Memorial Day weekend is bearing down upon us! The summer season is just starting, but Cape May Stage’s season has already been in full swing for a few weeks. If you haven’t been down to the Robert Shackleton Playhouse yet, get there soon!
|Dominic Hoffman as the Artist in "Uncle Jacques' Symphony"|
Uncle Jacques’ Symphony is a hit with audience members, and Cape May Stage has several ways for you to see this melodic gem at a reduced price. This Sunday, May 27th, is our Half-Price Senior Matinee. For seniors 62 and over, tickets are only $15 – that’s 50% off the regular senior price of $30. Tickets go quickly for these matinees, so get yours soon.
Not quite yet a senior? That’s okay – Cape May Stage has ticket specials for everyone. Make it a memorable night out with one of our Dinner and a Show packages! We have deals with nine of Cape May’s world-renown eateries: whether it’s a $25 show ticket with every entrée, or a low-priced prix-fixe dinner, we have something available for every wallet and palette. Check out the Dinner & A Show page at capemaystage.org for details.
|Rapp appears on July 2|
Speaking of savings, there’s still time to subscribe to the season and save! This season boasts several different subscription options: something to fit every budget and schedule. Our 7-show ($255) and 3-show ($127.50) Opening Night Series allows you to experience all the excitement of opening night – including mingling with the cast and crew at our exclusive after-parties. Our 7-show ($196) or 3-show Flex Pass ($94.50) gives you the liberty to choose any dates in the run of the show. We also have subscriptions for our acclaimed Broadway Series: see such stars as Anthony Rapp, Christine Ebersole, and Michael Tucker and Jill Eikenberry – a 6-show package is only $250, while a 3-show package is $170. Subscribers get the first choice of seats and bargains on hats, t-shirts, and wine bags – and are quickly accepted as part of our Cape May Stage family.
|Justin Deas stars in "God of Carnage"|
It’s hard to believe that we’re less than a month away from mounting God of Carnage! This farcical comedy has been delighting American audiences since its Tony-winning Broadway run in 2009. Hilarity ensues when two couples – Manhattan yuppies meet crunchy liberals – to discuss their middle school sons’ recent altercation. The juvenile behavior isn’t relegated only to the children as the evening’s pleasantries slowly crumble into insanity.
See capemaystage.org or call 884-1341 for details. The season is only just begun!