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***Corona Virus Update***

 

Dear Patrons,

 

It is with more than a heavy heart, that we are going to postpone our 2020 season until further notice.

We will continue to keep you updated here as the restrictions on the PA shutdown are lifted, but until we enter the Green phase, we will be unable to rehearse or produce and shows.

If you are a season ticket holder, rest assured, we will honor your full season ticket for all 6 shows once we are able to resume productions.

 

 We will take the time to continue to clean and disinfect the theater and will be following all CDC guidelines and will make changes as information becomes available.

 

 Please check back with us for further updates.

 

We will do everything we can to make sure our productions for this year are seen, even if it means kicking them into 2021.

 

In the meantime, please keep safe and hopefully, we will all be together again soon

 

Sincerely,

 

David W. Mitchell, Larry Lewis, KC McCloskey, J.D. Mizikowski, Chris Bucci

March 20 - April 5

Julian Mitchell's

Another Country

Directed by J.D. Mizikowski

Warning: This show contains adult themes, mature situations, and some adult language that some may find uncomfortable.

It is recommended only for mature audiences.

 

March 20 - April 5

Julian Mitchell's

Another Country

Directed by J.D. Mizikowski

 

starring
Logan Kearney * Roland Robbinson * Mikhail Ferreira * Giovanni Ciminella * Eli Coppock

Teddy Buchanan * Andrew Heidt * Stephen Salchli * Ben Robson * Isaac Rutter

 

 

​Another Country is loosely based on the life of the real-life spy Guy Burgess.

 

Set in an English public school in the early 1930's, where future leaders are being \prepared for their roles in the ruling class. Guy is coming to terms with his sexuality and Tommy is a committed Marxist.

 

As outsiders, Tommy wants to abolish the whole system of British life; Guy wants a successful career within it.

 

Upon the discovery that a pupil has hanged himself, the senior boys try to keep the scandal away from

both the parents and the outside world.

 

Bennett pretends nonchalance but is deeply troubled by the suicide,

while Judd believes the death is a symptom of the school's oppressive regime.

 

"Subtle and absorbing." - London Daily Mail.

 

"A genuinely exciting political play. His acerbic wit finds a perfect match in the precocious self importance of his subjects." - Time Out.

**Produced Through Special Arrangement with Samuel French Library, Inc.  New York, NY

Friday & Saturday at 7:30 PM

 

March 20, 21, 27, 28 April 3, 4

 

​​​Sunday at 3:00 PM

 

March 22, 29, April 5

Adults $15.00     Students & Seniors $12.00   Children (6-11) $5.00

$1 of every admission benefits Community Shelter Services and Erie's homeless,

providing, hope, help, and shelter since 1975.

**Produced through special arrangement with Samuel French Library, Inc. New York, NY.

Performance Times:

(See schedule for dates)

 

Fridays & Saturdays 7:30 PM

Sundays  at 3 PM

 

Doors open 30 minutes to showtime.

Cash, Credit Card, Apple Pay, & Android Pay

accepted at the door, or purchase online and guarantee your seat!

2020 Ticket Prices:

 

Adults                $15           

Seniors (55+)     $12

Students            $12

Children (6-11)  $  5

 

ADDRESS

 

652 West 17th Street (17th & Poplar Street)

Erie, Pa 16502

 

814-450-8553 or 814-449-6554

 

Email:   Director@allanact.net

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