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Currently tickets are available for sale only to Subscribers for the 2021 Season. General Public tickets will go live on Monday, March 22nd.
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JUNE 11 – JUNE 27

Based on Cheryl Strayed’s New York Times best-selling memoir, Tiny Beautiful Things is a celebration of the simple beauty of being human, and explores Strayed’s journey as the unpaid, anonymous advice columnist Dear Sugar.
 
Adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos, the Academy Award-nominated writer of My Big Fat Greek Wedding.

JULY 2 – JULY 25

From Tony Award winning playwright Ken Ludwig, comes Baskerville, a fast-paced comedy following the iconic detective, and his sidekick, Dr. Watson, as they solve one of their most notorious cases.

Holmes and Watson investigate a dizzying web of clues along with 3 actors who deftly portray more than 40 characters, providing a hauntingly fun ride for audiences of all ages!

AUGUST 6 – 22

A new comedy by critically-acclaimed playwright Theresa Rebeck, Seared, sets the table in a small New York restaurant and explores where art ends and commerce begins.

When brilliant, hot-headed chef Harry, gets a glowing mention of his signature scallops in a high profile magazine, his partner, Mike, sees dollar signs. The only problem is that Harry refuses to cash in and recreate his masterpiece for the masses.

SEPTEMBER 3 – 19

The first regional production of James Sheldon’s poignant new play, since the world premiere Off-Broadway run at New York’s Billie Holiday Theatre.

Ginny, a successful book editor, invites a young, black aspiring author, Reg to her apartment after a boozy book party. She wakes up to find that a night of tenderness and passion is turning into a tumultuous morning-after when he threatens to reveal a dark secret from her past.

OCTOBER 1 – 17

Gloucester resident and playwright, Ken Riaf, returns with his newest play after the hit world premiere of My Station In Life.

Year after year election after election in the same tattered tweed jacket undeterred by yet another embarrassing rejection. He’s the punchline for a running joke about a joker who keeps running…and losing. Jim ‘Buddy’ Chum is Fishtown, Massachusetts’ forever Mayoral candidate on his quixotic campaign for just one shot at the top office. He’s not against progress he just doesn’t want to be around when it gets here