Subscription Schedule

2017-2018 Mainstage Season Tickets

After The Revolution
Drama
Oct. 16 – Nov. 20, 2017
By Amy Herzog

Selected Tuesdays at 8p.m.
Wednesday – Saturday at 8p.m.
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 2p.m.
3 and 4 Play Mainstage Subscriptions $52.50 to $260.00
Single Ticket On Sale August 1, 2011 Prices $27 to $50 Full time students $10.

After the Revolution is the story of the brilliant, promising Emma Joseph who proudly carries the torch of her family’s Marxist tradition, devoting her life to the memory of her grandfather, much revered for refusing to “name names” during the McCarthy hearings. But when history reveals a shocking truth about the man himself, the entire family is forced to confront questions of honesty and allegiance they thought had been resolved. After the Revolution is a bold and moving portrait of an American family, thrown into an intergenerational tailspin, forced to reconcile a thorny and delicate legacy. In including it as one of their Top Ten Plays of 2010, The New York Times said, “Ms. Herzog’s smart, engrossing play…strikes a fresh note in being set among a family of exotic beings.”

TBA
Jan. 8 – Feb. 12, 2018
Selected Tuesdays at 8p.m.
Wednesday – Saturday at 8p.m.
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 2p.m.
3 and 4 Play Mainstage Subscriptions $52.50 to $260.00
Single Ticket On Sale August 1, 2011 Prices $27 to $50 Full time students $10.

We have our eye on a number of Broadway and Off Broadway hits that will combine entertainment with thoughtful provocation. Will announce as soon as rights are made available.

Working
Musical
Mainstage Play #3

Feb. 26 – Apr. 1, 2018
By: Stephen Schwartz

Selected Tuesdays at 8p.m.
Wednesday – Saturday at 8p.m.
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 2p.m.
3 and 4 Play Mainstage Subscriptions $52.50 to $260.00
Single Ticket Prices $27 to $50 depending upon seating and performance date.
Full time students $10

A true celebration of the American worker at the perfect time, Working was originally based on the Studs Turkel novel comprised of interviews with real life Americans. Now updated, with music composed by a collection of songwriters including, Stephen Schwartz (Wicked) Lin Manuel-Miranda (In the Heights), and Grammy award winner James Taylor among others. It portrays the lives of 26 American workers insightfully, comically and always with dignity.

“Highly Recommended! Superb! Winningly Re-Imagined”Chicago Sun Times

Our Lady of Allapattah
Drama
Apr. 15 – May 20, 2018
By Christopher Demos Brown

Selected Tuesdays at 8p.m.
Wednesday – Saturday at 8p.m.
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 2p.m.
3 and 4 Play Mainstage Subscriptions $52.50 to $260.00
Single Ticket On Sale August 1, 2011 Prices $27 to $50 Full time students $10

Finalist for the Eugene O’Neil Playwriting Competition, Our Lady of Allapattah is the riveting story of an inexplicable religious image that appears on the side of a Miami strip mall and the two police detectives brought in to investigate. Soon they find themselves engaged with Eddie Camaro, a brilliant but morally depraved slumlord owner turned cult leader. It is a play that explores the relevance of faith and ultimately tests the strength of friendship. Demos Brown is a new writer whose voice is not to be missed nor is his World Premiere Play.

4 Play Subscription Prices: $70 to $260 depending upon seating and dates of performances

3 Play Subscription Prices: $57.50 to 127.50 depending upon seating and dates of performances

Subscriptions can be ordered through the Box Office Only.

Single Tickets for Mainstage Plays go on sale August 1, 2011.

Evening Series are Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8:00p.m.
Select Tuesdays at 8:00p.m.
Matinee Series are Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00p.m.

Center Seating Preview Series 1 – 6
$130.00
Non Center Seating Previews Series 1 – 6
$120.00
Rear Upper Orch. Seating Preview Series 1 – 6 (Rows M-Q)
$70.00
Center Seating Series 8 – 42
$170.00
Non Center Seating Series 8 – 42
$130.00
Rear Upper Orch. Seating Series 8 – 42 (Rows M-Q)
$100.00
Opening Night Series 7 (includes Reception)
$260.00
3 Play Subscriptions
Choose Plays 1-3 or 2-4
must be order through the Box Office
561-241-7432 or 877-245-7432
Center Seating Preview Series 1 – 6
$97.50
Non Center Seating Previews Series 1 – 6
$90.00
Rear Upper Orch. Seating Preview Series 1 – 6 (Rows M-Q)
$52.50
Center Seating Series 8 – 42
$127.50
Non Center Seating Series 8 – 42
$97.50
Rear Upper Orch. Seating Series 8 – 42 (Rows M-Q)
$75.00

 

Gift Certificates are available in any amount.

Theater is available for Rent. Private events, receptions, meeting, etc.

GROUP SALES:
Group pricing for all performances are available. Groups must consist of
at least 15. Groups receive one comp for every 20 tickets purchased.
Contact Group Sales at (561) 995-2333
or email to groupsales@caldwelltheatre.com.

Caldwell Theatre Company is the longest running regional theater in Florida. The 2010-2011 Mainstage Season celebrates our 36th Season. The theater has 333 seats with no obstructions and no seat is over 60 feet from the stage. You’ll feel as if you’re watching a performance from your living room. Accessible seating is available upon request.

All donations are 100 % tax deductable. Caldwell Theatre Company is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

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