Cape May Stage Voted one of the Top 3 theatre companies in the State of New Jersey, Cape May Stage, Cape May’s premier Equity theatre company, provides high-quality, award winning professional theatre in an intimate setting.
The season runs Mid-May thru December with performances nightly at 8PM. In addition to main stage productions, the theatre features a ‘Second Stage Series’ with exclusive performances ranging from magic shows, puppet theatre, cabaret acts, and original works by emerging artists.
The Stage’s rich performance history that both patrons and subscribers have come to experience combines timeless classic plays and the best contemporary and premiere works, as well as inspiring artists that deliver unforgettable performances.
DINNER & A SHOW
Cape May Stage’s “Dinner and A Show” promotion with gourmet Cape May restaurants is a fantastic way to spend an evening in Cape May! Treat yourself to an early evening dinner of your choice at one of Cape May’s finest dining rooms and then receive tickets for the 8pm performance at Cape May Stage – all at a significantly reduced price! Each restaurant is running its own individual ‘special’, so reservations must be made directly through the restaurant.
Please call the individual restaurants to find out how you can save money, reserve early seating (we’ll get you to the theater on time!), and enjoy a worry-free night out!
Click here for the list of participating restaurants.
|Friday, May 17, 8PM||“How to Make a Rope Swing”|
|Wednesday, June 12, 8PM||“Lend Me A Tenor”|
|Wednesday, July 31, 8PM||“Boeing Boeing”|
|Wednesday, September 18, 8PM||“Freud’s Last Session”|
|Wednesday, October 23, 7PM||“A Walk in the Woods”|
|(There is NO Preview Performance for “Jacob Marley’s Christmas”)|
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Adults reg. $35 – previews only $17.50
Senior reg. $30 – previews only $15.00
Students reg. $15 – previews only $7.50
Cape May Stage hosts a special ‘Senior Night’ during the run of every production. Seniors (62+) save up to 50% off the regular admission price. Limited availability and subject to restrictions. ‘Senior Nights’ sell out very quickly, so reservations are a must!
Senior Nights and Matinees:
|Sunday, May 26, 2012, 3PM||“How to Make A Rope Swing”|
|Sunday, June 30, 2012, 8PM||“Lend Me A Tenor”|
|Sunday, August 18, 8PM||“Boeing Boeing”|
|Wednesday, October 2, 8PM||“Freud’s Last Session”|
|Sunday, November 3, 3PM||“A Walk in the Woods”|
|Sunday, December 8, 3PM||“Jacob Marley’s Christmas”|
When you become a Cape May Stage Season Ticket Holder, you become part of our ever-growing audience who enjoys our productions at a great savings in the intimacy of the restored, state-of-the-art Robert Shackleton Playhouse. Cape May Stage’s highly anticipated upcoming 2013 theatre season will continue its tradition of excellence. Producing Artistic Director Roy Steinberg presents the strongest season yet, with new works including the unsurpassed casting and production components patrons have grown to expect. With plenty of laughs, plus a few tears, audiences will want to see every show in this spectacular 25th Anniversary season!
Groups of 20 or more will receive a special rate of $20/person (That’s over a 40% savings off the regular ticketed price!)
Seasons are scheduled from May through December with performances generally running Wednesdays thru Sundays at 8PM. Special scheduling is available for Monday and Tuesday bookings as well as requested matinee performances.
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Cape May Stage strives to makes its performances open to all regardless of the ability to pay by offering a pay-what-you-can performance for each production. You decide the admission price! Tickets for designated pay-what-you-can performances go on sale at the box office a 7:45PM prior to an 8PM curtain time (2:45PM for 3PM matinee). Whatever tickets have not sold for that evening’s performance will be pay-what-you-can and will be on a first-come first-serve basis. Cash sales and exact change only. Seating for all pay-what-you-can performances is subject to availability and is not guaranteed.
|Friday, May 31, 3PM||“How to Make a Rope Swing”|
|Friday, June 21, 8PM||“Lend Me A Tenor”|
|Tuesday, September 3, 8PM||“Boeing Boeing”|
|Thursday, October 10, 8PM||“Freud’s Last Session”|
|Friday, November 8, 7PM||“A Walk in the Woods”|
|Saturday, December 14, 3PM||“Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol”|
Cape May Stage has scheduled multiple performances during the season to encourage and facilitate sign language interpreted performances for people who are Deaf. The primary aim is to ensure that all Deaf people have access to a broad range of theatre through the provision of high quality ASL (American Sign Language) interpreted performances. An ASL interpreted performance is, in basic terms, a performance during which the vocal line is interpreted into sign language. The impetus behind these scheduled performances has evolved out of a need not only to cater for Deaf audiences, but also for the organization to be sensitive to and better educated about the issues and practice of providing ASL interpreted performances.
Regular ticket prices: $35 adults, $30 seniors (62+), students $12.50
Half price admission to Deaf patrons. Enter code ASL50 to redeem online or over the phone when ordering tickets.
US COAST GUARD & ACTIVE DUTY MEN & WOMEN
Cape May Stage is proud to offer a discounted ticket to all men and women who currently serve the nation and are on active duty. Tickets will be discounted to $15 and will be available to all service men & women including their families. An ID card must be presented at the box office when purchasing tickets. Reservations are required and must be made directly through the box office by calling (609) 884-1341.
AFTER SHOW SPECIAL!
After the show, walk one block from the theatre to Cape May’s famous local bar & restaurant, The Pilot House and enjoy half price select drinks, beers, & wines! Also, take advantage of half price appetizers– or enjoy special pricing on desserts & coffee. Simply bring your program or ticket stub and present it when ordering. The Pilot House is located adjacent to the Washington Street Mall a short walk from Cape May Stage. For more info click here!