SWEAT

MAY 13 - JUNE 4

Written by Lynn Nottage

Directed by Kathleen Mahan

It’s the year 2000 in Reading, Pennsylvania and a group of friends who work at the steel mill meet to decompress at the same run-down bar they’ve been coming to for over 20 years. But the steel mill is making changes, setting off a war between community and capitalism which destroys not only jobs but the relationships they thought would last a lifetime. Winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Sweat examines the very personal meaning of America’s key conflicts: the economy, race-relations, and politics.

Tickets: $27

Senior/Youth/Military: $24

Presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.


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HOORAY FOR ELMWOOD

75th Anniversary Gala Benefit

Enjoy a reception with culinary delights and Chanteuse Kimberly Hawkey, followed by a buffet dinner, a fabulous live auction, and incredible live entertainment from Elmwood performers.

Under the big tent, outdoors on the grounds of Marydell Faith & Life Center

Dress: Black & White or Festive Attire
Early Bird Single Ticket: $150.00 (purchase by May 25)
Early Bird Two Ticket: $275.00 (purchase by May 25)
Single Ticket: $175.00        Two Tickets: $325.00

 
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A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2

JULY 15 - AUGUST 6

Written by Lucas Hnath

Directed by Michael Edan

A Doll’s House, Part 2 is set fifteen years after the end of Ibsen’s original play, when Nora walked out of her house and her marriage. While her husband Torvald continued to work and raise their family, Nora followed her own path. Now Nora has returned home to face what she left behind. Can she still justify her actions to leave and fulfill her dreams? After all that has happened, will Torvald be willing to give her what she wants? A surprising and contemporary look at the lives we choose, and the ones we leave behind.

Tickets: $27

Senior/Youth/Military: $24

Presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.


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In keeping with the Broadway League guidelines, Elmwood Playhouse has maintained its current mask requirement for all patrons and staff while inside the theatre. However, as of April 30, 2022, we will no longer require proof of vaccination for entry. 

Fully vaccinated performers may remove masks while rehearsing in the mainstage or studios upon agreement of the cast and production staff, but masks must be worn throughout all other areas of the building.

We will continue to update our policies in keeping with the Broadway League protocols.

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