Palo Alto Players To Unveil 2018-2019 Season on 1/28
Palo Alto Players' Artistic Director Patrick Klein will announce the theatre company's 88th season, Sunday, January 28 at 5 pm at the Lucie Stern Community Center Ballroom in Palo Alto. This event is FREE and open to the public ($15 admission after January 24th) and includes complimentary drinks, light refreshments, and a first-look at the five shows comprising the 2018-19 season. Attendees will have the opportunity to guess the season in a fun and interactive setting before the season is unveiled. Season subscriptions will be available to purchase, at a savings of up to 35% off the regular ticket price. RSVP online here (general admission opens January 17) for the event or call 650.329.0891.
"We turn 88 years young next season, and we are unwaveringly committed to maintaining our reputation as ambitious artistic innovators, making the impossible possible on our stage," says Artistic Director Patrick Klein. "Four of the five shows we will be producing are Peninsula premieres with Broadway and West End pedigrees, and all five will leave our audiences breathless in their beauty and power. I can't wait to reveal the titles to our community on January 28th!"
Palo Alto Players, the Peninsula's first theatre company, presents a season of comedies, dramas, classics, and musicals at the Lucie Stern Theater in Palo Alto, built explicitly for the Players in 1933. The company is committed to providing a meaningful theatre experience for both audience and production participants. Intrinsic in this is the belief that theatre benefits the community-at-large and enhances the quality of life of those who are touched by it through education, enlightenment, and enrichment. Truly a home-grown organization, Palo Alto Players features all local talent and serves over 13,000 patrons each year.
In cooperation with The City of Palo Alto, Palo Alto Players performs at the Lucie Stern Theater located at 1305 Middlefield Road in Palo Alto, California. Use of this facility is made possible through support from The City of Palo Alto, Community Services Department, Division of Arts and Sciences, and from our patrons. For more information about Palo Alto Players, visit www.paplayers.org or call 650.329.0891.