21) sets the Little Sisters of Hoboken on a world cruise. When the cast of Fiddler on the Roof (with the exception of the guy playing Tevye) gets seasick, the ship's captain asks the sisters and Tevye to put on a show. Speaking of ships, the next offering from WBT is Titanic, March 26-June 14. Featuring a book by Peter Stone and music & lyrics by Maury Yeston, the show is a stirring and unforgettable account of the first and last days of this ship of dreams.

Next up will be Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Roberts' Off-Broadway hit, I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (June 18-August 2). Everything you've secretly thought about dating, romance, marriage, lovers, husbands, wives, and in-laws, but were afraid to admit, is celebrated in this musical joyride through the jungle of the modern-day mating game. Larry Gallagher's Beehive (August 6-September 19) is a groovy musical salute to the women who made the music of the 1960s so special -- including Lesley Gore, the Shirelles, Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, and The Supremes.

Then shuffle off to Buffalo with the lavish, singing and dancing extravaganza, 42nd Street (September 24-November 28), featuring a book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble, music by Harry Warren and lyrics by Al Dubin. The season wraps up with Plaid Tidings (December 2-January 3, 2010), by Stuart Ross, a sequel to the critically acclaimed Forever Plaid. Doo-wop meets Yuletide as the heavenly quartet sings swingin' holiday favorites.

For more information, visit broadwaytheatre.com.