Ensemble cast of Mary Poppins. Copyright 2015 Rob Strong
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The Box Office is currently open 10am-4pm Tuesday through Friday and on show days from 10am until showtime.
Center Section: $55 ~ Side Section: $45 ~ Side Section Rear: $30
(Please see labeled seating chart below for a layout of the stage and seats)
These prices are for all performances except:
- Preview Performances – all seats $30
- $20 Tuesday. The first Tuesday after each production opens, all seats are $20.
- $15 Anytime Student Tickets. Valid for any performance, any seat, for any child or full-time student. Student ID may be requested to verify student status at the Northern Stage Box Office. $15 Student Anytime Tickets are sponsored by The Couch Family Foundation and Hypertherm Owner’s Philanthropic Endeavors (HOPE) Foundation.
- Group Discount – $5 off each regularly-priced ticket for any group of ten or more. Call the box office to schedule your group at the theater today!
- Access For All – Patrons with a current EBT (Electronic Benefit Transfer) Card may register with the Northern Stage box office and receive $5 tickets to any performance, subject to availability. Limit 4 tickets per production. Access for All is good for one year from date of registration. EBT Card must be presented to box office in person to register. Due to the verification required, these tickets are available only over the phone or in person after registration, not online.
- Please note: Northern Stage is not able to offer ticket refunds. If you have any questions about your ticket order, please contact the box office before purchasing. Thank you!
Accessible Seats – Please note: If you would like accessible seating, please call the box office. We hold special seats to accommodate wheelchairs, walkers, canes, hearing, and sight challenges. We would love to speak with you before you book your seats to make sure you are comfortable!
Gift Certificates – Gift certificates are available in any amount by calling the Northern Stage Box Office. Gift certificates expire five years from date of issue.
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Stephen Brown-Fried
September 28 – October 23
Northern Stage opens our 20th Anniversary season with a bold and daring production of Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy Macbeth. Full of sound and fury, this modern production reflects our troubled times as it follows Lord and Lady Macbeth on their bloody path to the throne. Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy probes the deepest realms of human nature, finding dark truths that still resonate with our world. Gripping and intense, Macbeth remains one of the most dramatic plays ever written and is a fitting tribute to the Bard in the year 2016, the 400th anniversary of our greatest playwright’s death.
Running time: Approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes with one intermission.
Advisory: Ages 12 and up for violence and mature subject matter including modern warfare and the depiction of drug use.
Please note: Macbeth Contains Violence: Staged Gunshots & Loud Bombings, an Herbal Cigarette as well as Fog, Haze & Strobe Effects.
An optional 20-minute post-show conversation with the company follows Macbeth performances Oct. 4 – 22.
10 AM or 11 AM performances are student matinees, also available for public sale.
A Christmas Carol
by Charles Dickens
Adapted by Michael Wilson
Directed by Peter Hackett
November 16 – December 24
Charles Dickens’ story of redemption remains as powerful and uplifting as ever. In an updated production expanded for the new Byrne Theater, this biennial tradition will bring friends and families together with beautiful music, whirling ghosts, and a tour-de-force performance by Bill Kux (2016’s The Hound of the Baskervilles) as Scrooge. Also featuring Northern Stage favorites Dorothy Stanley, Eric Bunge, Susan Haefner, and a cast of 10 local children. This is a holiday tradition not to be missed!
Running time: Approximately 2 hours including one 15 minute intermission.
Advisory: Ages 8 and up.
Please note: This production contains fog, haze, and strobe effects.
11 AM performances are student matinees, also available for public sale.
Trick or Treat
A World Premiere
by Jack Neary
Directed by Carol Dunne
January 18 – February 5
Originally workshopped in Northern Stage’s New Works Now, Neary’s new play reveals a family in crisis on a Halloween night. Reeling from the effects of Alzheimer’s on his wife, a distraught husband tries to keep his family together despite confrontation, a relentlessly nosy neighbor, and a family secret that is revealed over the course of the play. This World Premiere is a roller-coaster ride starring NYPD Blue’s Gordon Clapp.
Advisory: Ages 14 and up for subject matter and strong language.
An optional 20-minute post show conversation with the company follows Trick or Treat performances January 24 – February 4
Last of the Red Hot Lovers
By Neil Simon
Directed by Maggie Burrows
February 15 – March 5
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Neil Simon’s charming comedy follows long-married Barney Cashman, a forty-seven-year-old seafood restaurant owner, as he tries to have one passionate tryst before opportunity passes him by. His attempts to become God’s gift to women offer a hilarious look at a fine fellow who just can’t seem to succeed in sinning.
Running time: 2 hours and 15 minutes with one intermission.
Advisory: Ages 12 and up for subject matter.
Please note: This production contains smoke from herbal cigarettes.
Optional 20-minute post-show conversations will occur on these evening performances:
Celebrity Saturday (Feb. 25) as well as Feb. 26 and March 2.
by George Brant
Directed by Derek Goldman
March 15 – April 2
“It’s a pilot’s worst nightmare,” huffs our nameless protagonist when she’s grounded by the Air Force. After years soaring through Iraqi skies in an F-16, an unplanned pregnancy triggers a mandatory reassignment to Creech Air Force Base just outside Las Vegas. Her new mission: piloting drones in the same skies she has been forced to abandon. But there’s something very different about this new way of flying and killing. A fiercely relevant and compelling one woman show, Grounded explores the consequences, both moral and psychological, of America’s transition to drone warfare.
Running time: 1 hour 25 minutes with no intermission.
Advisory: Ages 15 and up for subject matter.
The 10 AM performance is a student matinee, also available for public sale.
Music and Lyrics by Benny Andersson & Bjorn Ulvaeus
and some songs with Stig Anderson
Book by Catherine Johnson
Directed by Carol Dunne
April 19 – May 21
The musical sensation Mamma Mia! takes the music of ABBA and weaves it into a sunny tale that has delighted over 50 million people worldwide. Shortly before her wedding, a young woman swipes her mother’s diary in the hopes of finding the name of her father. When she discovers three possible candidates, she decides to invite them all. Thus begins a joyous adventure filled with wild twists, wacky characters, and the timeless tunes of ABBA. Featuring hits “Dancing Queen,” “Take A Chance on Me,” “Knowing Me, Knowing You,” and many more, you’re guaranteed to leave singing at the top of your lungs!
Running time: TBD.
Advisory: Ages 10 and up for subject matter.
Box Office: 802.296.7000