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2020 SEASON TICKETS

By East Lynne Theater Company (other events)

6 Dates Through Jun 30, 2020
 
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Please note that the above dates are the dates for which these tickets may be purchased.  Tickets will also be made available on a monthly basis through June 30. The Season Tickets themselves are good for shows from March through December 2020.

Due to uncertain times, if you cannot use all of the Season Tickets in 2020, you may use them in 2021.

Your one "ticket" printed is good for 4 shows, that are flexible and may be used for 4 different shows, or use all 4 for one show, or any combination in between. We appreciate knowing that you are coming, so call 609-884-5898 or e-mail [email protected] when making a reservation. Bring this "ticket" to the box office the first time you are attending a show, and a Show-Packet-of-4 individual tickets will be given to you. If you would prefer to have this packet of 4 mailed to you in advance, please call the above number or send an e-mail.

Due to our renting from The First Presbyterian Church of Cape May, it is impossible for us to assign seats in the venue. Therefor, seating is first-come-first-served. The space can hold up to 200, but we stop selling tickets at 140 to be sure that everyone has an opportunity for a good seat and no one will feel crowded.

To learn more about the company, go to http://www.eastlynnether.org

The 2020 SEASON: Our 40th Year

THEME: Challenging Change

March 13-14 at 8:00: Sherlock Holmes Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle Performed “radio-style” with live sound effects and commercials, it’s based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s story, adapted by Craig Wichman. 

May 30 at 8:00: A Hundred Thousand Days of Light An evening of American classics sung by world-famous soprano Barbara Quintiliani

June 17 – July 25 at 8:30 (Wed.-Sat.): Possessing Harriet (NJ Premiere) In 1839, a runaway slave faces the costs and benefits of freedom as she spends time with, among others, suffragist Elizabeth Cady (before “Stanton”) and abolitionist Garret Smith. Written by Kyle Bass, it’s based on a true story.  

July 29 – Sept. 5 at 8:00 (Wed.-Sat.): Born Yesterday Written by Garson Kanin, this 1946 comedy is about Harry Brock, a “junk” dealer, who brings his showgirl mistress, Billie Dawn, to Washington, D.C. where he intends to “convince” Congressmen to vote his way. When he thinks that Billie's ignorance is hindering his pursuits, he hires a journalist, Paul Verrall, to teach her.

Sept. 23 – Oct. 17 at 8:00 (Wed-Sat. except no show on Oct. 7, and a show on Sun. Oct. 11): Why Marry?  The first Pulitzer Prize given for a play. The year is 1918.  Since it’s ELTC’s 40th year, we’re bringing back this clever comedy written by Jesse Lynch Williams. ELTC is the only theater that’s produced it since the early 1920’s. Two scientists fall in love.  He wants to get married, and she doesn’t, although she still wants to be with him.  She feels that marriage would kill their careers. 

Oct. 30-31; Nov. 6 - 7: Sherlock Holmes Advenure of the Blue Carbuncle Our popular “radio-style” mystery returns!

Nov. 27, 28, Dec. 6, 10, 11 at 8:00; Sat. Dec. 12 at 2:00 and 8:00: Christmas with Harte and O. Henry: Stories by Bret Harte and O. Henry come to life on stage, adapted and performed by storyteller, Gayle Stahlhuth

Please note that the above dates are the dates for which these tickets may be purchased.  Tickets will also be made available on a monthly basis through June 30.  The price increases to $100 for season tickets from April 1 - June 30.  The Season Tickets themselves are good for shows from March through December 2019.

Your one "ticket" printed is good for 4 shows, that are flexible and may be used for 4 different shows, or use all 4 for one show, or any combination in between. We appreciate knowing that you are coming, so call 609-884-5898 or e-mail [email protected] when making a reservation. Bring this "ticket" to the box office the first time you are attending a show, and a Show-Packet-of-4 individual tickets will be given to you. If you would prefer to have this packet of 4 mailed to you in advance, please call the above number or send an e-mail.

Due to our renting from The First Presbyterian Church of Cape May, it is impossible for us to assign seats in the venue. Therefor, seating is first-come-first-served. The space can hold up to 200, but we stop selling tickets at 140 to be sure that everyone has an opportunity for a good seat and no one will feel crowded.

To learn more about the company, go to http://www.eastlynnether.org

 

 

 

East Lynne Theater Company

Mailing Address

PO Box 121, Cape May, NJ 08204