Season Packages

Welcome home to the Playhouse.

We are thrilled to be inviting audiences back into our theater.  There is nothing like the live theater experience:  performances that make you feel, think, and spark a conversation — shared between actors and audience.

As of August 31, the Playhouse requires every audience member to be fully vaccinated and wear a mask, ensuring a safe environment for all, so you can sit back, enter the story, and leave the world behind.  For more details on our safety protocols, visit our FAQ page.

 

2021 SINGLE TICKETS ON SALE
Buy in-person or virtual tickets to shows in our 2021 season.
RENEW FOR 2022
Current 2021 season ticket holders may purchase 2022 packages now, before the general public.
2022 SEASON PACKAGES
Season packages will be on sale to the general public mid-November.

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2022 season overview

April 5 – 23

This 2009 Tony Award®-winning hit musical and winner of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama gives a groundbreaking look at a family in crisis, while pushing the boundaries of contemporary musical theater. From the director/choreographer of the Playhouse’s 2019 hit, In the Heights.

music by Tom Kitt
book + lyrics by Brian Yorkey
directed + choreographed by Marcos Santana

May 24 – June 11

It’s Christmas Eve, and Ed has invited his three grown sons back to their family home for pranks, Chinese takeout, and gossip. But when an impossible question threatens the cheery festivities, they’re forced to face their own identities.

by Young Jean Lee
directed by Mark Lamos

July 5 – 23

The 1978 Tony Award® winner as you’ve never seen it before! A dance-filled, reimagined, sassy, and sultry musical celebration of legendary jazz great Fats Waller from in-demand director/choreographer Camille A. Brown (2019 Tony nominee for Best Choreography, Choir Boy).

The Fats Waller Musical Show
conceived by Richard Maltby, Jr. and Murray Horwitz
directed + choreographed by Camille A. Brown

Aug 23 – Sep 10

After suffering a major loss while on a cross-country bike trip, 21 year-old Leo seeks solace from his feisty 91 year-old grandmother Vera in her Greenwich Village apartment. Over the course of a single month, these unlikely roommates infuriate, bewilder, and ultimately find each other.

by Amy Herzog
directed by David Kennedy

Oct 18 – Nov 5

This Pulitzer Prize-nominated play traces the story of one woman’s journey out of a difficult childhood in Mississippi through the civil rights movement and beyond. 

by Dr. Endesha Ida Mae Holland

Our ever-popular series of playreadings will return in person in 2022! Script in Hand packages will also be available. Titles and dates TBA.

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2021 season overview

Jun 29 – Jul 18

Tiny House is a perfect play to be recreated for our virtual world and will open our 2021 season in June, directed by Mark Lamos. A thoughtful new comedy with characters whose lives are reduced to smaller human circles is something we can all relate to.

by Michael Gotch
directed by Mark Lamos

Nov 2 – 21

John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt: A Parable will close the season in late fall. The Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner is an intimate drama which explores the the consequences of missed cues and decisions made from differing points of view.

by John Patrick Shanley
directed by David Kennedy

Aug 23 – Sep 5

As we celebrate 90 years of the Playhouse, it’s the perfect time to bring back two gems from our archives of productions recorded in HD video. First up is our critically acclaimed musical from 2018, Man of La Mancha.

 

by Dale Wasserman
lyrics by Joe Darion
music by Mitch Leigh
directed by Mark Lamos

Of Mice and Med (2008)Sep 13 – 26

The second of our HD video gems from the archives will be Of Mice and Men from 2008, the story of two migrant ranch workers, best friends, who move from place to place, seeking work and the promise of the American dream.

 

by John Steinbeck
directed by Mark Lamos

Our ever-popular series of playreadings continue — virtually! For 2021, you can now choose to join us for the 7PM Monday broadcasts, or catch the readings on-demand, anytime through Sunday of the broadcast week.

We launched in February with A Sherlock Carol, and we have four more readings scheduled for the rest of 2021. Mark your calendars now! Single tickets for all readings will go on sale approximately four weeks prior to the start of each show.

Rent Control

Written and performed by Evan Zes
April 26
at 7 PM
On-demand April 27 – May 2


The Savannah Disputation

by Evan Smith
June 14 at 7PM

On-demand June 15 – 20

 

Mrs. Mannerly

October 11 at 7PM in Person
On-demand October 13 – 17

 

Title TBA

December 13 at 7PM
On-demand December 14 – 19

All Script in Hand readings will be sold as single tickets. 

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