Dear Friend,

It’s just 52 days until the start of our long-awaited 2021-2022 season, and we’re delighted to tell you that single tickets will go on sale to the general public on November 1. Subscribers may purchase single tickets beginning October 25. We also want to make you aware – or remind you, as the case may be – that we’re introducing a number of safety protocols that will be strictly enforced.

As you know by now, we will perform our full schedule of five plays in a compressed period of time, which has necessitated shorter runs for each production. The season opens with the world premiere of Michael McKeever’s The People Downstairs on December 3 (through December 19), followed on January 14 by John Cariani’s Almost, Maine (through January 30). Up next on February 18 is the world premiere of Bruce Graham’s The Duration (through March 6), followed by Lynn Nottage’s Intimate Apparel on April 1 (through April 17), and William Luce’s The Belle of Amherst on May 20 (through June 5).

Tickets for all performances are $79, except for opening night of each production ($94) and previews ($59). Beginning November 1, tickets can be purchased through the box office, in person or by phone (561.514.4042 ext. 2), and online 24 hours a day at Subscribers can call the box office beginning October 25 to purchase additional tickets or make exchanges.

We’ve told you this many times, but it bears repeating once more: We’ve installed a new HVAC system throughout the building that complies with all the latest safety standards, including UV light, bi-polar ionization, and specialized high quality air filters. Additionally, in accordance with CDC recommendations, patrons must adhere to the following safety protocols in order to gain entry into the building:
          • All guests are required to wear suitable masks that completely cover the nose, mouth, and under the chin for their entire visit. Anyone who does not comply will be escorted out of the theatre.
          •Documentation (printed or digital): Fully vaccinated guests have the option of voluntarily presenting documentation showing full vaccination status. Full vaccination is defined as the completion of the final dose at least 14 days prior to the performance date. Alternatively, all guests can, instead, present documentation of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result conducted within 72 hours prior to the performance, or a negative COVID-19 Antigen test result conducted within 24 hours prior to the scheduled performance start time. 
          • Matching photo identification is required for everyone 18 years and older.

These protocols are subject to change. As the situation evolves, we’ll re-evaluate and share any updates on our website at and via email.  

We really can’t express how much we look forward to seeing you at the theatre.