Tickets to ACT's 2014 Mainstage Season On Sale 2/12
A Contemporary Theatre single tickets go on sale to the public for all 2014 Mainstage shows February 12, 2014. ACT is offering 50% off of adult price tickets for previews of Bethany one-week only February 12-18.
ACT is now thrilled to share a glimpse of the casting for the first half of the upcoming Mainstage season. After her critically acclaimed turn in last season's Sugar Daddies, Emily Chisholm is back on the ACT Mainstage in the lead role for Bethany. Jessica Skerritt and Joshua Carter play the lovers in Little Shop of Horrors, and Arthur Miller's The Price features Charles Leggett and Peter Lohnes as estranged brothers. Additional casting to date is list below.
Adults: $39-$55; Students: $15; People 25 & under: $20; Seniors: 25% off adult ticket price. All Mainstage shows are available on the ACTPass monthly membership or as a subscription package. 50% off tickets are available on February 12-18, 2014 via the ACT website, by phone, or in-person from 12:00pm-6:00pm. Note: Little Shop of Horrors is a co-production and has different pricing than other ACT Mainstage productions
NEW Ticket Access Programs
· Pay What You Can performances will now be offered all day on Sunday matinees and evenings and also at all Thursday matinees. PWYC starts at 1:00pm day of show, in person at ACT Ticket Office.
· $20 Tuesdays: All seats at Tuesday Previews and Regular performances will be $20.
This delightfully demented comedy that ran for five years off-Broadway features hapless lovers Seymour and Audrey, a man-eating plant, and a finger-popping trio of doo-wop singers in a hilarious send-up of B-movie horror flicks with an irresistible rock and Motown-style score.
Jeff Steitzer-Mr. Mushnik
Ekello J. Harrid, Jr. -Audrey II (voice)
Eric Esteb-Audrey II (puppet).......
David Anthony Lewis-Orin Scrivello and others
Alexandria Henderson, Naomi Morgan, Nicole Prothro-Doo-wop Trio
Directed by Bill Berry
Written by Laura Marks
Previews begin April 11, Press Opening April 17
The reality of the economic meltdown as seen through the life of a struggling suburban single mom trying to keep it all together. It all comes down to one big sale, and when the pressure is on, she pushes her own limits to get back everything she wants-including her daughter.
Directed by John Langs
Written by Arthur Miller
Previews begin May 30, Press Opening June 5
Two grown brothers get a hard lesson in truth and consequences. After taking separate paths in life, their versions of family history collide when they meet after 16 years to settle their late father's estate. The New York Times says, "The Price is one of the most engrossing and entertaining plays that Arthur Miller has ever written."