Theater Series Subscription

Theater Series packages for the 2018-2019 Season

A+ A B C
Preview 5-Play $258 $240 $210 $155
Regular 5-Play $344 $320 $280 $205
Young-at-Art 5-Play  (Age 35 and under)     $100 $100
Opening Night (Available for Director's Circle level donors and above. Call 609.258.6548 for details.)



Special Theater Packages:

  • Pride Night Thursday pre-show party
  • Post-show discussions - Sunday afternoon
  • Dialogue on Drama - Sunday afternoon
  • American sign language interpreted and audio described performances
  • Young-at-Art (Age 35 and under)

September 7–October 7, 2018

The Age of Innocence

By Edith Wharton
Adapted for the stage by Douglas McGrath
Directed by Doug Hughes

Adapted from Edith Wharton’s novel by Douglas McGrath (EmmaNicholas Nickleby) and directed by Doug Hughes (JunkThe Father on Broadway), The Age of Innocence is both ravishingly romantic and heartbreakingly unsentimental.


October 9-28, 2018

Detroit '67

By Dominique Morisseau
Directed by Jade King Carroll

It’s the summer of 1967, and the songs of Motown are breaking records and breaking barriers. Chelle and her brother, Lank, are running an unlicensed after-hours joint out of their basement. Pent-up emotions erupt, and they must navigate the chaos both outside and within.


January 11–February 10, 2019

The Niceties

By Eleanor Burgess
Directed by Kimberly Senior

In this riveting two-person drama, a polite clash between black student and white professor explodes into an urgent and dangerous contemporary debate.


March 12–31, 2019

Ken Ludwig’s The Gods of Comedy

Directed by Kathleen Marshall

In this latest comedy from Ken Ludwig, a young Princeton Classics professor puts her career—and her love life—in peril, and calls on the gods of Ancient Greece to save her. Tony Award® winner Kathleen Marshall directs.


May 3–June 2, 2019


By David Hare
Directed by Emily Mann

Winner of London’s Olivier Award for Best Play and a Tony Award®-winning hit on Broadway, David Hare’s Skylight is, says the New York Post, a “luminously beautiful and wildly truthful” love story. “Theater-going doesn't get much better than this." McCarter Artistic Director Emily Mann directs.