- $19.50 for one general admission ticket to any show through June 17 (up to $39 value)
- Not valid for Saturday and Sunday performances of A Loss of Roses
- Not valid for Aston Rep or Haven Theatre Company productions
- The Old Friends (March 17–25): Sybil, Howard, Gertrude, Tom, Julia, and Albert are all very old friends. That means they’ve had a lot of time to develop complicated relationships. Jealousy over love, jealousy over money, and the roundabout niceties of mid-60s social mores threaten to tear this sextet apart, from the mind of playwright Horton Foote.
- A Loss of Roses (March 17–April 2): In this small, Depression-era Kansas town, a widow and her 21-year-old son kindly open their house to a stunning, down-on-her-luck actress, inviting trouble into their simple lives. This rarely performed William Inge play was called “a fine play that should never have slipped from sight” by the Washington Post.
- The House of Blue Leaves (April 20–June 17): It’s hard to write a hilarious stage comedy about blowing up the Pope, but that’s exactly what John Guare did in his 1966, Tony-winning farce The House of Blue Leaves. A beleaguered musician tries to rein in his would-be anarchist son, getting his wife, Bananas, and his mistress, Bunny, in trouble as well.