Payment by credit or debit must be made in advance. We accept MasterCard, Visa & Discover cards. Payment at the box office at the time of the show is by cash or check only. Gift certificates are available year-round.
Comedies and dramas are performed Thursday through Saturday nights at 7:30 and Sunday afternoons at 2 for two weeks.
Musicals are performed Friday & Saturday nights at 7:30 and Sunday afternoons at 2 for three weeks.
Tickets for adults are $14 for comedies and dramas and $18 for musicals.
Tickets for ages 18 and under are $7 for all shows.
You can also email your requests to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Box office hours: Monday-Friday 1-5 PM
Please note that there is an additional charge for tickets purchased online. This fee does not apply to tickets purchased directly through our box office, whether by cash, check or credit card.
SHOWTIMERS PRODUCTIONS – SEASON 2019
Comedies and Dramas will play Thursday – Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Sunday Matinees at 2:00pm.
NEXT TO NORMAL will play Friday & Saturday evenings at 7:30pm & Sunday Matinees at 2pm – except no Matinee Easter Sunday – there WILL be a Matinee Saturday April 20th.
LEGALLY BLONDE – THE MUSICAL will play Friday & Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Saturday & Sunday Matinees at 2:00pm.
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE [Abridged] – All 37 plays in 97 minutes! Three madcap actors weave their wicked way through all of Shakespeare’s comedies, histories & tragedies in one wild ride that will leave you breathless and helpless with laughter. An irreverent, fast-paced romp thru the Bard’s plays. This was one of London’s longest-running comedies.
NEXT TO NORMAL is a stunning musical that opened on Broadway in 2009. This acclaimed show won 3 Tony Awards, Drama Desk Awards, Outer Critics Circle Awards and the Pulitzer Prize. It’s the story of a typical American family traumatized by mental illness as well as exploring the issues of teenage addiction, family & marital strife, and even death. It’s a complex piece that speaks to the dark secrets all families can relate to as well as raising the need in all of us for hope in the face of adversity.
Note: NEXT TO NORMAL has Mature Content & Adult Language.
REHEARSAL FOR MURDER – Can Alex Dennison, famous playwright, uncover the truth behind his heart-breaking loss? Are things really as they seem? Taking inspiration from Shakespeare’s famous line “the play’s the thing…….,” Alex will try and learn who from his past is responsible for what he thinks is a terrible crime. Flashbacks and a play within the play create a twisting and twirling “who dunnit,” that will take you by the hand and mislead you at every step.
LEGALLY BLONDE – THE MUSICAL is a fabulously fun-filled award-winning musical based on the adored movie, Legally Blonde. The musical follows the transformation of Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes and scandal in pursuit of her dreams. Action-packed and exploding with memorable songs and dynamic dances – this musical is so much fun, it should be illegal!
BLITHE SPIRIT – A quiet summer evening at the home of Charles & Ruth Condomine and after-dinner drinks have been served. The dessert is to follow: a séance led by the ‘renowned’ medium, Madame Arcati. Charles seeks material for his next novel but it is a visit from his deceased first wife, the impish spectre of Elvira, and days of mayhem and nuttiness that comes his way! Who can save a poor writer from the high jinxes of competing wives and send Elvira on her way back to the great beyond?
IS HE DEAD? It is 1846 and Jean-Francois Millet is a respected artist but unable to sell a single painting due to being a little too alive. Unfortunately, he is also deeply in debt to an unscrupulous money lender. At the end of his rope, Millet sees only one way out: faking his own death with a little help from his friends. But how do you come back for the woman you love when everyone thinks you’re dead? Written over 100 years ago by beloved author Mark Twain and resurrected by playwright David Ives, Is He Dead? Is a hilarious, farcical work of historical fiction asking timely questions about fame, greed, and the value of art.
Showtimers Theatre has 11 rows of seating, in one block, with an aisle down each side. The stage and seating area are approximately the same width. Row A is at the back with row K at the stage.
Rows A-H has 12 seats each
Rows I-K has 14 seats each
Rows A-F is permanent theatre seating, on an elevated level. Rows G-K is on a flat surface. Seat number 1 in each of the front five rows may also be removed easily for wheelchair use.
These rows may be reached from the hallway for those who need to avoid steps. On the left side of our building is a ramp to the front porch, next to the handicapped parking spaces.