By Thornton Wilder
Directed by Joseph Discher
October 17 – November 17, 2013
Our production celebrates the 75th anniversary of this beloved, Pulitzer Prize-winning, American classic. The play has become an idyllic symbol of our collective national past – a time and place where decency, friendship and wholesome values were the norm– an America untainted by the greed, corruption, pollution and violence that now darken our horizon. The ordinary citizens of the ordinary town of Grover’s Corners weave an extraordinary and timeless tale about life, love and mortality.
NEW! Young Adult Tickets - $20!
“Our Town is a play that should be seen by everyone, especially young people. It is as formative and informative a play about love and life as any of the world’s greatest classics, and in this day and age, it provides an even more important perspective than ever. This special ticket offer for young people is our attempt to encourage parents to bring their kids to this show. It is a perfect prelude to the Thanksgiving season for families. Filled with all things that occupy our hearts and minds, particularly when we are young, Our Town is our Thanksgiving gift to our audience members of all ages.” -- Artistic Director Bonnie J. Monte
For more information on the play and its historical context, view the “Know-the-Show” audience guide by clicking here.