Announcing our 76th season!
We’d like to announce our 2023-2024 (76th) season! For more information about our upcoming season, keep reading below!
Beginning this season, we are expanding our slate to five great shows!
For all shows, doors open at 7:30PM on Fridays and Saturdays, and 1:30PM on Sundays.
Show times are 8PM on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2PM on Sundays.
NOTE: All tickets are general admission.
Ticket prices are $20 per ticket, group rates are available for groups of 10 or more people.
Season tickets are available for sale now and can be purchased on our new VPH Square Tickets site. Buy your tickets now and see five great shows for the price of four tickets!
Individual tickets will be available for sale beginning one month prior to that show’s opening night.
For information or questions, please contact us at:
2023-2024 (76th) Season
The Tell-Tale Farce
By: Don Zolidis
September (2023) 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23
Directed by: Steven J. Niles
It’s 1848, and Edgar Allan Poe is just coming off the spectacular success of The Raven. Unfortunately, it’s only earned him a grand total of nine dollars. So, when a wealthy dowager commissions him to write her a poem for the vast sum of one hundred dollars, he leaps at the chance. Only problem: the man who shows up to write the poem isn’t Poe, he’s Poe’s mailman, and he’s on a quest to woo the dowager’s spinster niece.
By: Paul Grellong
November (2023) 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18
Directed by: Ashley Lora-Lee
Genre: Dark Comedy
In the bedroom of a Brooklyn Heights brownstone, three ambitious college freshmen confront the discovery of an unpublished manuscript that can guarantee success. As the bright young things scrap over what to do with the manuscript, their plotting is by turns hilarious and startlingly cruel. They spin out of control on their manipulative quest for fame and, ultimately, revenge.
Days of Wine and Roses
By: J.P. Miller
January (2024) 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27
Directed by: Kara Stephens
In the fast-moving milieu of Madison Avenue, social drinking is almost an occupational necessity, and one that fast-rising young Joe Clay adopts with too ready ease. Unfortunately, the girl he meets and marries shares his proclivity, and while they continue to tell themselves that they drink because they choose to, it is soon apparent that their habit has become a serious problem.
By: Bill Cain
March (2024) 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23
Directed by: Keith Maliszewski
Genre: Dramatic Comedy
England, 1605: A terrorist plot to assassinate King James I and blow Parliament to kingdom come with 36 barrels of devilish gunpowder! Shagspeare (after a contemporary spelling of the Bard’s name) is commissioned by Robert Cecil, the prime minister, to write the “true historie” of the plot. And it must have witches!
Psycho Night at the Paradise Lounge
By: Kitty Burns
May (2024) 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18
Directed By: Kevin Christian
Four people have come to the Paradise Lounge on the same night for the same reason – to kill the singer. The four do not know each other, and therefore, do not know that the others are there for the same purpose. As the singer, Cindy, is onstage for her first set, the villains discuss with their accomplices the reason and method they’ve devised for Cindy’s death. One by one, they each set a trap in Cindy’s dressing room.
What are the dates for the 76th season shows, again?
|2023-2024 Season Dates|
|September||The Tell-Tale Farce||8||9||10||15||16||17||22||23|
|January||Days of Wine and Roses||12||13||14||19||20||21||26||27|
|May||Psycho Night at the Paradise Lounge||3||4||5||10||11||12||17||18|