Our 2023 Season Main Stage Shows!
Call The Box Office Today!
Get a Season Pass for 2023. Don’t miss any of our shows and recieve some amazing benefits as a Season Passer!
GET THE SEASON PASS AND SAVE!
SEASON PASS PRICING
6 show pass – 6 performances for $354
How to buy a season pass: Please call the Box Office 302.475.2313, or click the Green Button above.
What you get: Your season pass entitles you to a ticket to each of our six main stage productions served with a gourmet dinner*. Season pass holders are offered priority seating, exchange privileges, a 10% discount on tickets to special events (2 per pass, fundraisers not included), and a $5 Candlelight Credit for each main stage production, good toward food, drinks or merchandise.
*Not included in season pass: Gratuity, bar drinks, and sodas are not included in your season pass price.
Included in the season pass: Coffee, tea, iced tea, and free parking, as well as the $5 Candlelight Credit described above.
ALTERNATE PRICING: PICK 5 IN 2023 •
5 performances for $295.00
You can choose 5 of our 6 main stage shows PLUS all the season pass benefits listed above for the 5 shows you pick. (If you decide to add a 6th show later, that ticket would only be available at the regular price.)
RESERVATIONS…HOW TO BOOK YOUR TICKET USING YOUR SEASON PASS
- Season pass holders call the Box Office at 302.475.2313 to make a reservation – this cannot be done online. We do not require season pass holders to commit in advance to a specific night.
- You can book your whole season at one time, or call in advance of each production.
- It is best to call AT LEAST several weeks in advance, especially for the holiday show, which always sells out early. Our offer of priority seating still depends on your timely reservations.
- No tickets will be sent in the mail. After every reservation you make, you will receive an email confirmation. All you need to do is call, reserve and then show up on their date.
March 18 - April 23
The longest running Off-Broadway revue in history is a hysterical and charming celebration of relationships in all their complexities. Described as “Seinfeld set to music”, it explores the journey from dating to love to marriage while exposing the agonies and triumphs of in-laws, newborns and trips in the family car. An affectionate tribute to those who have loved and lost or have fallen on their face at the portal of romance, and to those who have dared to ask “Say, what are you doing Saturday night”. Book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro and music by Jimmy Roberts.