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Stage 212 promises laughs with a kiss of music

Season tickets on sale now for 2020

Directors of plays in the 2020 season at Stage 212, La Salle include (from left) Reid Tomasson, Bill Crane, Phil Grant, Neal Phelps and Zoe Peshel.
Directors of plays in the 2020 season at Stage 212, La Salle include (from left) Reid Tomasson, Bill Crane, Phil Grant, Neal Phelps and Zoe Peshel.

Tickets for Stage 212’s 2020 plays are now on sale, and there’s a show for all seasons.

Winter takes the sisters to Las Vegas for Dan Goggin’s “Nunsensations!: The Nunsense Vegas Revue,” the most feather-filled, sequin-studded, fan dancing Nunsense show ever, directed by Bill Crane.

Spring brings thoughts of fishing…for big laughs, when the Southern-fried Jones, Hope, Wooten comedy “Farce of Nature” takes the stage, directed by Zo Peshel.

In summer, the Tony Award-winning Cole Porter musical “Kiss Me, Kate,” directed by Reid Tomasson, will be too darn hot to miss.

Fall brings a trip to Oklahoma to spend some time with the dysfunctional Weston family in Tracy Letts’ Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning dark comedy “August, Osage County,” directed by Phil Grant & Neal Phelps.

Ticket deals

Season tickets are $60, a nearly 15% savings over buying individual tickets.

Season ticket holders are able to reserve individual seats before tickets go on sale to the general public.

“Angels” start at $160. For the extra donation, an Angel receives two season subscriptions, has top priority when ordering tickets for any of the season’s shows and is acknowledged in each show program as a supporter of Stage 212.

Tickets may be purchased by calling the Stage 212 box office at (815) 224-3025, by emailing stage212@att.net or by visiting www.stage212.org.

All are welcome at 212

Stage 212 is the Starved Rock area’s community theater and has presented over 200 productions since 1968.

Persons with an interest in theatre, with or without previous experience, are encouraged to become involved in its projects.

Volunteers are always welcome for stage, set, and house crews.

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