- $51.65–$58.65 for seating in orchestra center rows S–T, orchestra side rows P–T, mezzanine center rows E–H, and mezzanine side rows D–F (up to $110 value)
- $62.65–$68.65 for seating in orchestra center rows AAA–R, orchestra sides AAA–O, mezzanine rows AA–B, mezzanine center rows C–D, and mezzanine side row C (up to $130 value)
- 8 p.m. on February 16–19, and 23–26
- 2 p.m. on February 21
Impossible things are happening in Bella Manningham’s house. Her husband is out of town on business—he seems to be leaving more and more frequently these days—but though she’s all alone, the gaslights are dimming of their own accord and the floorboards are creaking without any feet treading them. Coupled with the fact that her mother was dramatically afflicted with mental illness late in life, these facts lead Bella to stop trusting her own senses. But when a retired detective stops by unexpectedly and begins to make discoveries of his own, Bella learns the truth, which may be even more frightening than her mental state.
Written for—and at home on—the stage, Gaslight also made its way to the silver screen in 1944, starring Ingrid Bergman as Bella. This time around, Northern Irish actress Flora Montgomery embodies Bella, while Game of Thrones actors Owen Teale and Ian McElhinney round out the cast of main characters. Set in Victorian England, the classic play “still packs a punch,” declares Lynn Slotkin of The Slotkin Letter. The reason: its riveting psychological storyline with a title that’s made its way into the cultural lexicon.