Tickets

 

The 34th Annual William Inge Theatre Festival

 

 April 17-19, 2015

 

Tickets Available beginning March 1, 2015

 

The William Inge Center for the Arts is a proud participant in the Blue Star Theatres program for  Military Personnel. Click to learn more about the Blue Star Theatres program.

 

DISCOUNT PACKAGES

Director's Package -  ($240.00 Save $60) Includes the Following: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Daytime Workshops, The Country House, Lunar Eclipse, New Voices Reading: ________, Gala Dinner, Picnic at Riverside Park, Tour of Inge's Independence, Scenes at the Inge House, 34th Annual Festival Tribute, Donald Margulies: In Dreams Begin Responsibilities, and Souvenir Program Book.

 (PLEASE NOTE: Director's Package must be reserved by April 1st to include the Gala Dinner event.)

 

 

Night-Owl - ($115.00 - Save $20) Includes the Following: The Country House, Lunar Eclipse, Gala Dinner, 34th Annual Festival Tribute Donald Margulies: In Dreams Begin Responsibilities, and Souvenir Program Book.

 

(PLEASE NOTE: Night-Owl must be reserved by April 1st to include the Gala Dinner event.)

 (Day Time Workshops, Picnic Lunch, New Voices Reading, Tour of Inge's Independence, Scenes at the Inge House all sold separately)

 

3-Day Pass - ($120.00 - Save $20) - All Daytime workshops and New Voices Reading. 

(Meals, Tour of Inge's Independence, Scenes at the Inge House, evening events and Souvenir Program Book sold separately)

 

 

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

Souvenir Program $5

Friday, April 17 - Your guide to the 34th Annual William Inge Theatre Festival.  The Who, What, Where and When of what's happening.

 

 

One Day Pass $40

Friday, April 17 - Daytime Pass – All Daytime Workshops 9:30am – 5:00pm

(Does not Include Inge’s Independence, Scenes at the Inge House)

OR 

Saturday, April 18 - Daytime Pass – All Daytime Workshops 9:30am – 5:00pm

(Does not Include New Voices Reading, Inge’s Independence, Scenes at the Inge House)

OR

Sunday, April 20 - Daytime Pass 11:00am - 5:00pm – Includes Conversation with Playwright, Picnic in the Park, Inge’s Independence, Scenes at the Inge House

  

 

Inge’s Independence $5 – Guided van tour of Inge’s historic hometown.  Commentary provided by Inge history specialists.

Friday, April 17 – 2:00pm or 3:30pm

Saturday, April 18 - 2:00pm or 3:30pm

Sunday, April 20 - 2:00pm or 3:30pm

 

 

Scenes at the Inge House $5 – A selection of scenes from Inge plays performed in the locations that inspired them.

Friday, April 17 – 12:30pm

Sunday, April 20 – 12:30pm

 

 

The Country House by Donald Margulies $25 – Concert reading of the latest play by Inge Festival Honoree, Donald Margulies, featuring special guest performers.  Performance will be followed by a discussion.

Friday, April 17 – 7:30pm

 

 

 

The Lunar Eclipse – Booth Hotel Lower Level $20 – Kick off the Inge Fest in this Coney Island-themed party, a tribute to Luna Park and Donald Margulies’ boyhood home.  Dance the night away with our guest artists and honorees.  Featuring special entertainment and musical guests.

Friday, April 17 – 10:00pm – 12:00am

 

 

New Voices Reading $20 - ________________________ Concert reading of a new play by Otis Guernesey New Voices Award Winner, ____________ featuring guest artists.  Award ceremony and play discussion following performance.

Saturday, April 18 – 2:00pm – 5:00pm

 

 

Gala Dinner $50 – Celebrating Donald Margulies, featuring live musical entertainment.  Includes presentation of the Jerome Lawrence Award to Shirley Knight. 

(PLEASE NOTE: Limited Seating - Must be reserved by April 1st)

 Saturday, April 18 – 6:00pm

 

 

 

 

Picnic in the Park $15 – A picnic lunch with honorees and guest artists at the Beautiful Riverside Park pavilion in Independence.

Sunday, April 19 – 12:30pm

 

 

 

34th Festival Tribute  $35Donald Margulies: In Dreams Begin Responsibilities – A multimedia presentation featuring live scenes, video interviews with Margulies and his original collaborators, and guest performers from Broadway to Hollywood.  Created by Karen Carpenter, Script by Susan Cinoman.

Sunday, April 19 – 6:30pm