2014 Subscriptions On Sale

JOIN THE CELEBRATION!

Image and video hosting by TinyPicIn 2014, we celebrate 75 years of Bucks County Playhouse’s illustrious history of plays and musicals starring world-class actors from Broadway and Hollywood. We’re bringing you a very exciting season this year to kick off the next 75 years!

Our goal is to make this BCP Season available to all. To that end, we are pleased to offer you five shows for as little as $75! That’s less than the price of a Broadway ticket – for top quality entertainment, right here in Bucks County! We invite you to join us as a season subscriber with an irresistible introductory offer.  You’ll get the best seats at the best price for a season packed with romance, laughs, thrills, and music.  And there’s much more in store!

As a season subscriber, you get first dibs on special events all year long, including classic and sing-along films, concerts and comedy from Travis Tritt to Joy Behar, and the BCP Youth Company’s summer musical, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr!

Come early to enjoy the enormous charm historic New Hope and Lambertville offer, and linger after the show at our fantastic new Playhouse Riverview Café. We want to make BCP your go-to, one-stop riverfront entertainment destination.  Join today;  we know you’ll have a great time.

Alexander Fraser               Robyn Goodman
Producing Director           Executive Producer

Subscription Pricing

The Weeknights Package includes tickets to any Tuesday or Thursday evening performance.
The Super Series Package includes tickets to any performance.

 4 Show Package Front Middle Rear
Weeknight Series (T/Th) $154.00 $98.00 $70.00
You Save $66.00 $42.00 $30.00
Super Series (any show) $166.00 $118.00 $82.00
You Save $72.00 $50.00 $34.00

Three easy ways to subscribe:
Online: CLICK HERE for Super Series
CLICK HERE for Weeknight Series
By Phone: (215) 862-2121
In Person: BCP Box Office
70 South Main Street
New Hope, PA 18938

ANNOUNCING OUR 2014 SEASON

Image and video hosting by TinyPicJUNE 19 – JULY 13
DEATHTRAP
Written by Ira Levin
Directed by Evan Cabnet
A thriller that keeps you laughing on the edge of your seat!
Suspense master Ira Levin (“Rosemary’s Baby”) spins the best thriller and horror themes into one of the most successful plays in Broadway history. The plot thickens when the young writer of a brilliant new thriller is lured into the home of a famed playwright with writer’s block. Direct from his sold out hit NYC production of Donald Margulies’s THE MODEL APARTMENT, Evan Cabnet directs this play with twists and turns aplenty until the curtain falls.  DEATHTRAP will thrill, scare and delight you.



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JULY 17 – AUGUST 10
VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE
Written by Christopher Durang
Directed by Sheryl Kaller
Not every family should have a reunion.
This Tony Award®-winning hit stars Marilu Henner as the narcissistic B-movie star Masha, who pops home to Bucks County to visit her anguished siblings with a few surprises in store. Tony nominee Sheryl Kaller, who helmed BCP’s MOTHER AND SONS now playing on Broadway, directs this deliriously funny comedy by Bucks County neighbor Christopher Durang. “THE THEATER ERUPTS IN BOOMING GUSTS OF LAUGHTER THAT PRACTICALLY SHAKE THE SEATS.” – The New York Times
 

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AUGUST 14 – SEPTEMBER 7
AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’
Based on an idea by Murray Horwitz and
Richard Maltby, Jr.
Directed by Hunter Foster
Choreographed by Lorin Lotarro
This joint is jumpin’!
The world of Fats Waller springs to life in this Tony Award winner for Best Musical. Broadway’s Hunter Foster and Lorin Lotarro recreate the Golden Age of Harlem nightclubs featuring a songbook of classics including “Honeysuckle Rose,” “Your Feets Too Big,” and “Black and Blue.” Join us for a jazzy, rowdy evening that will have your fingers snappin’ and your toes tappin’ long after you leave the theater.

 

And one more…

SEASON FINALE

As a festive season finale, we will present a fifth show in the spirit of our productions of IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE and MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS.