Season Performance Days & Times

Wednesdays: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Thursdays 7 p.m.

Fridays: 8 p.m.

Saturdays: 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Sundays: 2 p.m.

The Price

By Arthur Miller
Directed By Bari Newport (based on the vision of Joseph Adler)

November 12 through December 12

“The Price” was the final play directed by legendary artistic director Joseph Adler before his passing, now new Producing Artistic Director Bari Newport picks up where he left off, using Joe’s notes to bring to life his vision of this classic.

One son abandoned his dreams to support his father. The other didn’t. Thirty years later, they reunite to sell their late father’s belongings and are forced to examine their decisions – and the price they had to pay. Starring GableStage acting company members Patti Gardner, Michael McKenzie, George Schiavone and Gregg Weiner.


“Flamboyantly theatrical!” –The New York Times

Joe Papp At The Ballroom

Adapted by Avi Hoffman, Susan Papp-Lippman and Eleanor Reissa. Starring Avi Hoffman.
Directed By Tony nominee Eleanor Reissa

December 17 through December 31

Join GableStage this holiday season for a limited engagement production directed by Tony nominee Eleanor Reissa. The World Premiere production is in honor of Joseph Papp who would have been 100 years old this year. 

Joseph Papp, the greatest American theatre icon of the 20th century gave only one series of public concerts in 1978 at The Ballroom in NYC. In this theatrical event, he recounts his Brooklyn Yiddish upbringing, his political struggles and his reconceiving of the creative process.

This production is presented by GableStage in alliance with YI Love Jewish. 


“The single most creative and controversial figure in American theater.” – Newsweek

The White Card

By Claudia Rankine
Directed by Lydia Fort

January 14 through February 13

“I write to provoke dialogue and to transform how we think about what it means to live and breathe in the world,” Claudia Rankine. A Florida Premiere.

Award-winning poet Claudia Rankine’s first published play, The White Card, poses the essential question: Can American society progress if whiteness remains invisible? Composed of two scenes, The White Card is a moving and revelatory distillation of racial divisions as experienced in the white spaces of the living room, the art gallery, the theater, and the imagination itself. Director Lydia Fort directs what the Boston Globe calls, “a bracing experience that leaves you with plenty to think about!”


“A bracing experience that leaves you with plenty to think about.” — The Boston Globe

Me Before You

Book By Janece Shaffer
Music By Kristian Bush
Lyrics By Kristian Bush and Janece Shaffer

February 25 through March 27

With a book by Atlanta-based playwright Janece Shaffer, “Me Before You” is a World Premiere featuring music by Grammy Award Winner Kristian Bush of the country-rock duo band Suglarland. This new musical explores how the politics of a nation can impact the politics of a marriage.

Me Before You presents Roz and Raye, a couple who have survived 20 years of marriage and can’t believe they still like each other. But the inescapable shock waves of the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh hearing have hit them hard and suddenly the two are asking questions of each other they never have before.


By Jessica Provenz
Directed By Barrington Stage Artistic Director Julianne Boyd

April 22 through May 22

A Florida Premiere guaranteeing laughs and coming straight to us from a sold-out run at Barrington Stage Company in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

Celebrate our very own Sunshine State by traveling north to Boca Raton, where the lawns and residents are perfectly maintained. Directed by Barrington Stage Artistic Director Julianne Boyd,  this not-to-be-missed comedy follows a group of retirees who – between golf, bridge and Botox – can be found bickering, gossiping and living it up like they’re teenagers again.


By Tanya Saracho
Directed By Teo Castellanos

June 3 Through July 3

Our very special 2021-2022 GableStage subscription season concludes with ​Fade.

Lucia is understandably nervous. It’s day one at her first TV writing job. As a Hispanic novelist, she may actually be the “diversity hire” she’s heard whispers about. Uncertain whether she can make a place for herself in cutthroat Hollywood, she feels less alone when she meets Abel, the Latino janitor. They form a bond and share stories, but it turns out that their friendship is not what Abel expects in this witty dramatic comedy about class, integrity, and culture.


“Saracho’s writing is so sharp, full lives take shape with an economy of words […] a powerful piece with a fresh voice and a bright future.” — Denver Post Denver Post


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