Weston Playhouse offers discount tickets to Vermonters

The Weston Playhouse Theatre Company kicks off its 79th season with a family-friendly performance schedule and discounts for Vermonters. “There’s something for everyone on our stages this year,” says Producing Artistic Director Steve Stettler, “and with our ability to offer major local discounts, we hope that our neighbors from throughout the state will come make the Weston experience a part of their summer.”

logo colorOn the main stage, the company presents  Pump Boys and Dinettes a down-home musical, opening June 30, followed by  Peter and the Starcatcher,  the Tony-award winning prequel to Peter Pan, which opens July 16.  A masterpiece of American musical theater, Guys and Dolls opens July 30 followed by Tennessee Williams’ classic The Glass Menagerie opening Aug. 27.

Weston’s OtherStages kicks off with a show for young families bringing spunky first grader Junie B. Jones to the stage opening June 25. The Other Place, a riveting new psychological drama opens July 23 and The Road to Where, which tells the story of a journey home through uplifting stories and songs, will open Aug. 13.

Tickets are available by the single seat or season subscription. Vermonters can take advantage of Weston’s “802 only” VTix promotion. VTix sets aside a block of deeply discounted tickets for every performance of every show, with 25 MainStage tickets for $25 each, and 15 OtherStage tickets for $15 each.  VTix are available on a first come, first served basis to Vermonters with proof of residency. VTix must be booked by phone or in person.

Weston’s Flex and Playhouse Passes offer other opportunities to save on self-selected dates and seats for Main and  OtherStage productions. Reservations for the popular Cabaret can also be bought in a bundle of three evenings of comedy, music and mayhem following MainStage shows for $30. 

To learn more about any of the seven performances visit westonplayhouse.org.  For VTix special pricing, call the Box Office at (802) 824-5288.

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