The Sharon Playhouse announces its shows for the 2023 season.
Tickets go on sale February 1st.

The arts and entertainment showcase in the Northwest Corner will continue its tradition of pairing extraordinary talent from Broadway and television with talented local actors from the Litchfield, Dutchess, Westchester, and Columbia county regions. Alert: Stay tuned for another new and exciting soon-to-be announcement from the Playhouse in the coming days! 

“We’re incredibly excited for our 2023 season lineup with two sought-after musicals, two thought-provoking plays, and four inspiring youth theatre productions. The Sharon Playhouse truly has something for everyone!” – Managing Director, Rod Christensen 

The 2023’s Summer/Fall lineup will include the playhouse premiere of the musical comedy Something Rotten by John O’Farrell, Karey and Wayne Kirkpatrick (June 23-July 9); the iconic musical classic Oliver! by Lionel Bart (August 4-14); the timeless tale Our Town by Thornton Wilder (July 10-26); the clever, Broadway hit, The Lifespan Of A Fact by Jeremy Kareken, David Murrell, and Gordon Farrell (Sept. 29-Oct. 15); and during the Summer, four undeniably fun youth theatre productions: Peter and the StarcatcherA Year With Frog and Toad, Kids, Disney’s Newsies JR., and Sharon Playhouse Stars.

And back by popular demand are the Playhouse’s innovative and provocative staged readings, which, like last season’s The Scarlet Letter by Kate Hamill with Gretchen Mol and Tim Blake, and Marie Antionette by David Adjmi with Lauren Ambrose, will be sure to engage and delight its audiences.

In addition to the mainstage productions, reading series, and youth theatre programming, the Playhouse plans to bring even more special events, cabarets, concerts, and community engagement to the town of Sharon and beyond – making this arts & cultural hub a year-round theater for all!

The Sharon Playhouse is a regional, non-profit theater producing high-quality performances with Broadway-caliber actors as well as talented local community members. Its mission is to entertain the community of Northwest Connecticut and beyond, while also serving as a teaching theater to encourage aspiring actors and other theatre artists of all ages to develop their craft.

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