Our Town 

by Thornton Wilder

Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Our Town has been captivating and inspiring audiences for nearly a century. By deliberately chipping away at traditional theatrical devices, this play presents a humorous, touching, and intimate look at American small town life as the Gibbs and the Webb families discover, over time, they are connected in ways they never thought were possible. Through this fresh and engaging interpretation of the text, Our Town once again reminds us that nothing is quite as precious as the present moment.

 

Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. 
Sundays at 2:30 p.m.
Doors and bar open one hour prior to performance.
Tickets can be purchased online or by calling the box office at (717) 238-4111.


Click HERE to read the article about the production in this month's issue of the BURG.

Article by Meghan Jones


Adopt A Character

Make a donation and celebrate with us on opening night!

Stage Manager
 David Ramon Zayas

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$100 - Receive a personalized letter from the character and 2 tickets to Opening Night
(or the performance of your choice) plus the post-show Meet the Cast & Crew Reception.

Emily Webb
Gabriela DeCarli

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$75 - Receive a personalized letter from the character and 1 ticket to Opening Night (or the performance of your choice) plus the post-show Meet the Cast & Crew Reception.

George Gibbs
Zane Garcia

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$75 - Receive a personalized letter from the character and 1 ticket to Opening Night (or the performance of your choice) plus the post-show Meet the Cast & Crew Reception.


WRITE-IN ADOPT A CHARACTER

Support any of our characters at any amount.  All donations of $50 or more receive a personalized
letter from the character and 1 ticket to Opening Night (or the performance of your choice)
plus the post-show Meet the Cast & Crew Reception.


Wally Webb/Professor Willard/Constable Warren/
Baseball Player
- Joseph Lavender

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Mr. Webb – Michael James Kacey

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Dr. Gibbs – Clark Nicholson

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Howie Newsome/Lady in Box/ Mrs. Soames/
Joe Stoddard – Tara Herweg-Mann

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Rebecca Gibbs/Woman in Balcony/Simon Stimson/ Baseball Player – Evelyn Adams

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Mrs. Webb – Kelli Kauterman

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Mrs. Gibbs – Lisa Leone Dickerson

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Joe Crowell/Man in Auditorium/Si Crowell/
Baseball Player/Sam Craig
– Ross Carmichael

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OPENING NIGHT
MEET THE CAST & CREW RECEPTION
Saturday, February 10, 2018

Opening Night is a big deal here at Gamut Theatre, and we like to do it up!  

Enjoy live music and drinks in the Capital BlueCross Lobby prior to the performance, then join us following the show to mix and mingle with the Director, Cast, and Crew.  Enjoy delicious food and complimentary beer and wine from
Gamut's bar, Peggy’s Pub.  Cash bar for mixed drinks.

Tickets for Show + Reception:
$80/couple, $45/single


OUR TOWN
SPECIAL EVENTS

Arc of Dauphin County 44th Annual Art Exibition "OUR ART, OUR VOICE" - The Arc of Dauphin County, the legacy organization that in January will celebrate 65 years of working with area citizens who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, is launching its 44th annual exhibition of art created by people with Special Needs.

"This year, we are doing something different.  Our exhibition travels to numerous locations throughout the MidState," said Ken Seeger, Director of Consumer Programs.  "Our staff has labored for months as this show is intensive...and the jury worked long into the night narrowing down to 20 award winners in three age categories," he added.

See the exhibition and celebrate expression.  Viewers can also vote in a People's Choice award, both in person with a paper ballot, or via social media, using Facebook or Twitter.

"Our artists with Special Needs range in age from six to over 70 years!  Can you imagine how significant it is to them to find out that work they have created is being displayed in the Pennsylvania Capitol Building, Harrisburg International Airport, and many other locations throughout the region?  Even the Susquehanna Art Museum!  This exhibition encourages communication, openness, and expressions on many levels," said Craig George, CEO of The Arc.

The jury for the show included Alice Anne Schwab and Lauren Nye from the Susquehanna Art Museum, well-known local artists Marie Gamon, Marcie Otterson and Lindsey Christy as well as art lover and collector Caterina Veccia. Speaking to the jury, artist Marie Gamon said, "Our judging was an inspiring time and thought provoking as we studied the lovely art... the pieces of art spoke and the thoughts and feelings of the artists broke through the colors and shapes, indeed their voices were heard and appreciated... above all I want to encourage the people to continue to think, explore, and create!!"

DINNER AND A SHOW!
Have dinner before or after the show at Cafe 1500 or The Vegetable Hunter  and get a 20% off your total food purchase with proof of attendance.  Not to be combined with any other offers.  Good for February 2018 only with Our Town proof of purchase (ticket stub, printout of ticket, or electronic ticket on smart phone.)  Does not apply to Bring Your Own Price tickets.

3rd in the Burg - Friday, February. 16 - Buy One Ticket, Get One Free!

BYOP - Gamut’s signature Sunday is Bring Your Own Price, where any size donation buys your ticket

Discussions - Every Sunday will feature a post-show discussion with the Director and cast.
Peggy’s Pub is open after the show every Friday/Saturday for discussions with select cast members