TheShawneePlayhouse.com 570.421.5093 • 800.SHAWNEE 2012 TickeT PRiceS Matinee 2:00 pm • Evening 8:00 pm Headline Shows Feature Shows Children’s Adult $28.00 Adult $18.00 theatre Shows Child (12 & under) $15.00 Child (12 & under) $10.00 All Tickets $10.00 Special Events Adult $18.00, Child (12 & under) $10.00 DiSCouNtS Kid’s Night Resort Guests, aaa, Purchase one full price Adult Ticket, military, Senior, Student receive one Child’s Ticket (12 & under) FREE* and Pocono arts Council SummER SEaSoN $3.00 off ** Wednesdays at 8:00 pm only **Discount is valid for one person, per visit. CHRiStmaS SEaSoN Discount does not apply to Fridays at 8:00 pm only Dining Packages or Children’s Theatre. * Does not apply to groups Discounts can not be combined. RESERvED SEatS All reserved tickets must be prepaid. Reserved seats held until 5 minutes before curtain time. Productions at the Shawnee Playhouse are financially supported by the Shawnee Institute Inc. a 501(c)(3) not for profit corporation. They’re coming… F E at u R E S H o W 1 G Shawnee One Act Winners 3 P R presented by Worthington Players JanuaRy 7-15 The votes were cast in 2011! Join us for comedy and suspense and enjoy the winners One Act Comedic Winner of our Shawnee Original One Act A Cabin Fit for a King Playwright Series. Dramatic Winner by Sarah McCarroll The Messenger and Julie Luongo 8 pm Jan 7,14 2 pm Jan 8,13,15 by Paul Kodiak F E at u R E S H o W JanuaRy 21-29 written by David Nehls “South Park” meets “Desperate and Betsy Kelso Housewives” in this big-hearted new musical with a cheeky script and infectious music. There’s a new tenant at the Armadillo Acres and she’s wreaking havoc all over Florida’s most exclusive trailer park. 8 pm Jan 20,21,27,28 2 pm Jan 20,22,27,29 1 G 3 P Visions of Johanna F E at u R E S H o W 1 G 3 P by Ken White presented by Worthington Players FebRuaRy 4-12 In this wonderfully written full length comedic winner of the 2011 Shawnee Original Playwright Series, Stuart has lost his very purpose in life, but a knock on the door may propel him into a new reality of flying horses, southern cooking and best of all, love. 8 pm Feb 4,11 2 pm Feb 5,10,12 Patrick Ball in “O’Carolan’s Farewell to Music” SPECiaL EvENt written by Patrick Ball and Peter Glazer FebRuaRy 17-18 A one-person musical theater piece which brings to the stage the legendary life, the turbulent times and the captivating music of this most celebrated Irish artist. “Hauntingly beautiful ballads and lilting storytelling… a small gem” - Variety N.Y. 8 pm Feb 17 2 pm Feb 18 G Music by Jeanine Tesori; Lyrics by Dick Scanlan; Book by Richard Henry Morris presented by Worthington Players F E at u R E S H o W FebRuaRy 18-26 A zany music and dance spectacular that took Broadway by storm. Thoroughly Modern Millie is a high spirited romp that follows Millie Dillmount as she experiences New York for the first time in a series of mad-cap adventures. Audiences will find their toes tapping as flappers take the stage, tap-dancing the night away in this Winner of five Tony Awards. 8 pm Feb 18,25 2 pm Feb 19,23,24,26 PG A fast paced musical comedy revue F E at u R E S H o W about the antics of Irishman Jack Finnerty and his zany friends will be our feature show during the season of St. Patrick in March. Interwoven throughout the show are over a dozen comedic sketches and by Rod Foote songs, including a hilarious spoof called MaRch 3-18 the McSonny and O’Cher Show. 8 pm Mar 3,10,17 2 pm Mar 2,4,9,11,16,18 PG “Fer sure we’ll bedazzle ya and leave your Irish eyes a’smilin’”. SPECiaL EvENt MaRch 9-30 Each year, Worthington Players produces and performs the original submitted works of area playwrights. Cast your vote to help choose the winners for our 2013 productions! 8 pm Mar 9,16,23,30 Free Event. $6.00 Donation Suggested. NOT RATED The ThwarTing F E at u R E S H o W PG of Baron Bolligrew by Robert Bolt, Presented by Kaleidoscope Players MaRch 23 - aPRil 1 One of England’s most beloved stories, the fable of one knight’s quest to single-handedly bring peace and justice to the Bolligrew Islands while dealing with a surley dragon, pompous aristocracy, disheartened peasants, one very big bully, and an incredibly evil magician. 8 pm Mar 24,31 2 pm Mar 23,25,30, Apr 1 F E at u R E S H o W Love, Sex and the I.R.S. by William Van Zandt & Jane Milmore presented by Prestige Productions. aPRil 6-15 Try to cheat the IRS and see what happens! A wild comedy with twists of fate, sight gags, mistaken identities and hilarious comic lines. 8 pm Apr 6,7,13,14 1 G 2 pm Apr 6,13,15 3 P an evening of comedy F E at u R E S H o W 1 G presented by Center Stage Players 3 P aPRil 20-29 PG Comedy: from the Greek komoida, “an amusing spectacle.” Center Stage Players presents a variety of short pieces designed to amuse – monologues, skits and one-act plays. Whether you like farce or satire, wordplay or slapstick, you’re sure to leave the theater laughing. 8 pm Apr 20,21,27,28 2 pm Apr 22,29 by James Goldman F E at u R E S H o W presented by Center Stage Players PG May 4-13 Set during Christmas 1183 at the château of Henry II of England. The play opens with the arrival of Henry’s wife Eleanor of Aquitaine, whom he has had imprisoned since 1173. Uneasy is the head on which the crown lies, and uneasy the truce between a matchless king and queen. A mUST SEE CLASSIC! 8 pm May 4,5,11,12 2 pm May 6,13 F E at u R E S H o W by Joanna McClelland Glass PG presented by SCOMC Productions May 18-27 The compelling story of the internationally known Francis Biddle, Attorney General under President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Chief Judge of the Nuremberg trials. This richly scripted story illustrates how two strangers, at two dramatically different places in their lives, can unexpectedly and forever influence each other. 8 pm May 18,19,25,26 2 pm May 18,20,25,27 HEaDLiNE SHoW by Neil Simon, lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager, and music by Marvin Hamlisch May 30 – SePTeMbeR 1 An endearingly funny and romantic story of an established composer and his relationship with a zany, aspiring young female lyricist. This crazy couple find that they are romantically drawn to each other, but their professional and personal successes and difficulties lead to one hilarious scene after another. Will their attraction for each other overcome the obstacles created by their wildly different personalities and temperaments? 8 pm Jun 2,8,9,13,20,23, Jul 6,21, Aug 31, Sep 1 2 pm May 30,31, Jun 1,3,6,7,8,10,13,14,17,20,28 PG Jul 5,6,11,15,19, 26, Aug 3,8,16,19,22,26,31 Story Time G STARS on Stage! June 1 – DeceMbeR 29 SPECiaL EvENt Our S.T.A.R.S. on Stage costumed characters will entrance your children as some of their favorite stories come alive!! Join in and sing with the characters and enjoy some silly games, and then take your child’s picture with the characters for a special memory of the day. Story Time show tickets can be purchased individually or as a package. Different stories will be told each session. ALL ShowS ArE 10 Am Jun 1 Winnie the Pooh Jun 2 Peter Pan Jun 8 Alice in Wonderland Jun 9 Jungle Book Jun 15 Princess Stories Jun 16 Pirate Stories Aug 31 Winnie the Pooh II Sep 1 Princess Stories II Dec 28 Princess Stories III Dec 29 Pirate Stories II In this long-running Off-Broadway hit musical revue, Broadway’s greatest musical legends meet Broadway’s greatest satirist HEaDLiNE SHoW in this hilarious, loving, and endlessly entertaining tribute to some of theatre’s greatest stars and songwriters. Hailed as “hilarious and brilliantly wicked” by the New York Times, you don’t have to be a Broadway musical fanatic to enjoy this immensely entertaining show. Includes parodies of Annie, Hairspray, Rent etc… by Gerard Alessandrini June 15 – SePTeMbeR 2 8 pm Jun 15,16,27, Jul 11,14,28, Aug 3,11,15,18 2 pm Jun 15,21,22,24, 27, Jul 1,13,18,22,25,27 Aug 2,5,9,15,24,29,30, Sep 2 1 G 3 P PG F E at u R E S H o W The Shawnee Story by Rod Foote and Midge McClosky June 23 – SePTeMbeR 1 A nostalgic show with historic photos of the beautiful Shawnee on Delaware area and the personalities that make it special. With music and comedy this show is a “must see” for the entire family! 2 pm Jun 23, 30, Jul 7,14,21,28, Aug 4,11,18,25, Sep 1 CHiLDREN’S SHoW Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Howard Ashman based on the Disney Film Aladdin June 21 – auGuST 24 Welcome to the faraway land of Agrabah, the city of enchantment, where every beggar has a story and every camel has a tail! Let your magic carpet carry you into the Arabian night and join Aladdin on his quest for the heart and hand of Princess Jasmine. 10 Am Jun 21,22,23,28,29,30, Jul 6,11,13,19,21,25,27, Aug 2,4,8,10,16,18,22,24 7 pm Aug 10 G HEaDLiNE SHoW The Jellicle cats are celebrating at the Jellicle Ball, awaiting Old Deuteronomy’s choice of which cat will be reborn into a new life. One by one, the cats step forward to introduce themselves, auditioning for the chance to take the journey to the Heaviside Layer. 8 pm Jun 29,30, Jul 7,18,25,27, Aug 1,4,8,22,24,25 2 pm Jun 29, Jul 8,12,20,29, Aug 1,10,12,17,23 by Andrew Lloyd Webber June 29 – auGuST 25 PG July 5 – auGuST 25 Disney Channel’s smash hit musical comes to life on stage! CHiLDREN’S SHoW Join the Jocks, the Brainiacs, Thespians, and Skater Dudes as they find their cliques, recount their vacations and look forward to their new school year. Through twists and turns and teenage intrigue, the whole school comes together as winners on stage and on the court as the Wildcats win the championship game and Troy and Gabriella emerge as true High School Musical sensations! 10 Am Jul 5,7,12,14,18,20,26,28, Songs include: Wildcat Cheer, Aug 1,3,9,11,15,17,23,25 Start of Something New, 7 pm Jul 13 Get’cha Head in the Game. G An Evening with F E at u R E S H o W 1 G Lucille Fletcher 3 P presented by Center Stage Players SePTeMbeR 7-16 When Miss Fletcher started writing in the 1930s the biggest audiences were provided by radio. “I grew up in an era when the radio was a wonderful medium for the imagination,” she said. Come and experience Lucille Fletcher’s Radio Shows that kept audiences on the edge of their seats. 8 pm Sep 7,8,14,15 2 pm Sep 9,16 1 G 3 P HEaDLiNE SHoW by Ira Levin presented by Center Stage Players SePTeMbeR 21 – OcTObeR 21 Deathtrap has been said to be “something so evil that it infects all who touch it. The thing has a life of its own. In Deathtrap, Levin has taken the basic components of thrillers and horror stories; murder, deceit, innocent dialogue with hidden sinister meanings, plot reversals, unexpected turns of events, etc., and twisted and rearranged the pieces again and again.” Thirty years after its release, it is still being performed in theaters around the globe. 8 pm Sep 21,22,28,29, Oct 5,6,12,13,19,20 2 pm Sep 23,26,27,30, Oct 3,4,7,10,11,14,17,18,21 Laugh Lines F E at u R E S H o W PG presented by Kaleidoscope Players OcTObeR 25 – nOveMbeR 3 Vaudeville with all the Extras! Flying pies, obvious ventriloquism, balancing plates, silly dances, acrobatics, ridiculous people and amusing musical events… “almost” guaranteed! Family friendly! 2 pm Oct 25,27, Nov 1,3 8 pm Oct 26, Nov 2 S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E J A N U A r Y 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT One Act 8pM One Act 2pM One Act 2pM One Act 8pM One Act 2pM Trailer p. 2 & 8pM Trailer park 8pM Trailer park 2pM Trailer p. 2 & 8pM Trailer park 8pM Trailer park 2pM S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E F E B r U A r Y 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Visions of Johanna 8pM Visions Visions Visions of of of Johanna Johanna Johanna 2pM 2pM 8pM Visions patrick of Ball patrick Ball 2pM Johanna 2pM 8pM Mod Millie 8pM Modern Modern Modern Modern Millie Millie Millie Millie 2pM 2pM 2pM 8pM Modern Millie 2pM S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E m A r C h 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2pM 8pM 2pM Finnerty’s 2pM 8pM S.O.p.S. 8pM ALL SHOWS SUBJECT TO CHANGE 2pM Finnerty’s 2pM 8pM S.O.p.S. 8pM 2pM Bolligrew Bolligrew 2pM 8pM S.O.p.S. 8pM Bolligrew Bolligrew 2pM Bolligrew 2pM 8pM S.O.p.S. 8pM S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E A p r I L 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Love, Bolligrew Love, Sex, IRS 2pM Sex, 2pM IRS Love, Sex, IRS 8pM 8pM Love, Love, Sex, IRS 2pM Sex, IRS Love, Sex, IRS 8pM 8pM Love, An An Sex, Evening Evening IRS of Comedy of Comedy 8pM 8pM 8pM An An An Evening Evening Evening of Comedy of Comedy of Comedy 2pM 8pM 8pM An Evening of Comedy 2pM S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E m AY 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 8pm 8pm 2pm 8pm 8pm 2pm 8pm 2pm 8pm 2pm 2pm 8pm 8pm They’re They’re playing playing 2pm Our Our Song Song 2pm 2pm S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E J U N E 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Story Time 10am Story Time 10am Our Song 2pm Our Song 8pm They’re They’re They’re playing playing playing Story Time 10am Story Time 10am Our Our Our Song Our Song 2pm Song Song 2pm 2pm 2pm Our Song 8pm Our Song 8pm They’re They’re They’re playing playing playing Story Time 10am Story Time 10am Our Our Our Forbidden B 2pm Song Song Song 2pm 2 & 8pm 2pm Forbidden B 8pm Forbidden B 8pm They’re They’re playing playing Aladdin Jr 10am Aladdin Jr 10am Aladdin Jr 10am Our Our Song Song Forbidden B 2pm Forbidden B 2pm Shawnee Story 2pm 2pm 2 & 8pm Our Song 8pm Aladdin Jr 10am Aladdin Jr 10am Aladdin Jr 10am 2pm Forbidden B 2pm Our Song 2pm Cats 2pm Shawnee Story 2pm Forbidden B 8pm Cats 8pm Cats 8pm S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E J U LY 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT HS Musical 10am Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am 2pm Our Song 2pm Our Song 2pm Shawnee Story 2pm Our Song 8pm Cats 8pm Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am Our Song 2pm Cats 2pm Forbidden B 2pm Shawnee Story 2pm 2pm Forbidden B 8pm HS Musical 7pm Forbidden B 8pm They’re playing HS Musical 10am Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am Aladdin Jr 10am Our Song Forbidden B 2pm Our Song 2pm Cats 2pm Shawnee Story 2pm 2pm Cats 8pm Our Song 8pm Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am 2pm Forbidden B 2pm Our Song 2pm Forbidden B 2pm Shawnee Story 2pm Cats 8pm Cats 8pm Forbidden B 8pm 2pm S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E A U G U S T 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT HS Musical 10am Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am Aladdin Jr 10am Cats 2pm Forbidden B 2pm Our Song 2pm Shawnee Story 2pm Cats 8pm Forbidden B 8pm Cats 8pm Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am 2pm Our Song 2pm Forbidden B 2pm Cats 2pm Shawnee Story 2pm Cats 8pm Aladdin Jr 7pm Forbidden B 8pm HS Musical 10am Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am Aladdin Jr 10am Forbidden B 2pm Our Song 2pm Cats 2pm Shawnee Story 2pm 2pm Forbidden B 8pm Forbidden B 8pm They’re playing Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am Aladdin Jr 10am HS Musical 10am Our Our Song 2pm Cats 2pm Forbidden B 2pm Shawnee Story 2pm Song 2pm Cats 8pm Cats 8pm Cats 8pm They’re playing Story Time 10am Our Song 2pm 2pm Our Song 2pm 2pm Our Song 8pm S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E S E p T E m B E r 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Story Time 10am Shawnee Story 2pm Our Song 8pm Eve. Eve. with with Lucille Lucille 2pm Fletcher Fletcher 8pm 8pm Eve. Eve. Eve. with with with Lucille Lucille Lucille Fletcher Fletcher Fletcher 2pm 8pm 8pm ALL SHOWS SUBJECT TO CHANGE Eve. with Lucille 8pm 8pm Fletcher 2pm 2pm 2pm 2pm 8pm 8pm 2pm S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E o C T o B E r 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2pm 2pm 8pm 8pm 2pm 2pm 2pm 8pm 8pm 2pm 2pm 2pm 8pm 8pm 2pm Much Ado 2pm Laugh Lines 2pm 2pm Laugh Lines 8pm Much Ado 8pm 2pm S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E N o V E m B E r 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Magic 2012 10am Magic 2012 10am Much Ado 2pm Laugh Lines 2pm 2pm Laugh Lines 8pm Much Ado 8pm Magic 2012 10am Magic 2012 10am 2pm Bermuda Ave 2pm Bermuda Ave 8pm Bermuda Ave 8pm Bermuda Magic 2012 10am Magic 2012 10am Ave Tiny Tim 2pm Tiny Tim 2pm 2pm Tiny Tim 8pm Wizard Oz 10am Wizard Oz 10am Tiny Tim 2pm Tiny Tim 2pm 2pm Tiny Tim 8pm Tiny Tim 8pm Wizard Oz 10am Tiny Tim 2pm 2pm Tiny Tim 8pm S h A w N E E p L AY h o U S E D E C E m B E r 2 0 1 2 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Wizard Oz 10am Tiny Tim 2pm Tiny Tim 8pm Wizard Oz 10am Wizard Oz 10am Tiny Tim 2pm Tiny Tim 2pm Tiny Tim 2pm Nutcracker 7pm Nutcracker 10am Tiny Tim 8pm Tiny Tim 8pm Wizard Oz 10am Wizard Oz 10am Tiny Tim 2pm Tiny Tim 2pm Tiny Tim 2pm Nutcracker 7pm Nutcracker 10am Tiny Tim 8pm Tiny Tim 8pm Wizard Oz 10am Wizard Oz 10am Tiny Tim 2pm Tiny Tim 2pm Tiny Tim 2pm Nutcracker 7pm Nutcracker 10am MESSIAH 8pM Tiny Tim 8pm Story Time 10am Story Time 10am 2pm 7pM 7pM Juggler 7pm Juggler 7pm Chris Ruggiero 2pm OcTObeR 26 – nOveMbeR 3 F E at u R E S H o W A comedy about two pairs of lovers, Benedick and Beatrice and Claudio and Hero. Benedick and Beatrice are engaged in a “merry war”; they both talk a mile a minute and proclaim their scorn for love, marriage and each other. In contrast, Claudio and Hero are sweet young people who are rendered practically speechless by their love for one another. by William Shakespeare 8 pm Oct 27, Nov 3 PG presented by Pocono Shakes! 2 pm Oct 26,28, Nov 2,4 CHiLDREN’S SHoW Magic & Mystery 2012 nOveMbeR 2-17 A unique blend of family fun, comedy, magic, and audience participation! This show has been seen by audiences the world over and is sure to enchant audiences of all ages. 10 Am Nov 2,3,9,10,16,17 G Bermuda Avenue Triangle F E at u R E S H o W by Renee Taylor and Joseph Bologna by Lakeside Players 1 G 3 P nOveMbeR 9-11 An outrageous, over the top comedy about the tale of two widows set up in a Las Vegas retirement condo by their daughters. They think life has passed them by, until they both meet and fall in love and lust with a charming swindler who helps them realize, “you’re never too old to do what you think you’re too old to do!” 2 pm Nov 9,11 8 pm Nov 9,10 A Christmas Wizard of Oz CHiLDREN’S SHoW G by Kathryn Schultz Miller nOveMbeR 23 – DeceMbeR 22 A snow blizzard carries Dorothy and Toto to the Magical Elfinsland where Glinda is the Good Witch of the North Pole! Dorothy must get home to open her Christmas presents in the morning, so she sets off to meet the Wizard who lives in the Great Palace of Toys. The Scarecrow is now a Snowman, the Tin Man becomes a Tin Soldier and the Lion is now a toy Stuffed Lion that is sadly overpriced. 10 Am Nov 23,24,30, Dec 1,7,8,14,15,21,22 PG HEaDLiNE SHoW by Michael Harron and Rick Cummings nOveMbeR 15 – DeceMbeR 23 Based on the novel “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, this adaptation tells the famous Dickens Classic from the perspective of Tiny Tim, who’s beloved character encourages us to see both his world and our own through his wonderfully innocent and childlike eyes. 8 pm Nov 17,23,24,30, Dec 1,7,8,14,15,22 2 pm Nov 16,17,18,23,24,25,30, Dec 1,2,7,8,9,14,15,16,21,22,23 The Messiah SPECiaL EvENt 35th Annual Concert G by George Freidrich Handel oNE NIGhT oNLY! DeceMbeR 21 • 8:00 PM Sing along with your friends and neighbors as we raise our voices in Handel’s immortal masterpiece. A sing-in concert lead by professional conductors, soloists, and musicians. A Shawnee Holiday Tradition! $8.00 donation is requested. The Nutcracker Ballet F E at u R E S H o W DeceMbeR 2-17 All the grace, magic, and wonder of the world’s most famous ballet. The Nutcracker is a brilliant Christmas treat for the entire family. 7 pm Dec 2,9,16 10 Am Dec 3,10,17 G CHiLDREN’S SHoW DeceMbeR 26, 27 • 7:00 PM A musical revue by kids of all ages. G Turn on the black light, drop down into the beanbag chair, grab a can o’Pringles, a chocolate space stick and a 7-Up or TAB and dig what’s goin’ down, man! This fun- filled event is a great opportunity for the whole family to experience theatre together. Chris ruggiero SPECiaL EvENt 7 pm Dec 28, 29 G 2 pm Dec 30 What happens when comedy, juggling and magic come together in one act? It’s non-stop entertainment when Chris Ruggiero hits the stage in The One Man Variety Show. Whether he’s juggling knives on a unicycle or appearing to read the minds of audience members, nothing is off limits in the show! New SPECiaL EvENt Year’s Eve Show DeceMbeR 31 8:00 PM Celebrate the New Year …here at Shawnee! A celebration with music, comedy and fun galore! ONE NIGHT ONLY! Community ConCErts sEriEs Every Tuesday Evening Year Round at 7 pm Community concerts are family friendly and appropriate for all ages. Concerts take place on Shawnee’s Grand Lawn during the Spring and Summer and in the Lobby of the Shawnee Inn during Fall and Winter. The community concert series is made possible by the partnership of the Shawnee Institute Ltd and The Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort. For the current schedule please visit www.ShawneeInstitute.org/Concerts.htm or call 800.SHAWNEE. Individual Meal & Show Packages Located next to The Historic Shawnee Inn Located at The Historic Shawnee Inn Beer from here. Food from near.™ BrewPub Serving season-ale cuisine ™ Home of ShawneeCraft®beer Headline Feature Headline Feature Shows Shows Shows Shows LuNCH LuNCH LuNCH LuNCH 12:00 Noon $41.50 12:00 Noon $34.50 12:00 Noon $36.50 12:00 Noon $30.50 DiNNER DiNNER DiNNER DiNNER 5:30 pm $51.50 5:30 pm $43.50 6:00 pm $51.50 6:00 pm $43.50 FOR MEAL & SHOW RESERvATIOnS PLEASE CALL (570) 421-5093 Pricing includes all taxes and gratuities. Dear Friends, Welcome to the 34th Season of the Shawnee Playhouse! Having live theatre in a small village is a rare and wonderful thing. This theater has provided us with many wonderful memories, including watching our five children, and many other children, perform on this stage. In addition it is immensely fulfilling to see so many of you so grandly entertained here. We hope you enjoy this historic and wonderful place and the bountiful talent before you. Sincerely, Charlie and Ginny Kirkwood, Producers, Shawnee Playhouse The Shawnee PlayhouSe hiSTory In 1904, Mr. C.C. Worthington designed the Shawnee Volunteer Fire Company and built this charming theater, then also worked on the restoration. Thanks called Worthington Hall. It was a social to extensive efforts led by Ginny, the and educational center for residents Playhouse was placed on the National and visitors of Shawnee on Delaware. Registry of Historic places and won the Worthington also built the nearby Shawnee prestigious Phoenix Award, presented by Inn and Golf Resort and its famous 27- the Society of American Travel Writers. hole championship golf course. In June of 1985, a disturbed arsonist A group called the Shawnee Players, burned the beautiful Shawnee Playhouse. consisting of local amateur actors, With help from the people of Shawnee on performed here to enthusiastic audiences Delaware, the U.S. Navy Seabees, and from 1904 until World War II. In 1943 many others, the Shawnee Playhouse was musician Fred Waring purchased the rebuilt in its original style. Inn and began to broadcast his famous Since 1979, wonderful professional radio programs, Fred Waring and the performances, featuring New York Pennsylvanians, from the Worthington talent, have enchanted many people here. Hall. Eventually, however, the Hall fell In addition, we have enjoyed hosting into disuse and deteriorated. concerts, amateur theater, weddings, When our family purchased the Inn in parties, poetry readings, films and so on. 1978, we began to restore Worthington We are very proud of the Shawnee Hall, and renamed it The Shawnee Playhouse and we hope you enjoy your Playhouse. Neighbors and members of experience in this historic building. With just 20 seats or more, your group will receive Special Rates We lOve and Special treatment! buS GROuPS! BooK EaRLY & SavE Shawnee Playhouse is a great host for your family reunions, church groups, military reunions, office groups, parties, special events & more! Headline Show, Feature Show & Special Event Group Rates Headline Group Show only...................... $24.00 Feature & Special Group Show only .... $14.00 Meal & Show Group Rates Headline Group meal & Show ........................... $39.95 Feature & Special Group meal & Show ......... $35.95 For these low prices, your group will enjoy a superb meal & a sensational Broadway-style show in the beautiful historic village of Shawnee on Delaware, Pennsylvania! A Full Service Meal is available at the Gem & Keystone. A Buffet or Full Service Meal is available at The Historic Shawnee Inn. Children’s Theatre Group Rate $8.00 all Group Rates Require advance Reservations mary Horn, Group Sales Manager (570) 421-5093 request@TheShawneePlayhouse.com Purchase Season tickets by January 31, 2012 - SavE 10% 2012 SEaSoN tiCKEtS oRDER FoRm YES, I would like to subscribe to the Shawnee Playhouse 2012 Season. I understand the season runs from January to December and subscriptions are nonrefundable. 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Season Ticket headline Shows Feature Shows price Savings pLATINUm 5 8 $200 $84 GoLD 4 4 $125 $59 SILVEr 3 3 $95 $43 BroNzE 2 2 $65 $27 EmErALD 5 - $120 $20 rUBY 4 - $96 $16 TopAz 3 - $72 $12 SEaSoN tiCKEtS - aDDitioNaL SaviNGS Platinum Silver • $5 off any additional tickets (Excludes Children’s Theatre) • $5 Off any additional tickets • 10% Off Shawnee Golf Shop Merchandise (Excludes Children’s Theatre) • 15% Off Raft and Canoe Trips, 15% Off Guided Fishing Trips • 10% Off Meals at The Gem and Keystone, • 10% Off Individual Lessons and Golf Schools River Room, Halfway House, Bistro • 25% Off Shawnee Approach Course • 15% Off Raft and Canoe Trips • 10% Off Overnight Stays at Shawnee Inn • 10% Off Meals at The Gem and Keystone, River Room, Bronze Halfway House, Bistro, Special Invitation Only Events • $5 Off any additional tickets (Excludes Children’s Theatre) Gold • 10% Off Meals at The Gem and Keystone, • $5 Off any additional tickets (Excludes Children’s Theatre) River Room, Halfway House, Bistro • 10% Off Meals at The Gem and Keystone, River Room, Halfway House, Bistro • 15% Off Raft and Canoe Trips, 15% Off Guided Fishing Trips • 10% Off Individual Lessons and Golf Schools • 25% Off Shawnee Approach Course Name: Address: City: State: Zip: Home Phone: Work Phone: Email: payment Type: o Check # o Credit Card # Expiration Date: Number of tickets: o Platinum ___ o Gold ___ o Silver ___ o Bronze ___ o Emerald ___ o Ruby ___ o Topaz ___ Total Amount Due: *Please attach names of other subscribers included in this order to another sheet. Make checks payable to “Shawnee Playhouse” Send order form to: po Box 159, Shawnee on Delaware, pA 18356-0159 The Shawnee Playhouse …Something for Everyone BIRTHDAY PARTIES We offer several two hour packages. Choose from: Midge McClosky, Instructor Musical • Magic Movie • Mad Scientist Introduction To musical Theatre (Grades K-2) Karaoke Introduction to musical Theatre (Grades 3-9) Theatre Arts (Grades 3-9) Acting becomes a natural extension of the child’s gift of imagination and role-play. Students learn the basics of stage performance, warm-up techniques, theatrical terminology, scene study, character development and line We have a full size memorization through theatre games, creative retractable movie play and performance. There is a performance screen in the main for family and friends at the end of each course. stage theater. Comfortable theater seats and delicious The snacks will make an enjoyable film Shawnee experience for the entire family. Playhouse Camps VOLUNTEER SuMMeR OPPORTUNITIES & hOliDay Get into theatre… Mini caMPS! Volunteer at The Shawnee Playhouse. Learn about Theatre! Ushers • Builders Watch Theatre! painters Backstage Assistants Perform Theatre! Costume Repairers Our S.T.A.R.S. Summer Camps are full week prop Scavengers camps and our S.T.A.R.S. Holiday Mini Camp Lifters • Luggers runs for three days during the winter season. Haulers • Movers These camps offer young people exposure to, Volunteers receive free tickets and participation in the performing arts. for themselves and guests! For more info www.TheShawneePlayhouse.com or call (570) 421-5093 po Box 159 Shawnee on Delaware, pennsylvania 18356-0159 online Ticketing Available Soon! TheShawneeplayhouse.com NEw JErSEY pENNSYLVANIA DIrECTIoNS: pA I-80 wEST Exit 310, Delaware Water Gap. Turn past the Welcome Center onto River Rd, follow 2 miles to Shawnee Playhouse. pA I-80 EAST Exit 310, Delaware Water Gap. Make left at traffic light onto River Rd, follow 2 miles to Shawnee Playhouse.
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