Jewell Mainstage

Seating 226 people on the main floor and balcony, the Jewell Mainstage has a thrust stage (seats wrap around three sides). You’ll never be more than 30 feet from the action.

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THE BISHOP’S WIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY

Nov 27 – Dec 28, 2019

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STEEL MAGNOLIAS

Jan 22 – Feb 29, 2020

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THE BISHOP’S WIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY

Adapted by Karen & Mark Lund from THE BISHOPS WIFE LUX RADIO THEATER by J. Walter Thompson | Original Music by Michael Nutting

The beloved holiday film comes to life as a live radio broadcast with you as the in-studio audience! Dudley is an angel and the answer to Bishop Brougham’s prayer to build a new cathedral. But when the angel turns his attention to the bishop’s friends and family, Dudley’s minor miracles require divine intervention. Join us this Christmas season for a story of love, family and blessings in disguise.

Nov 27 – Dec 28, 2019

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STEEL MAGNOLIAS

Directed by Marianne Savell | By Robert Harling

BOOM! Drum fires another shot into the magnolia trees giving Ouiser’s dog a nervous breakdown. Truvy’s salon is buzzing as gossip and zingers fly between baby’s breath and bouffants. Annelle is new and nervous which means things are getting a little poofy. Welcome to Chinquapin, Louisiana. Hold onto your rollers and grab your tissues for this hilariously heartwarming American classic.

Single tickets go on sale Nov 19, 2019 | Jan 22 – Feb 29, 2020

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New subscriptions for the 2020 Jewell Mainstage Season go on sale Oct 1!

New subscriptions go on sale October 1. Haven’t renewed? It’s not too late, but seating for 5 Play subscribers is not guaranteed.

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Now playing on the Jewell Mainstage

Necessary Sacrifices
by Richard Hellesen

Five words were meant to change a young country divided by civil war when abolitionist and Union recruiter Frederick Douglass challenged his president to act on the statement that “all men are created equal.” As these two brilliant Americans wage a battle for the future of the Union, their arguments affect not only their sons but the nation we live in today. Originally commissioned for Washington, DC’s Ford’s Theatre, Taproot Theatre produces the West Coast Premiere of Richard Hellesen’s drama.

September 18 – October 26, 2019

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Pictured: Lamar Legend and Ted Rooney in Necessary Sacrifices at Taproot Theatre. Photo by Robert Wade.