Theatre Works Announces Upcoming Season: SPELLING BEE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC and More

Theatre Works Announces Upcoming Season: SPELLING BEE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC and More

Theatre Works ihas announced its 30th season. "We receive incredible support from Woonsocket and our surrounding communities," says Connie Anderson, TW's Executive Producer. "We're so happy to present two shows that will be new to many, a cherished classic, and another world premiere."

To celebrate, Theatre Works is offering a special to first-time subscribers - $45 for preferential seating for all four shows. That's a $5 savings from the regular subscription price. Both packages represent significant savings compared to single-ticket prices. "The economy is still in rough shape," says Anderson, "so we're proud to be able to hold the line on the cost of quality entertainment."



The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Music and Lyrics by William Finn / Book by Rachel Sheinkin 

Directed by Paul Adam



ANT'NY CLAUS 2: A Dysfunctional Family Sequel

Written & Directed by Frank O'Donnell


MARCH 22, 23 & 24 (musical)

Rodgers & Hammerstein's THE SOUND OF MUSIC

Directed by Paul Adam - presented at The Stadium Theatre


MAY 3 - 11


A Comedy by Joseph A. Fields & Jerome Chodorov

Directed by Lynn Nadrowski


Regular ticket prices for our 2012-2013 season are: $19.00 for General Admission, $15 for Seniors 62 and older and children 12 and under. Season subscribers can see all four shows for only $50, receiving preferential seating at all performances.


The special offer for FIRST TIME SUBSCRIBERS expires September 1. Those interested in purchasing tickets for the season should mail a check payable to Theatre Works, Inc., P.O. Box 125, Woonsocket, RI 02895. Include your name (and the names of each subscriber), address, telephone and email address. Your subscriber card will be mailed back to you. 


Theatre Works can be found in the Masonic Temple at 142 Clinton Street in Woonsocket. Further information can be found at Call (401) 766-1898 with any questions.

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