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Enjoy five plays for as little as $14 per show!

2015-16 Season Subscriptions:

5-Show Packages: (Includes one ticket to each of the following: Direct from Death Row The Scottsboro Boys. The Play About My Dad, The Old Friends, A Loss of Roses and The House of Blue Leaves)

  • Anytime - $110 (one ticket to ANY performance for each of five plays listed above)
  • Previews - $70 (one ticket to any PREVIEW performance of each of the five plays listed above)

4-Show Packages: (Includes one ticket to any four of the following: Direct from Death Row The Scottsboro Boys, The Play About My Dad, The Old Friends, A Loss of Roses and The House of Blue Leaves)

  • Anytime - $96 (one ticket to ANY performance of your choice of four of the five plays listed above)
  • Previews - $64 (one ticket to any PREVIEW performance of your choice of four of the five plays listed above)

Benefits of Subscribing:

  • Save up to 50% off the regular ticket price
  • Attend a private rehearsal of each show
  • Attend "by invitation only" staged readings
  • Participate in Performance Enrichment events with the director and cast
  • Receive priority seating
  • Receive discounts on tickets for friends and family
  • Enjoy a complimentary concession with each performanc
  • Receive a dsicount on full-priced tickets to our Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Goose.

OUR 2015-2016 SEASON - "Fierce Five"

Direct from Death Row The Scottsboro Boys

(An Evening of Vaudeville and Sorrow)

by Mark Stein, Music and Lyrics by Harley White, Jr.
Directed by Michael Menendian
September 16 - November 14, 2015
East Stage

A dark chapter of American history - in which nine African-American teenagers were falsely convicted of assaulting two white women and spent decades in the legal system fighting for their lives - is told surreally and satirically in Stein’s play. In it, the “boys” return from eternity to the stage, where they keep their story alive through songs, a magic act, a ventriloquist act, skits and soft shoe - all to convey the tawdry show that their case became.

The Play About My Dad

By Boo Killebrew
Directed by Marti Lyons
October 21 – November 28, 2015
West Stage

The author’s father was a doctor in Gulfport, Mississippi during Hurricane Katrina who stayed behind to tend to those who couldn’t or wouldn’t evacuate to safety. Their fights for survival against the storm are played against the backdrop of the doctor’s relationship with his daughter.

The Old Friends

By Horton Foote
Directed by Michael Menendian
January 27 – March 26, 2016
East Stage

When hometown beauty Sibyl returns to Harrison after a long absence, not-quite-forgotten passions and jealousies resurface in a wildly funny play that is, uncharacteristically for Foote, brutally satiric in its depiction of small-town people with big money. 

A Loss of Roses

By William Inge
Directed by Cody Estle
February 17 - April 2, 2016
West Stage

A widow and her 21-year-old son are getting by in a small Depression-era Kansas town when their old friend, a down-on-her-luck but attractive actress, moves in with the two.  They learn that survival comes at a price and that moving on requires letting go. The Wall Street Journal said this nearly-lost classic by the author of Bus Stop and Picnic is a fine play that should never have slipped from sight.”

The House of Blue Leaves

By John Guare
Directed by JoAnn Montemurro
April 20 - June 4, 2016
East Stage

Artie wants to be famous and feel important…his heavily medicated wife Bananas just wants to feel. Can Artie’s old high school buddy, now a Hollywood movie producer, give him a shot at the big time? Or will a blessing from the Pope during his 1965 visit to New York do the trick? Living means more than just survival to these misfits in Guare’s wacky and dark comedy.

Order online here, or call us at 773-338-2177.  (Subscribers renewing before May 31, 2015 should call 773-338-2177 to receive  their early bird discounts)