UPCOMING EVENTS & TICKETS
*Seraphim Theatre uses the New York based company, ON THE STAGE for all our online ticket sales. Just click the "Buy Tickets!" button in the desired show to be redircted to our online site. No cash back on any Credit or Debit Card purchases.
*Tickets can also be bought in person for all our Main Stage shows at "Pure Bean" coffee shop in The Creamery building downtown or at the Seraphim Box Office on the day of the show.
*Please double check dates and time listings of these events to make sure tickets are available! Seraphim Theatre Box Office will open 1 hour before showtimes to sell any remaining tickets.
"The Brothers Grimm SPECTACULATHON!"
~A "Second Star Performers" Production~
Nov. 22nd @ 7pm
Nov. 23rd @ 2pm & 7pm
*Tickets for this show are sold at the door only. Box office will open 30 minutes before curtain.
The fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm are turned on their heads in this fast-paced, rollicking ride as two narrators and several actors attempt to combine all 209 stories ranging from classics like Snow White, Cinderella, and Hansel and Gretel to more bizarre, obscure stories like The Devil's Grandmother and The Girl Without Hands. A wild, free-form comedy with lots of audience participation and madcap fun.
"A Christmas Carol"
By Charles Dickens
Adapted by Stephen D. Farruggia
Dec. 12th, 13th, 14th, 16th, @7:30pm
Matinee: Sunday, Dec. 15th @ 2pm
Tickets: $15 Adults/ $10 Kids under 10
*Tickets can be bought online or in person at "Pure Bean" coffee shop or Seraphim Theatre Box Office 1 hour prior to show time.
This Seraphim Theatre tradition brings you this classic Christmas tale by Charles Dickens to life. This theatrical adaptation is pulled directly from Dickens’ book with very little added.
On the eve of Christmas, Ebenezer Scrooge finds himself given one last chance at redemption from a life filled with regrets and a closed heart. The dramatic journey through his painful life brings Scrooge face to face with the truth of himself and moments he would rather forget. Ebenezer Scrooge is shown that in the end, he is held accountable for his actions, and more so for precious moments in life he allowed to slip away.
This production brings the story back to its original source material. It dramatically emphasizes not only the true meaning of the season, but also the profound importance of a life rich in love, compassion and hope.