There are very few seats remaining for Friday evening’s performance. There are more seats available on Saturday. You can view the availability on the seating plan by clicking to embiggen the graphics below. This information is current as of April 19, 2018. Contact our box office team for tickets or the latest information.
As the last of our four school matinee shows finished up yesterday, we took a moment for a couple of new cast photos. Hope you enjoy the Troupe 2018!
There are few seats remaining for Friday evening’s performance. There are more and good seats available on Saturday. You can view the availability on the seating plan by clicking to embiggen the graphics below. This information is current as of April 10, 2018.
Would you like tickets to our 2018 show, but don’t want to wait for the opening of our telephone ticket line on April 9? You can purchase them on-line right now, 24 hours a day. After purchase, a member of our Box office team will select the best seats from those remaining to fulfill your order, and will then confirm by email shortly thereafter that your order has been completed. If you have a special request, for example you need seats with a better view of the projected surtitles in English, you can contact the Box office team by email after making your purchase.
The full text of A Week in the Country (“Huit Jours à la campagne”) by Jules Renard in English is now available for download: HuitJours EN rev08.
We’re making some more resources about this year’s plays available. You can now view full texts of Scapin’s Deceits (“Les Fourberies de Scapin”) by Molière in English and French; the full text of A Week in the Country (“Huit Jours à la campagne”) by Jules Renard in French; and a one-page summary of Scapin’s Deceits in English. More resources are coming!
Yes, that’s right: the plays for 2018 are now set following the approval of the Board of Directors on July 27.
Our double feature for April 2018 is Scapin’s Deceits (Les Fourberies de Scapin, 1671) by Molière and Eight Days in the Country (Huit Jours à la campagne, 1912) by Jules Renard, the latter of which we will be presenting for the first time.
“We’ll take you from the picturesque French countryside to the sunny shores of Naples”, explains Troupe des Anciens Artistic Director Paulette Collet.
Looking forward to seeing you Friday, April 20 or Saturday, April 21, 2018!