Dates & Tickets
Adapted for the stage by Frances Limoncelli
Directed by Scott Nolte
September 21 –
October 20 October 27
Previews (Sept 19 & 20): See the show before it officially opens. Previews are very popular with Taproot subscribers, limiting available tickets. Book tickets early to guarantee your seat.
Opening Night (Sept 21): The excitement begins on Opening Night. Join us for the show and stay for the Opening Night reception with the cast and crew. Food and beverage are complimentary. View photos from past Opening Night events on our Flickr page.
Pay What You Can (Sept 26): Our gift to the community, Pay What You Can tickets go on sale at 5pm on Sept 26 in person at the Box Office only, limit four tickets per person. In addition, a limited number of $10 tickets will be available for this performance and can be purchased between noon and 5pm, limit six $10 tickets per person.
Student Matinee (Oct 3): With $10 tickets, plus study guides and a post-play discussion, our student matinees enhance student education, providing theatre as a tool and springboard for learning, growth and communication. Plus they partially fulfill EALRs. Learn more.
Senior Matinee (Oct 10): Our Senior Matinee Program provides ages 62 and older with an affordable way to participate in live theatre in a convenient daytime performance. Our Senior Matinees make a great outing for retirement communities, senior centers, book clubs, church groups and more. Learn more.
Military Discount: $5 off regularly priced tickets for active and retired military personnel. ( Limit 4 tickets per person. Please show military ID at the door.)
Post-Play Discussions: Regular Wednesday evening performances are followed by a complimentary question and answer discussion with the cast and director.
Don’t miss our free Conversations event (Tuesday, Oct 2) “Clues for Life: Lessons Learned from the Mystery Novel” featuring New York Times best-selling author Michael Gruber. (RSVP required. See www.taproottheatre.org/conversations for more information.)
Don’t miss our free CONVERSATIONS event “Clues for Life: Lessons Learned from the Mystery Novel” featuring New York Times best-selling author Michael Gruber. (RSVP required. See www.taproottheatre.org/conversations/ for more information.)
Seasonal support provided by:
The Charles & Lisa Simonyi Fund for Arts and Sciences, 4Culture, and ArtsFund