Discounted tickets for students are now only available at the box office or by calling 814-629-9220, option 1.

The Irish and How They Got That Way

June 18 - 30 
By Frank McCourt 

A celebration of all things Irish through traditional and contemporary songs and stories as told by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angela’s Ashes.

Rated PG

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Don't Dress for Dinner

July 9 – 21
Written by Marc Camoletti

Bernard is hoping to entertain his chic Parisian mistress for the weekend. He is sending his wife off to visit her mother, has a gourmet chef coming to cook and his best friend is going to provide an alibi. Well, suppose the best friend doesn’t know why he’s there and he’s secretly the wife’s lover? And the cook is mistaken for the mistress? And the mistress can’t cook? It’s the perfect recipe for hilarious confusion.

Rated PG13 (adult themes)

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Things My Mother Taught Me

July 23 – August 4
Written by Katherine DiSavino (who wrote Nana’s Naughty Knickers in the 2015 season)

Olivia and Gabe are moving into their first apartment together. They’ve packed up all of their belongings and driven halfway across the country to start a new life in Chicago. Moving day doesn't go exactly as planned and things become really complicated when both sets of parents show up to “help”!

Rated PG

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Mid-Life2! #WhatDidIComeInHereFor?

August 6 – 18
Book, music and lyrics by Bob Walton and Jim Walton

The follow up to the hilarious MID-LIFE! The Crisis Musical (the 2014 season) takes us back into the middle ages with a hilariously tuneful look at the aches, pains, and joys of getting older. From ever-increasing trips to the doctor’s office, to the horrifying moment when one qualifies for a senior discount, the ever-growing legion of aging Baby Boomers and beyond are sure to see their lives reflected in this brand new, witty musical revue.

Rated PG

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5/31/1889: The Flood

September 17 – 29
Written by Rob Barron

On May 31, 1889, America’s most devastating loss of life from a natural disaster occurred when a dam broke and unleashed a wall of water which swept everything in its path down upon the city of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. 2,209 lives were lost. This fact-based fictional account was commissioned by the theater in 2004 and is being presented during the 130th anniversary of the tragedy.

Rated PG (potentially disturbing or triggering content)

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Million Dollar Quartet

October 1 – 13
Book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux, original conception & direction by Floyd Mutrux, inspired by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins

The Man in Black, The Killer, The Father of Rockabilly and The King are back by popular demand! The red-hot musical inspired by the famed recording session that brought together Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash for the first and only time.

Rated PG (mild language)

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Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE, but may be exchanged if you notify us at least 24 hours before the ticketed performance so we may resell your tickets.

Adults, Evening: $25 - $40
Adults, Matinee: $20 - $37

A $2 service fee applies to all Adult tickets.

Discounted tickets for students are available at the box office or by calling 814-629-9220, option 1.  Pricing for student tickets:

Students: $10
Students, Wed Evenings: $8

Spring Student Shows - All seats:
Adults $10, Students $8

Group discount is available for groups of 10 or more. Call Karen at 814-629-9220, x105 for group reservations

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