- $63 for a season subscription for best-available seating ($126.50 value)
- Productions: Driving Miss Daisy (January 24–February 12), Jesus Christ Superstar (March 21–April 16), Witness for the Prosecution (May 9–28)
- Tuesdays—January 24, March 21, and May 9 at 7:30 p.m.
- Wednesdays—January 25, March 22, and May 10 at 7:30 p.m.
- Thursdays—February 2, March 30, and May 18, at 7:30 p.m.
- Saturdays—February 11, April 8, and May 27 at 8 p.m.
Driving Miss Daisy
Set in the South amid massive societal changes, Driving Miss Daisy tells the tale of a stubborn, elderly woman and her compassionate African-American chauffeur. Originally a play by Alfred Uhry, it won a Pulitzer Prize before making the leap to the silver screen and nabbing four Academy Awards, as well as a spot on the curriculum of nationwide drivers’-education classes. The script warms the heart as friendship softens the professional relationship between Miss Daisy and her driver, exploring timeless themes of tolerance and compassion.
Jesus Christ Superstar
Since Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Jesus Christ Superstar was released as a rock-opera concept album, it’s become one of Billboard’s biggest-selling records, a fully staged musical on Broadway and the West End, and a 1973 film. Shredding guitars and thunderous drums intertwine with traditional symphonic instrumentation as the cast portrays the Last Supper, Judas’s betrayal, and the trial before Pilate—all injected with subtle, modern-day twists.
Witness for the Prosecution
In this classic play by master of mystery Agatha Christie, Romaine Vole enacts a complicated plan to acquit her husband who’s been charged with murder. A hit upon its original 1953 London debut—especially due to its shocking final twist—Witness for the Prosecution has since been mounted countless times and adapted for film, TV, and stage in multiple languages—including a 1957 film starring Tyrone Power and Marlene Dietrich.
Bristol Riverside Theatre
Some might say that Bristol Riverside Theatre has a tendency to hog the spotlight in Bucks County: since its founding in 1986 it’s racked up more than 81 nominations for Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theater. In addition to its Mainstage productions, the theatre serves as a cultural hub for the community, with such programs as children's theatre, community concerts and exhibitions of local visual arts.