Please note that the above dates are the dates for which these tickets may be purchased. The Season Tickets themselves are good for shows through December 2021.
Due to uncertain times, if you cannot use all of the Season Tickets in 2021, you may use them in 2022.
Your one Ticketleap "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.
Note that our first show is outside and that we go inside, back to The Cape May Presbyterian Church in the fall. It is impossible for us to assign seats both outside and in the church venue. Therefor, seating is first-come-first-served. At the moment, we plan to socially distance seating both inside and out.
To learn more about the company, go to http://www.eastlynnether.org
The 2021 SEASON: Our 41st Year
VAUDEVILLE VARIETY: Saturdays at 7:00 PM (Sunday rain date): June 12, 26, July 10, 24, 31, Aug. 21 and 28, outdoors at West Cape May Borough's Back Yard, 732 Broadway Join Susan Tischler, Holly Knapp, and Will Knapp in this fun-filled show, where they’ll take you back to 1916 with such skits as “A Day at the Races,” “The World’s Greatest Knife Thrower,” and a humorous take on housekeeping, along with songs of the period like “Moonlight Bay” and “Shine on Harvest Moon.” ($25; $20 students and military (active/retired/veteran); 12 and under free)
The following are inside The Cape May Presbyterian Church, where the theater is in residence.
A HUNDRED THOUSAND DAYS OF LIGHT: September 11 at 8:00 PM An evening of American classics spanning the American Revolution to Gian Carlo Menotti, sung by world-famous soprano Barbara Quintiliani, who’s received many honors and performed under the batons of legendary conductors. ($35; $30 senior; $20 students/military; 12 and under free)
DOROTHY PARKER: A Certain Woman: September 15 – October 16 (Wednesdays through Saturdays) at 8:00 PM Selections from Dorothy Parker’s work performed by Suzanne Dawson. A popular writer for “The New Yorker,” Parker (1893-1967) exchanged witticisms with fellow celebrities over lunch at the “Algonquin Round Table.” "I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy" is just one example of her bon mots. ($35; $30 senior; $20 students/military; 12 and under free)
NOSFERATU: October 22 at 7:00 PM Silent classic horror film with live organ accompaniment provided by Wayne Zimmerman. ($15)
POE BY CANDLELIGHT: Saturday, October 23 and Tuesday, October 26 at 8:00 PM Actors read favorite Poe stories in time for Halloween. ($12; ages 12 and under free)
SHERLOCK HOLMES ADVENTURE OF THE BLUE CARBUNCLE: October 29-30 and November 5-6 at 8:00 PM Performed “radio-style,” it’s based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s story, adapted by Craig Wichman. Holmes and Watson must find out who stole a priceless gem before an innocent man is convicted. ($28; $20 students and military (active/retired/veteran); ages 12 and under free)
CHRISTMAS WITH HARTE AND O. HENRY: November 27, 28, December 6, 10, 11, 12 at 8:00 PM; Saturday matinees at 2:00 PM Gayle Stahlhuth adapted stories by Bret Harte and O. Henry, and performs them in her unique, storytelling fashion. ($28; $20 students and military (active/retired/veteran); ages 12 and under free)