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2022-23 Season Shows

Three Great Season Packages!

Flexible and Family Friendly!

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We offer multiple price levels to meet the needs of any patron.

Cabaret

opens September 15

music by John Kander
lyrics by Fred Ebb
book by Joe Masteroff

Join the debauched emcee of the seedy KitKat club and cabaret performer Sally Bowles, in this intimate look inside the hedonistic nightlife that flourished in Weimar-era Berlin.

The River Bride / La Novia del Río

opens November 3

written by Marisela Treviño Orta

Three days before a wedding, a handsome and mysterious man is fished from the Amazon River. Set once upon a time in a small Brazilian fishing village, The River Bride is a tale of true love, regret and two sisters who struggle to be true to each other and their hearts.

Scrooge in Love

opens November 25

by Duane Poole, Larry Grossman and Kellen Blair

Both side-splitting and hopelessly romantic, Scrooge in Love is the perfect holiday show for the whole family—and soon-to-become a new cherished tradition!

A Year with Frog and Toad

opens January 7

written by Robert Reale
music and lyrics by Willie Reale

Based on characters from Arnold Lobel’s series of childrens’ books, A Year with Frog and Toad is song and dance at its best.

Little Shop of Horrors

opens January 26

music by Alan Menken
lyrics and book by Howard Ashman

A deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, Little Shop Of Horrors has devoured the hearts of theater-goers for over 30 years.

A Raisin in the Sun

opens March 2

written by Lorraine Hansberry

A Pulitzer Prize- winning play about the experiences of a black working class family living in south Chicago

Always…Patsy Cline

opens March 30

written by Ted Swindley

Always…Patsy Cline is based on a true story about a friendship between a housewife and a legendary country singer, that lasted until Cline’s untimely death in a plane crash in 1963.

Smart People

opens May 11

written by Lydia Diamond

It seems that issues of self-awareness, identity, and race are stumbling blocks that even “smart people” can’t seem to avoid.

Something Rotten!

opens June 1

book by John O’Farrell and Karey Kirkpatrick
music and lyrics by Karey and Wayne Kirkpatrick

This laugh-filled musical comedy about the creation of the very first musical earned ten 2015 Tony Award nominations.

SHOWS THAT HAVE CLOSED

Pride and Prejudice

CLOSED

written by Kate Hamill
based on the novel by Jane Austen

A rapturous romantic comedy, propelled by Austen’s sparkling characters and blazing wit.

Three Great Season Packages!

Flexible and Family Friendly!

Subscribe NOW and enjoy all the benefits

We offer multiple price levels to meet the needs of any patron.

Super convenient, ALL 9—$299

  • All 9 shows and first choice for your favorite seats.
  • Discounts for renewing subscribers, early birds & seniors
  • Save up to 20% when you purchase a subscription vs. single tickets

Family Season Package, ALL 10—$325

  • All 9 season shows PLUS our new Theater for Young Audiences Title, A Year with Frog and Toad!
  • Great for families with children ages 3-10 who want to experience musical theater for the first time.
  • Package includes TWO tickets for A Year with Frog and Toad (one adult and one youth)

The popular ANY 6+ package 

  • Any 6, or more, shows. Any day. Any seat. Any price. Any quantity!
  • 15% off your total purchase with an ANY 6+ package

Available online OR the box office will be glad to quote a price and complete your order once you have selected all your shows, dates and seats.

Now Available Single-Show Tickets

Choose from the shows column to the left on this page or select any show under Tickets > 2022-2023 Season Shows in the top menu.

THREE WAYS TO PURCHASE

  • In person: 52 W. 6th Street, Santa Rosa
    Box office is open for in-person sales Wed – Fri 5-8 pm. Location
  • At all other times: please email or phone via the Box office (707) 523-4185.
  • Anytime 24/7: Online: 6thStreetPlayhouse.com

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