Students from throughout the region have the opportunity to come to Gulfshore Playhouse to see world-class professional theatre and talk with the actors and directors about the meaning and theme of the plays.
Passed down from the campfires of Ancient Greece comes a fresh retelling of Homer’s soaring epic. Featuring a virtuosic one-man performance, one embattled storyteller grapples with The Iliad’s timeless tale of the horrors and heroism of war. With intimacy and immediacy, this strikingly theatrical experience will shine a light on how Homer’s poem rings true today.
Tickets must be booked by October 9th, 2018.**
Contains adult language.
Comedy tonight! Broadway’s greatest musical farce takes us back to Ancient Rome for a unique and unforgettable production featuring a gender-bent ensemble. Pseudolus, a devious slave, makes a deal to win his freedom by playing matchmaker for his lovesick master, Hero. Rife with pompous generals, domineering parents, and wiley courtesans, this hilarious Tony-winning musical is a non-stop laugh-fest with “something for everyone!”
Tickets must be booked by November 13th.**
Contains adult situations.
Liberté, égalité… sororité. In the chaos of the French Revolution, anything can happen — especially laughter. Against the backdrop of France’s Reign of Terror, former queen Marie Antoinette, assassin Charlotte Corday, playwright Olympe de Gouges, and spy Marianne Angelle form an unlikely alliance. Written by the most popular playwright in America, this explosive comedy puts a modern twist on history as these women fight for equality and freedom and leave an indelible mark on history in their wake.
Tickets must be booked by December 15th.**
Contains adult language and adult situations.
It’s been three years since Sherlock Holmes plunged to his death off Reichenbach Falls…or so the world believed. When Dr. John Watson receives a mysterious telegram from a doctor who states that three men claiming to be Sherlock Holmes are in his care, it is up to Watson, now filled with hope his companion may yet live, to determine which of these three might be the real Sherlock Holmes. As Watson investigates the mystery, a web of intrigue, murder, and suspense begins to unravel which may reveal the truth of Sherlock Holmes’ fate.
Tickets must be booked by March 16th.**
Tickets are $12* per student. Groups are entitled to one complimentary chaperone ticket per 10 students (additional chaperones will be charged).
To reserve tickets for your group, please contact:
Alyson McCoy, General Manager
239-261-7529 x201 or email@example.com
*Tickets are $10 per student plus $2 convenience fee.
**Gulfshore Playhouse reserves the right to cancel this performance if there are not a sufficient number of reservations. If the performance is canceled, schools will be notified no less than two (2) weeks before the performance and given the option of either a full refund or a transfer to another performance.