Theatre in the Round Players

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  • Ticket price is $22, $24 for musicals. Discounts for students and seniors are available Fridays and Sundays $15 for students & $18 for seniors. Group rates available (call for formation).


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  • Performing weekends year-round: Fridays and Saturday evenings and Sunday matinees.

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  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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