All Season 55 Tix Available August 1

Posted: Friday, June 30, 2017, 11:25am

All Curtain Players tickets for the 2017-2018 season — the community theatre’s 55th — will be available beginning Tuesday August 1... and prices remain at the same levels as the last three production seasons.

Board members earlier this year announced there are no increases in ticket prices for the new season as again the leadership team has been successful in developing new revenue sources, lessening the reliance on ticket dollars as a sole source of funding.

Individual tickets for Curtain Players productions at the Harlem Road playhouse remain at $17 for adults and $15 for senior citizens (age 60 and over) and students for Season 55.

There is no price increase for Curtain Players season subscriptions. The cost for this ticket plan — in which patrons purchase the same seats on the same performances for each of the six main stage productions on the Season 55 schedule — remain at $90 for adults and $80 for senior citizens and students. A season subscription saves $12 on the cost of individual tickets to the six productions.

Flex tickets are being sold in bundles of four at a cost of $62 for adults and $55 for senior citizens and students. Flex tickets are available throughout the entire season, and may be used for any Curtain Players production. Patrons have the convenience of using the tickets for any combination of seats and performances throughout the season. The four-ticket flex package also saves ticket-buyers on the cost of buying tickets individually.

As always, patrons may choose their seats on line based on availability, and there are no extra handling or processing charges.

The first show on the schedule is Wendy Darling, a new play by Ira Hauptman receiving its first fully stage production at the Harlem Road playhouse in September. In Hauptman’s darkly comic version of the Peter Pan story, Wendy’s mother sets in motion a journey that threatens to change her family forever. This is not a children’s production; the play written for appreciation by audiences ages 13 and older.