- One or two tickets to Company
- When: select dates, January 30–February 8
- Where: Theatre at Grand Valley
- Seating: general admission
- Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
- Full offer values includes ticketing fees
- $8 for one ticket (up to $14 value)
- $14 for two tickets (up to $28 value)
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn’t reflect student, senior, or military discounts.
Although Robert has many friends, he’s the only one of the gang who’s not married. So during various gatherings, including his 35th birthday party and several trips to a nightclub, the five couples take turns encouraging him to settle down, even as they all struggle with the complications of a lifelong commitment to a single person. Making things even more complicated are Robert’s three girlfriends, each of whom bring different characteristics to the relationship that Robert can’t seem to find in just one woman.
Stephen Sondheim’s production broke new ground in several ways when it premiered back in 1970—it tackled adult subject matter rarely seen in the world of Broadway musicals, and it forwent a linear narrative in favor of vignettes that revolved around a single character. This unconventional approach paid off: the musical went on to win six Tony Awards and helped cement several songs in the Broadway canon, including “Getting Married Today,” “Being Alive,” and “The Ladies Who Lunch.”
Theatre at Grand Valley
The official theater of Grand Valley State University takes drama seriously. With a small student-to-faculty ratio and instructors who necessitate hands-on experience, the learning troupe produces plays that range from Urinetown: The Musical to Shakespearean tragedies. And the company's love for theatre in all its forms spills beyond the stage, too, with the Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival every fall celebrating Shakespearean values such as maintaining professionalism and a waxed goatee. The results of this immersion speak for themselves: alumni have gone on to work at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, stage manage MGM Grand in Las Vegas, appear in a BMW commercial, and write a book about improvising.