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Season Tickets for our 85th Season are available now!

Call 775-813-8900 or email BoxOffice@renolittletheater.org to reserve your passes today!

FLEX PASS PRICING
You choose which performances & seats you want!

Adult: $135
Senior(60+)/Military: $115
Student: $85

PRO RATED FLEX PASS PRICING (5 shows)
You choose which performances & seats you want!

Adult: $122.50
Senior(60+)/Military: $95.83
Student: $70.83

4-SHOW PASS PRICING
Can be used on any 4 Mainstage productions!

Adult: $90
Senior(60+)/Military: $75
Student: $50

**Flex passes can only be one redeemed once per show. One pass cannot be used to purchase multiple tickets to one performance.**

 PLEASE BE ADVISED: SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR THE 85th SEASON. 

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ABOUT THE SEASON-

Harvey – Written by Mary Chase
October 4-20, 2019
This Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy is the story of Elwood P. Dowd, a friendly man with a very strange best friend—a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch invisible rabbit named Harvey. Elwood’s sister tries to have him committed at the sanatorium but Elwood and Harvey have other plans.
The HumansWritten by Stephen Karam
November 15 – December 1, 2019
This 2016 Tony award-winning drama for Best Play tells the story of the Blake family’s  Thanksgiving dinner where the heart and horrors of the fractured family are exposed. “[A] blisteringly funny, bruisingly sad and altogether wonderful play.” – The New York Times
Murder on the Orient Express Written by Agatha Christie – Adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig
January 24 – February 9, 2020
With a train full of suspects and an alibi for each one, it’s the perfect mystery for the world-famous detective Hercule Poirot, n’est-ce pas? Wax your mustache, hold on to your passport, and get ready for a suspenseful, thrilling ride aboard the legendary Orient Express!
The Imaginary InvalidWritten by Moliere  – Adapted by Milles Malleson
March 13 – March 29, 2020
All troubles, real & imaginary, are relieved by laughter in this farce. Zany as a Marx Brothers movie, a hypochondriac complains of a million imaginary ills and astronomical medical bills. He concocts a plan to wed his daughter to a doctor in hopes of receiving free medical care, but she has her eye on another.
The Quality of LifeWritten by Jane Anderson
June 5- June 21
Dinah and Bill are struggling to keep their lives intact after the loss of their daughter. Dinah is compelled to reconnect with her left-leaning cousins in Northern California, Jeanette & Neil, who’re going through their own trials, but they are found living in a yurt, celebrating life with hits of pot and glasses of good red wine. It can be a scary, heartbreaking thing to understand what your quality of life is, but well worth the journey.
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee– Book by Rachel Sheinkin – Music & Lyrics by William Finn
July 9 – August 2, 2020
An eclectic group of awkward teens – each eager to win the regional spelling bee for very different reasons- find joy, heartache, and purpose in this hilarious and quirky musical comedy about finding triumph in life’s little victories.
Arts & Economic Prosperity IV

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