A standard Season Flex Pass entitles the purchaser to six Main Stage tickets for the price of five, plus four Second Stage tickets for the price of two. The Thursday Night Special Flex Pass entitles the purchaser to six Main Stage tickets at a deep discount, but these tickets may only be redeemed for Thursday night performances. With all of our Flex Passes, you choose whether to see every show or redeem multiple tickets for the same show, and in addition to the straight savings over purchasing tickets individually, you'll never pay ShowClix service charges when reserving your tickets, either. This is the ideal way to enjoy Town & Gown performances all season long for less!
The cost for a Season Flex Pass is $85 for Students, Seniors, and T&G Members, or $110 for Adult non-members. The cost for a Thursday Night Special Flex Pass is $50 for everyone. Flex Pass codes will be sent to you by email. Please provide a valid email when purchasing to ensure you receive your code.
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Add together equal parts juicy spy novel and Hitchcock masterpiece, then top with a dash of Monty Python. Voilà: 150 zany characters (created by an ever-shifting small cast) engaging in murder, mystery, and mayhem (plus some good old-fashioned romance). Laugh all the way through suspense, drama, and even a few missing fingers.
Dr. Henry Jekyll dedicated his life to solving some of mankind’s most challenging medical dilemmas; how could he have known he’d be opening the door to an epic (and very personal) battle between good and evil? (Based on the classic story by Robert Louis Stevenson, but in gothic musical format.)
Alice Sycamore loves her family-as peculiar as they all are–but begs them to act normal when her new fiancé, Tony, brings his staid, upper-class parents to dinner... on the wrong night. The ensuing comedy of errors endangers the young lovers' relationship (and the Sycamores' house), but in the end, perhaps normal is overrated.
The traditional myth of interrupted young love is turned on its head: What if Eurydice didn't want to come back to life? Perhaps the cost of living again exceeds the cost of staying dead. This contemporary meditation on love and grief is set in a lyrical and dark world of water, wit, and what-ifs.
Edwardian style and classic farce ensue when middle-class Englishman Monty Narvarro learns he is the 'son of the daughter of the grandson of the nephew of the second Earl of Highhurst.' He relentlessly pursues his rightful earldom, accompanied by hilarity, stunning operatics, and an array of unforgettable characters.