West Palm Beach’s longest residing professional theatre, Palm Beach Dramaworks, will launch its 12th Anniversary season with Arthur Miller’s acclaimed play “All My Sons” on Saturday, November 12th (8PM) at their brand new Clematis Street theatre (201 Clematis Street). The season will continue with a distinguished roster of plays including “The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds” by Paul Zindel, “The Pitmen Painters” by Lee Hall, “Master Harold…and the boys” by Athol Fugard and “Proof” by David Auburn.
“It is with great enthusiasm that we announce the inaugural season of our new Clematis Street theatre. The larger venue affords us the opportunity to expand our artistic horizons, while staying true to our mission of presenting timeless classic and contemporary plays and Theater to Think About , ” stated Producing Artistic Director William Hayes. “All My Sons and The Pitmen Painters could not have been staged in our current small venue. All of the masterful works slated for next season, celebrate our humanity, with all the conflict and beauty intact.”
This move represents a huge step forward for both Palm Beach Drama Works, which will more than double in size, and the City of West Palm Beach, which will gain a regionally recognized theater company right in the heart of the Clematis Street district. Clematis Street, together with the new waterfront park, continues to blossom into a significant regional destination for entertainment.
The performance schedule is as follows: Evening performances are Wednesday through Saturday at 8PM; Sunday at 7PM; Matinee performances are on Saturday and Sunday at 2PM with select Wednesdays at 3PM.
Individual tickets are $55 for all performances. Student tickets are available for $10. Group rates for 20 or more, and discounted season subscriptions are also available.
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