30 and Under - $20 Tickets
Are you 30 or under?
Looking to get your culture fix? Theatre lovers who are 30 years old and younger can purchase specially priced $20 tickets as part of the Playhouse's 30 and Under program.
HOW IT WORKS:
- Tickets available for most performances – please refer to this webpage for available dates and times
- Limited number of seats available so buy early
- Area 2 seating only
- Tickets must be picked up at Will Call one hour before your performance begins
- Show I.D. when picking up tickets as proof of age
- Limit 2 tickets per ID/Order (If you purchase more than two tickets, you will be contacted by Patron Services and given a refund)
To find discounted 30 & Under seats, please click on the Buy Tickets button and make sure promo code "culturefix" appears in the upper-right corner of the calendar page.
30 and Under $20 tickets are not available for Escape to Margaritaville.
Intimate New Play
At the Old Place
July 5 – 30, 2017
By Rachel Bonds
Directed by Jaime Castañeda
In her mid-40s and facing a breaking point, a literature professor returns
to her childhood home in Virginia only to discover two young people camped out
on her lawn. This keenly-observed, intimate new play about the search for the
roads not taken is directed by Playhouse Associate Artistic Director Jaime
Castañeda, who helmed the theatre’s acclaimed productions of
Tiger Style! and Guards at the Taj.
August 1 – 27, 2017
By Mat Smart
Directed by Jackson Gay
Sheila and her sister Abigail work for their mother’s small family business.
Sheila’s job used to be a source of joy and exhilaration; now she’s questioning
everything. But when you’re an assassin, being uninspired means getting sloppy,
and getting sloppy means getting killed. Kill Local is a pitch-black comedy
about blood ties, revenge and trying to get unstuck – especially when your life
is dedicated to ending others’.
Directed by Jackson Gay (Kingdom City).
World-Premiere Play with Music
Wild Goose Dreams
September 5 – October 1, 2017
By Hansol Jung
Directed by Leigh Silverman
A North Korean defector who has left her family behind and a lonely South
Korean father start an unlikely online romance as they each attempt to allay
their fears and alienation in this inventive, lyrical and darkly humorous
piece directed by Tony-nominated and Drama Desk Award-winning Leigh Silverman
Any questions? Please contact Patron Services at